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Stampede RV Park is just a short walk from all Tombstone activities!

Tombstone is a town fraught with history. Visit Big Nose Kate's Saloon, named after Doc Holliday's girlfriend, Mary Katherinie Horony-Cummings. Built in 1880, the saloon was the original first floor of the Grand Hotel. Three stories high with 16 rooms with a view, The Grand Hotel was one of the finest establishments in Tombstone. Fire reduced the hotel to rubble in 1882. Be sure to visit the basement gift shop, The Shaft, and see the room of the original hotel janitor, who met his untimely end after pilfering silver from the Million Dollar Silver Mine. You won't want to miss seeing the largest rose tree in the world at the Rose Tree Museum. This particular rose tree arrived in the 1800s, was planted in the backyard, and continues to grow today holding its place in the Guinness Book of World Records.

The Longhorn Restaurant is the perfect dining experience for breakfast, lunch or dinner. With a menu that has everything from tacos to prime rib, there is something for every appetite. Wyatt Earp's Oriental Saloon takes you back to the day of can-can dancers and card sharks. The Crystal Palace Saloon is the oldest original saloon in Tombstone. Check out the tin ceiling for bullet holes from rowdy days gone by, and examine the antique gambling equipment that adorns the walls. The Old Tombstone Western Town gives visitors an opportunity to pan for gold, see comedy gunfights, tour train cars, and test their skills in the arcade.

The Good Enough Mine will take you back to the early days of Tombstone. The mine tour takes your 100 feet below the surface, and gives you a look from a miner's perspective. The Good Enough Mine Trolley Tour takes you through the mining district and all around Tombstone, pointing out historic places, and telling the history of the old west. The cowboys made Tombstone famous, but the mines made Tombstone rich.

The Bird Cage Theatre is an icon of Tombstone history It was the most famous honky-tonk in America between 1881 and 1889. Named for the 14 bird cage crib compartments suspended from the ceiling overhanging the casino and dance hall. It was also the site of the longest poker game that lasted 8 years, 5 months, and 3 days. The Bird Cage Theatre has also been certified as the most haunted spot in Tombstone. Take the day tour and experience the grandeur of yesterday. Take the paranormal tour, and see who is still hanging around at the Bird Cage. If you enjoy history, The Tombstone Trolley Tour will provide much of that, as well as Arizona Bill's Walking Tour. Arizona Bill will take you through the streets of Tombstone, and show where history actually happened.

There are enough activities in Tombstone to fill up your day, weekend, or week! Pick up brochures in the Stampede RV Park office, or at the Chamber Office on your walk to town to find out times, locations and prices. Be sure to tell businesses that your are staying at the Stampede to receive money-saving discounts!

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