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Took the scenic route out of Moab and happened across the ghost town of Cisco. Don't go out of... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Didn't spend much time but enjoyed the drive through

Reading some of the reviews might scare the bejeebies out of a person, but we were curious enough... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
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Reviewed 6 days ago

A friend of mine claimed he didn't like ghost towns because all the building were abandoned and falling apart. Which is why they are ghost towns, right? My wife and I are fascinated by ghost towns because every one of them has a story to...More

Thank Taylor B
Reviewed 1 week ago

Took the scenic route out of Moab and happened across the ghost town of Cisco. Don't go out of your way to see Cisco but it was fascinating as a drive-by. All the buildings are falling apart. It was creepy but also beautiful seeing nature...More

Thank allthewanderlust
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Reading some of the reviews might scare the bejeebies out of a person, but we were curious enough to do a quick drive-through. Besides, we were on our way back to Denver, so we didn't have time to linger. Ghost towns and abandoned buildings are...More

Thank MizCharli
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

I never knew this was a ghost 👻 town. Always thought it was some hillbilly outpost in the middle of nowhere where you’d hear banjos playing if you listened hard enough. Nothing to see here folks. Don’t waste your time.

Thank BigMountainTraveler
Reviewed September 10, 2018 via mobile

Don't waste your time driving there ,if they don't want visitors put a sign up saying Not Welcome !!

1  Thank Kate D
Reviewed June 24, 2018

I thought there would be more to see than a few falling down buildings. I assume old signs and other items have been pillaged, leaving nothing but emptiness of no real interest. Usually a ghost town has something that grabs your attention, but honestly, other...More

2  Thank Sandy O
Reviewed June 17, 2018

I had to visit as I had just picked up my new Dodge Challenger in California. Vanishing Point was the reason I had always wanted a challenger! The buildings are in disrepair and falling down.. feels like a ghost town! Kind of spooky...

2  Thank Greg S
Reviewed May 28, 2018

Interesting ghost town off I-70 where Thelma and Louise was supposedly filmed. I watched that movie, but somehow I couldn’t see the connection. What I did see, however, was an abandoned town with dilapidated buildings, trashed vehicles, and graffiti strewn about to discourage tourists from...More

4  Thank Cherry_Wonderdog
Reviewed May 10, 2018

Buidings are all very old and falling apart. Not very much to see. Nothing much compared to many other ghost towns that have been better preserved. Certainly not worth a long detour.

Thank Charles G
Reviewed October 17, 2017 via mobile

There isn't much left of the town, but it's still worth a visit if you're a movie buff. As a huge Thelma and Louise fan, I had to make the stop, especially since it's fairly easy to reach off of the interstate. Once you arrive...More

1  Thank thislivinghand
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