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Please call for reservations during the warmer months "What you will see here is a remnant town which stood larger than Yuma in 1878. Her weather beaten buildings remain great day trip in the lower Colorado river in an area little changed from the...more
All reviews gravel road old west mining area mining camp honor system day trip several hours walking tour turn around worth the trip take your time out of the way step back in time short drive entry fee great place to visit miles
This a a rebuild of the former area but well done and presented. Great for photo buffs. They have found a cave with florescent rocks that you can get separate tours to.
Be advised the road it in gravel and can be bumpy.
The town was just like and old John Wayne or Clint Eastwood cowboy movie. Seen a lot of primitive items. Some nice old dresses. Nothing to date. Would not call this a ghost town, other than the age itself. Worst thing about it was the...More
The ghost town & mining sites are incredible. Each building & mine has a written story about it, a guided tour in a sense, the buildings are full of time period pieces. Truly amazing on how tough the miners were in such a harsh environment....More
Worth the drive. Owners moved these buildings here to save them. Army Corp of engineers helped. Glad they were saved. History lives on. Place is amazing. So great full they saved this huge part of history. So much to see. Spend sometime there and appreciate...More
We visit every ghost town that we hear about all over the west from Montana to SanDiego Ca. .... and every place else..THIS IS BY FAR THE VERY,VERY VERY BEST. You get a true feel for the life of those who settled the mining towns....More