TOURIST ATTRACTIONS AND GUIDE

ARIZONA TOURIST INFORMATION
Things to do and see in Arizona
RATTLESNAKE RANCH
LATITUDE: 3142.149
LONGITUDE: 10952.424
(GPS from Parking Lot 6)

Located near Gleeson, AZ
Between Tombstone and Elfrida

We expected a pit full of rattlesnakes and
some crazy person... instead we found a
museum in the middle of the desert.

Rattlesnake Ranch
Rattlesnake Ranch

Rattlesnake Ranch Skull
Rattlesnake Ranch

Rattlesnake Ranch
Rattlesnake Ranch

Glass Jars
Glass Jars

Rattlesnake Ranch
Rattlesnake Ranch

Rocks and Minerals
Rocks and Minerals

Shoe Tools

Grinders
Grinders

Grinders
More Grinders

Old Gun
Old Gun

Old Gun
Old Military Gun

Old Helmets
Old Helmets

Stock
Commit a crime and get locked in the Stock

Blacksmith Tools
Blacksmith Tools

Latterns at the Rattlesnake Ranch
Lanterns

Toys at the Rattlesnake Ranch 
Toy Cars and Trucks

Old Tools and Wrenches
Old Tools and Wrenches

Old Tools and Wrenches
Old Tools and Wrenches

There were so many things we didn't
photograph, such as the ball and chain
from the old Gleeson Jail, ect...

None of the artifacts are for sale. There
is a trailer with rattlesnake crafts and you
can buy things like hat bands, cigarette
lighter cases, knife cases, ect... all made
with rattlesnake skins.

RATTLESNAKE FACTS

Sign to Rattlesnake Ranch
Junction of Gleeson Rd. and N.Double U Ranch Rd.
Sign pointing to the Rattlesnake Ranch

Rattlesnake Ranch Signs
Sign to Rattlesnake Ranch

Double U Ranch
Double U Ranch

DIRECTIONS:
From Tombstone
Hwy.80 southbound
Turn on N.Camino San Rafael
Turn right on Gleeson Road
(Go about 12 miles)
Turn on N.Double U Ranch Road
The Rattlesnake Ranch is 2 miles

Rattlesnake Ranch Map
Basic hand drawn map...
(Click to enlarge)

Distances from Tombstone
Gleeson 13 miles
Elfrida 23 miles

Middle March Road
Middle March Road towards Cochise Stronghold

Tombstone Arizona
Tombstone, Arizona

Tombstone is famous for it's western history,
including the "Shootout at the OK Corral", with
Doc Holiday and Wyatt Earp...

You will see cowboys hanging out on every
corner. They are promoting different shows
and events, kind of playing a role, but some
of them are real... their families have been
here for generations. You can hear stories
of about relatives that were captured by
Indians and rescued by the US Calvary...

Boothill Graveyard
Boothill Graveyard

Filtered water at the Circle K in Tombstone.

Chiricahua National Monument
Chiricahua National Monument

Also see: CHIRICAHUA
Also see:
COCHISE STRONGHOLD
Also see:
COCHISE STRONGHOLD(WEST)
Also see:
MESCAL
Also see:
ORGAN PIPE CACTUS
Also see:
WHITEWATER DRAW

The Boneyard
The Boneyard
Davis-Monthan Air Force Base is home to thousands
of outdated planes and helicopters mothballed by the
United States Air Force and other allied forces. The 2,600
acre facility is the size of 1,300 football pitches and sprawled
across the desert in Tucson, Arizona and houses the 309th
Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group (AMARG)
This 60 year-old facility is America's only storehouse for
out-of-service aircraft.

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CAMPING RECIPES

CAMPING CHECKLISTS

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RATTLESNAKE RANCH