Tombstone Monument Ranch is surrounded by miles of rugged, open country, with views of the Dragoon Mountains. This was Apache territory, in the heart of Cochise County, and it is land that is rich in history. We are just 3 miles from downtown Tombstone, the Town Too Tough To Die, walk the streets that Wyatt Earp, Doc Holliday and outlaw Curly Bill Brocius once walked. It has been said that our guests don’t just feel like they got away, they feel like they traveled back in time…
A prosperous mining town in the 1880’s, Tombstone quickly earned a reputation for deadly shoot-outs and vendettas and plenty of lawless characters… When you visit, you’ll meet them!
The ranch was purpose built as an 1880’s Main Street with dirt roads and boardwalks. The 18 spacious guest rooms are individually decorated in turn -of-the-century style. You may find yourself waking up in the Mining Office, Miss Kitty’s Bordello, or the Blacksmith’s Shop.
Horseback riding, hiking, shooting, archery, evening entertainment and 3 hearty meals a day are just a sample of what you’ll enjoy at Tombstone Monument Ranch. Experience our spectacular sunsets, panoramic views of the sun-drenched terrain and wide open country as far as the eye can see.
Walk where they walked, ride where they rode, and do it all in style.
Just 73 miles southeast of Tucson, we recommend Tucson International Airport for air service.