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Old 04-22-2012, 09:36 PM   #1
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Wink Tombstone Arizona

Here I am in Tombstone Arizona. Coach is parked at Wells Fargo RV park. I can walk everywhere in town. Suprised to be reading other posts from back home complaining about the rain, sure would be nice to have some here, this place is so dry. Not crowded at all, easy trip from I-10 south. Has anyone else been here? Have any suggestions on what to see or do while Im here?
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Old 04-22-2012, 10:00 PM   #2
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Go downstairs at Big Nose Kates.
Have a drink at the bar at the Crystal Palace.
Visit Boot Hill Cemetery.
Ride the stagecoach, the driver is very informative.
See the worlds largest Rose Tree.
Drive to Bisbee, excellent day trip. (25 miles)

Stop in at the Chamber of Commerce.


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Old 04-22-2012, 10:50 PM   #3
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Go see the gunfight at the OK Corral.
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visit thd brothel at the end of main street about 2 AM for all of the ghostly entertainment!!
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Old 04-23-2012, 03:23 AM   #5
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To save some money and avoid tourist prices, visit the American Legion
across the street from the RV Park for drink and food.

I was there last month. See and visit everything including the mine and OK Corral shootout.

If you get up to Tucson, visit the Sugaro (cactus w/arms) National Park.
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Haven't been to Tombstone yet but that sure is on the list of places to see. That Saloon in the picture looks tempting for sure. Have fun.
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Tombstone was one of the greatest places I visited.
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We too stayed at the Wells Fargo RV Park. It is convinient but the spaces are extremely narrow. Tombstone is an interesting place to visit.
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I second going to Bisbee, take a coat and tour the copper mine.
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We live in Scottsdale and have taken several weekend trips to Bisbee. You need to do yourself a favor and go. Safe time and tour the copper mine, a very different kind of touristy thing.
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Be sure to get to the court house, a lot of real history. Not too far within and hour N and W is the Kartchner Caverns and do the Throne room tour.

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Sounds like a lot of neat places to see!
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15 miles east of Tombstone is the ghost town of Gleeson. There will be a 102nd. anniversary celebration on April 28.
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