Permanent exhibits include a large three-dimensional model of the Natural Area with topographical contours, trails, and campsites; an herbarium; a list of recently seen birds; several reptiles (including a Gila monster); and a children's’ table with books, crayons, and activities.
Three private back-country hike-in camping sites are available. The closest site is about 4 miles from the trailhead. Six people maximum per site. There is a two-night maximum stay in Sonoita Creek State Natural Area. No horses overnight. $12 per night. There are three tent pads and a steel fire ring at each site.