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Goldfield Ghost Town

1,727 Reviews

Goldfield Ghost Town

1,727 Reviews
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Apache Trail and Dolly Steamboat Tour

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The Apache Trail is an old Indian trade route that runs from Canyon Lake through the Sonora Desert and into the Superstition Mountains. On this tour, explore the historic route by land and boat as you cruise across the lake on a Dolly Steamboat, then drive through the desert to the Old West village of Tortilla Flat.
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Rebecca S wrote a review Oct 12
25 contributions1 helpful vote
There was hardly anyone in the town the day we visited. The shops that were open had some nice souvenirs but many shops were closed. Feel this would be a good place for families to visit when everything opens back up
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Date of experience: October 2020
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paws0810 wrote a review Oct 8
Mesa, Arizona2,056 contributions203 helpful votes
Just moved here a month ago just looking for fun places to come and visit when the weather cools off this seems to be a pretty nifty place I’m sure it’ll be crowded in the fall we shall see.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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JamieHtravels wrote a review Oct 2
Wisconsin409 contributions79 helpful votes
I was a little hesitant to stop here because it looked a little cheesy online but I'm actually glad we made the stop. It says online that they close at 5 but when we arrived at 4:25 all the shops but one were closed which was great because it actually did feel like a ghost town. Although the buildings are rebuilt they are beautiful with worn wood and great detail plus there are lots of old relics from the mining days laying around to look at. The drive and view are beautiful, I'd suggest going later in the day like we did so you have the place to yourself.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Gvtwkr wrote a review Sep 2020
Rochester, New York22 contributions8 helpful votes
WIsh we had more time...but this was a very quick stop ont he way to the Dolly Steamboat and Tortilla Flats. Make some time - at least an hour, if not two. Fun to look around, tour. Was truly like a ghost town! Neat. However - for elderly, may be challenging because slightly uphill, some stairs to climb into places, and stones to walk on.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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cruzinpam wrote a review Sep 2020
Bella Vista, Arkansas4 contributions5 helpful votes
The summer isn’t the best time to go to the Ghost Town because some of the activities do not take place, such as the street gun fights. It was a great place to go just to wander around during these Covid days. The shops had signs for wearing masks and making Arizona Covid free. The train, mine tours and zip line were all open.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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