Ramsey Canyon is a narrow green gorge on the eastern slopes of the Huachuca Mountain near Sierra Vista, Arizona. It is just a stone's throw from Mexico.

It is known as "The Hummingbird Capital of the United States" because it has more varieties of hummingbirds than any other spot in the country.   People from all over the world visit Ramsey Canyon to experience its unique and abundant wildlife.  Black bear, javalina, coati mundi, mountain lion, ring-tailed cat, fox, raccoon, deer, wild turkey, elegant trogon  and many other species of wildlife have been sighted on the Arizona Folklore Preserve property.    The Nature Conservancy's Ramsey Canyon Preserve is located just up the road.

Ramsey Canyon has a long and varied history. Many "ghosts of past times" remain up and down the canyon.