Tombstone Monument Ranch



Breath-taking views of the surrounding mountains, 272 acres of unspoiled land and a guest ranch designed like an Old Western town from the year 1881… Welcome to Tombstone Monument Ranch!

We invite you to experience the vacation of a lifetime: Go on a trail ride to explore the area, sit at the campfire and listen to live music or take a walk to the monument of Tombstone’s founder Ed Schieffelin. Tombstone Monument  Ranch offers you an all-inclusive vacation that features accommodations, all meals, riding activities and ranch entertainment.


  • Address 895 West Monument Road Tombstone, Arizona 85638
  • Phone 520-457-7299
  • E-mail
  • Category Arizona, x-Archery, x-Family Reunions, x-Shooting, x-Weddings
  • Location Arizona, United States
  • Tags Conference Facilities, Honeymoon Package, Horseback Instruction, Horseback riding, Internet Connection, Non-Smoking, Roping, Wagon Train Adventures, Weddings


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“Join us at Tombstone Monument Guest Ranch for a trip back to the Old West.” Create an unforgettable experience and memories for a lifetime!

Our guest ranch is situated amidst ancient bolder formations and the Dragoon Mountains and is setup like an 1880’s Western frontier town. We are 3 miles outside of Tombstone located in the heart of Cochise County, Arizona. Here you can step back in time to the era of the cowboy in our individually designed rooms; each with a unique historical Western theme.

The old west story of this area is the story of Spanish Conquistadors, Apache Indian warriors, early explorers, cowboys, miners, gamblers, gunfighters and lawmen. In the land of Coronado, Cochise, the Earps, Doc Holliday and John Slaughter, is the west’s most town, Tombstone.

Tombstone, a city of 1660, is 3 miles east of the ranch. In Tombstone one can step back in time and relive the town’s turbulent past. Whether you stroll the wooden boardwalks along Allen Street, unwind at Big Nose Kate’s saloon or rest in the shade of the world’s largest Rose Tree, you will be captivated by the region’s historical past and its warm, sunny outlook of the future.

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