Neither of us had been to a ghost town before, so we discovered you could camp here in a teepee, it was a no-brainer. It might be out of the way, but well worth the trip -- especially as a camping spot.
We got there not long before sunset and were the only people in the ghost town. The booklet you're given as you enter is really, really informative and you can go into a lot of the old buildings... up the creaking staircases, look out through the cracked windows. The best part is that it's not commercialized -- it's historic, informative, and they don't need to recreate gun fights in the streets.
We were just finishing up our walk around the town as the sun was setting -- it was completely quiet and just beautiful. I'm not sure if going on a day trip here would be as good, but the fact we were camping right there made it really, really great... even once the sun set, the immense stars came out and the coyotes started howling. Definitely recommend it.
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