THE LARIAN MOTEL IN HISTORIC TOMBSTONE ARIZONA OFFERS THE BEST VALUE AND CLEANEST ROOMS OF ANY HOTEL/MOTEL IN SOUTHERN ARIZONA:
- Reasonable Rates
- 3 Hours from Phoenix
- 1 Hour from Tucson
- Children stay free (12 and under), baby crib is available
- Large, Clean Rooms
- In Room Refrigerators
- Microwave Available
- Professionally cleaned linens
- Free In-Room Coffee
- Newly Remodeled
- Smoking or Non-Smoking
- All Ground Floor Rooms
- Nearby Dining & Saloons
- Air Conditioning
- In-Room Phones
- Cable TV
- Free Wi-Fi Internet access
- Queen & King size beds
- Family Rooms available (2 Queen beds plus sofa sleeper)
- Clean and private bathrooms
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THINGS TO DO
Arizona's More Interesting Ghost Towns And Mining Camps in the Tombstone Area!
BISBEE - Cochise Co. 95m SE Tucson. " Queen of the
mining Camp." The brawling days of the 1880 blend with the modern city
of today. Famous under ground Queen Mine tours, Brewery Gulch, Copper
Queen Hotel, Lavender Pit.
BRUNCKOWS HAUNTED CABIN- Known as the bloodiest
spot in Arizonia, near Tombstone, interesting!
CHARLESTON- Cochise Co. 8m SW Tombstone. In its
heyday, tougher than tombstone. Used by the army During WW II as a
training site for house-to-house combat. Park at San Pedro Bridge, walk
North half mile to ruins. South side of river.
CLANTON RANCH- Along the San Pedro River.
COCHISE- Near Cochise strong hold.
CONTENTION CITY- Cochise Co. near Tombstone.
Contention City was another of the mill towns where ore from Tombstone
was processed. Heaps of ruin and rubble.
COURTLAND- Cochise Co. 21m N of Douglas off
U.S.191. One time thriving mining camp named for Courtland Young,
a mining engineer. Town's single resident doesn't encourage sightseers.
CAMP RUCKER- Remains of Military camp from
1889's-Neat! In Chiricahua Mountains.
DOS CABEZAS- Cochise Co. on Rt. 186, 15m SE of
Willcox. Semighost town where a few residents still support a small
P.O.. Formally an active supply center for surrounding mines and cattle
ranches. Wells Fargo station 1885. Vacant, crumbling adobes, also stage
DRAGOON- Stage stop location.
DUQUESNE- Cochise Co. on Rt. 186, 19m E of
Nogales.Established around the turn of the century, this former mining
center had peak population of 1,000 residents, including Westinghouse of
Westinghouse Electric, who lived here while taking some $4,000,000 in
ore from his nearby mine. P.O. established in 1890 Ruins. Washington
Camp 3/4m beyond.
FAIRBANK - Railroad Town!
FORT BOWIE- My Favorite! About 45 miles East of
Tombstone. Hike to this Historic site, a large Military outpost until
Geronimo's surrender in 1886.
GALEYVILLE- Outlaw hideout!
GLEESON- Cochise Co. 16m E of Tombstone. Even
before the arrival of Spaniards in this area, Indians were mining
turquoise near the present site of Gleeson. John Gleeson prospected the
area in 1800's. Later, Tiffany's mined the same blue gem while other
interest mined copper, lead and zinc. Picturesque ruins, cemetery.
HARSHAW- Santa Cruz Co. 10m SE of Patagonia.
Settled about 1875, this place soon boasted a newspaper, "The Bullion,"
saloons, numerous stores, with 100 working mines nearby. Stone , adobe
HILLTOP- Cochise Co. 36m SE from Willcox on Rt.
186. Mine established by Frank and John Hands. The town of Hilltop was
first started on the West side of the mountain, then a tunnel was put
through the east side where an even larger town was established. Today,
it is a Ghost Town.
JOHN SLAUGHTER RANCH- Famous cattle ranch and home
of lawman John Slaughter. Nice well preserved walking tour of this
notorious character of the Old West. Located near Douglas, AZ, about 50
miles south of Tombstone.
MOWRY- Santa Cruz Co. 15m SE of Patagonia. Small
town grown up around a small silver, lead, zinc mine
purchased in late 1850's by Sylvester Mowry, U.S.
Army Lt. Mowry's operations were cut short in 1862
when Mowry was charged with supplying lead for confederate
bullets, jailed at Fort Yuma, his mine confiscated
by Uncle Sam. Extensive Ruins.
MILLVILLE- Across from Charleston along the San
Pedro River, Neat!
PARADISE- Cochise Co. 6m NW of Portal. Briefly
active mining town dating from early 1900's. Paradise is still home to a
few old-timers who are glad to point out the old town jail and ruins of
various businesses. Part of the town privately owned.
PEARCE- Cochise Co. Off U.S 191 from a point
29m S of Willcox. This gold camp once had a population of 2,000. All of
them well supported by the wealth of the Commonwealth mine. It was
discovered by Johnny Pearce in the 1894 and in its heyday, the old
Commonwealth was the richest gold digging in southern Arizona. Operating
store and post office, with many vacant adobes, mines and mill ruins.
PRESIDIO OF SANTA CRUZ de TERRENATE- 1780 Spanish
fort located along the San Pedro River, Really Neat! Old remains left.
WASHINGTON CAMP- Santa Cruz Co. 20m S of Patagonia.
It once was the major service community for Duquesne, Mowry and Hershaw.
At its peak in 1905 it had a population of 5,200 miners and their
families. Ruins. Check road conditions.
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