Katie's Cozy Cabins

Address: 16 W. Allen St., Tombstone, Arizona, 85638, United States | Campground
 
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This campground, located on 16 W. Allen St., Tombstone, is near O.K. Corral, Tombstone Court House, Tombstone's Haunted History Tour, and Tin Cup Mining Company.
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    Travel Blogs from Tombstone

    Day 3 - Bisbee to Kingman, AZ.

    A travel blog entry by coldcoronas on Mar 15, 2015

    9 photos

    ... the O.K. Corral shootout with the Earps and Boot Hill cemetery, Tombstone is well worth the visit! After lunch we walked around the town and hit the road at 2:30pm. We got distracted trying to find a gas station in north Phoenix, and made two unscheduled detours enroute. We ended up getting into Kingman a little later than planned ... 2 hours ...

    The Roadtrip Begins!

    A travel blog entry by jabbiemontgogo on Mar 01, 2015

    18 photos

    ... how in the heck this was going to happen thinking that there must be some elaborate system to releasing a wild animal that happens to also fly. Nope. Bird in box. Open box, bird flew out. I'm leaving out how majestic it looked flying back to its red hawk hangout place. Sadly the pictures that I took of the exciting event were nowhere to be found when I went to download them. Damn new camera.
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    Tombstone; the Town, the Truth and the Tales

    A travel blog entry by bounderbulletin on Dec 21, 2014

    22 photos

    ... bust, and the Bird Cage Theater along with it. The poker game ended and the building was sealed up in 1889 and was not opened up again until it was purchased in 1934. The new owners were both surprised and happy that nothing had been disturbed in all those years.

    The city today is authentic in its buildings, history and location. A few of the original buildings still stand today. During the height of the mining boom, the population soared to over 14,000. In 2013, ...

    Just a bird in a gilded cage

    A travel blog entry by ianjordan on Jun 14, 2014

    3 photos

    ... in time. IU was worried because we were running late. Only catch is, Arizona does not do the whole daylight savings thing, so it was an hour earlier! woohoo!

    The cool thing about the place we had booked is that it used to be a bordello... and better yet, it was reputed to be haunted. Once we got sorted with all the paperwork and such, Sam and I headed into town to see what we could see. The first thing we saw was the ...

    Tombstone, AZ

    A travel blog entry by peedeedog on Feb 13, 2014

    4 comments, 43 photos

    ... as refrigeration was brought to the town, providing refined recreation for the many easterners streaming into Tombstone. Immigrants from Europe came to work the mines and Chinese laborers filled the service needs demanded by the many miners and newly rich. They worked the laundries and in the hotels, as well as quickly learning construction trades to keep up with the demand for new buildings.

    Rowdy Cowboys and Outlaws.

    While mining ...