Plan your visit to Miracle Valley, Arizona

The rich spiritual history of Miracle Valley established by A. A. Allen in 1958, leads many to visit each year. Let us help you plan your trip!

*Important… Please respect that you’re visiting a small community of 650+ residents who live here to enjoy a quiet life. Do not trespass on private property. Note the historic training center (aka old Bible college) is temporarily under State ownership. The County have issued a strict ‘no visitors’ policy on the property at this time. Do not take the input of anyone telling you they are allowed to grant you access. There is plenty to see currently and once we’ve acquired the land we look forward to making it open to the public once again!

Miracle Valley:

Training Center:

  • What: A. A. Allen’s historic ‘Miracle Revival Training Center’ (in recent years known as the Bible college).
  • Where: Highway 92 and S Bethlehem Way is the side entrance at Miracle Valley Loop.
  • Ownership: Temporarily owned by Arizona State.
  • Visiting: No visitors allowed until in new ownership. Enjoy the view at a distance and respect the laws.

Cemetary:

  • What: Started to remember the life of A. A. Allen, who is buried with his wife Lexie Allen at the heart of the cemetary. Many original ministry associates of Allen’s are buried here.
  • Where: From Highway 92, enter S Bethlehem Way. The road eventually veers to the right and then opens into the cemetary parking area.
  • Ownership: Owned and managed by Melvin Harter.
  • Visiting: Publicly open during daylight hours. If locked, ask the neighbors just North for access.

Allen House:

  • What: A. A. Allen’s custom built Mid-Century Modern home was built in the Miracle Valley Estates.
  • Where: Enter S Deliverance Way off Highway 92, drive north. The house is surrounded by tall hedges on the corner of E Joy Ave.
  • Ownership: Privately owned.
  • Visiting: Please be respectful, enjoy knowing you spotted the house as you drive by.

Oasis Property:

  • What: We own land in the heart of the Miracle Valley Estate which we’ve got exciting plans for!
  • Where: Enter S Deliverance Way off Highway 92, drive north. The property is just North of A. A. Allen’s home, on the corner of S Deliverance Way and E Kedron Drive.
  • Ownership: Miracle Valley Oasis Center
  • Visiting: Please enjoy a beautiful drive by and refrain from entering the property until it is open the the public.

Big Well:

  • What: This historic well was dug after A. A. Allen was given a word from God about how to find water in Miracle Valley. It reportedly could service a small city!
  • Where: Contrary to local tales, this well is not located on the Training Center property. It’s land locked behind a property on S Bethlehem Way off Highway 92.
  • Ownership: Privately owned.
  • Visiting: Not available for viewing, but we get the question, so now you know!

Greater area:

If you’d like to take in the sites in the region, check out these popular places. 

Places To Visit:

  • Old Town Bisbee
  • Fort Huachuca Museum (closed Sun/Mon)
  • Bisbee Mine Tour (8:30-5 daily)
  • Copper Mines Viewing Point
  • Coronado Monument & Visitors Center
  • Tombstone
  • Kartchner Caverns
  • Fairbanks (deserted town)
  • Whitewater Draw Wildlife Area (1hr away)

Places to eat:

Coffee:

  • Sierra Vista: Dutch Brothers (drive through)
  • Sierra Vista: Urbana’s (sit down)
  • Bisbee: Starbucks (inside Safeway)

Breakfast:

  • Sierra Vista: Denny’s
  • Old Town Bisbee: The Breakfast Club

Drive-Through:

  • Sierra Vista: Culvers (American)

Lunch / Dinner:

  • Hereford: Bright Spot (American)
  • Hereford: La Sierra Grill Steak House (Mexican)
  • Hereford: Pizzeria Mimosa (Italian)
  • Bisbee: Los Tacos Restaurant (Mexican)
  • Sierra Vista: Taco Giro (Mexican)
  • Sierra Vista: Olive Garden (Italian)
  • Sierra Vista: Texas Roadhouse (American)
  • Sierra Vista: Manda Le’ Bar & Grill (International)
  • Sierra Vista: The German Cafe (German)
  • Sierra Vista: Pit Stop Gourmet (American)
  • Old Town Bisbee: Bisbee’s Table (American)
  • Old Town Bisbee: Contessa’s Cantina (Mexican)

Overnight booking:

If you plan to stay in the region overnight, we recommend booking somewhere in Sierra Vista. It’s got plenty of restaurants, amenities and easy access to Miracle Valley!

Sierra Vista Hotels:

  • Sierra Suites Boutique Hotel
  • Comfort Inn & Suites  
  • Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott 
  • Holiday Inn Express 
  • Candlewood Suites

Booking Sites:

  • Airbnb.com
  • Vrbo.com
  • Hotels.com
  • Expedia.com
  • LionLamb.com

Things to note

  • The historic training center (aka old Bible college) is temporarily under State ownership. The County have issued a strict ‘no visitors’ policy on the property at this time. Do not take the input of anyone telling you they are allowed to grant you access.
  • Miracle Valley has a Dollar General and a gas station available during daytime hours. Most other comforts are at least 20-25 minutes away.
  • Arrive to Miracle Valley with plenty of gas in the tank, snacks to keep you fueled, appropriate clothing for the dusty desert and more water than you think you’ll need.
  • The wind can be quite high at times, bring a hat.
  • The altitude in Miracle Valley is 4,357ft. It’s a fast incline if driving from somewhere north like Phoenix (which is 1,086ft). If you suffer from altitude sickness come prepared.
  • If you’ve got extra time, you can drive around town and see the street signs for “Joy Ave”, “Deliverance Way”, “Healing Way” and more!
  • Be respectful of the residents who enjoy their quiet home life.
  • Take plenty of photos of your trip and share them with us, we want to hear about your visit!

*We are not associated with the above mentioned organizations unless expressly stated. We provide this information to assist you in making decisions at your own risk and enjoyment.

Miracle Valley Oasis Center