Latitude / Longitude:
32°25′39″N 110°29′35″W / 32.42750°N 110.49306°W / 32.42750
2,881 ft (878 m)
Mountain (NO DST) (UTC-7)
Redington is a populated place in Pima County, Arizona, United States. It is located on the banks of the San Pedro River, northeast of Tucson and about 54 km north-northwest of Benson. The area was previously known as Tres Alamos.
In the 1880s the rancher William H. Bayless moved his operation into the San Pedro Valley. Over the next several years he bought up homesteads, ranches and other land. Drought in the 1890s caused many settlers in the valley to leave and Bayless acquired their land to build the 200,000-acre Carlink Ranch. The townsite with its general store, post office and school were located within the ranch.