Tombstone RV Park and Campground

1475 N Hwy 80
Tombstone, 85638
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We stayed two night last weekend and would go again. Check-in was a breeze adn the owner took us to our site. We lost a pin for the screen door mechanism possible while checking in and we went back to the front of the campground to look for it. The owner saw us looking and after asking what were looking for, brought us a screw that would work. Yes, most campground staff are friendly and helpful but he went the extra mile and we appreciated it. The park was clean. The sites were level and spacious with a low corral-like fence with solar lights on top of the posts separating sites. We didn't use the pool but it was clean. It's just over a mile into the events in town. We walked, although the highway shoulder was a bit narrow (something to talk to ADOT about). The campground has a free shuttle if you don't have a vehicle; we enjoyed the walk.
This RV park has the widest sites of any I have ever been in. For the first time, We don't have to worry about the slide out infringing. In fact, it was wide enough that we could park our tow vehicle right next to the RV. There are split rail fences between all sites. Small pea gravel makes it very easy to walk on, unlike parks with the very big rocks. Downtown Tombstone is only a mile or so down the street. Scott, the owner, is very nice and helpful, leading you right into your spot. Would definitely come here again.
We made reservations at the Tombstone RV park and after arriving we were very glad we did. The staff were very helpful and friendly and suggested things to see that were not the usual tourist traps. The RV park is just a few minutes drive from all the attractions in town. There are campgrounds within walking distance but after seeing them in person, I highly recommend driving a few minutes and staying at the clean and spacious Tombstone RV Park and Campground.

(520) 457-3829

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Doc Holliday’s Saloon

517 E Allen St
Tombstone, 85638
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Free game of pool! Quick service and a nice afternoon respite from the summer sun.
Always great service and regulars
Just sitting here with my wife and bartender, Billy Combs, swapping stories. I could not recommend this saloon higher, especially when Billy is behind the bar.

(520) 457-2247

Pubs

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The Tombstone Bordello Bed & Breakfast

101 W Allen St
Tombstone, 85638
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Certainly one of the most authentic places to stay while in Tombstone. As the name indicates, this was a bordello during the hay-day of the late 19th century. Originally located in the "main" part of Tombstone, it was moved to the much quieter neighborhood down the road. I find this much more appealing so you're farther away from drunkards stumbling out of bars or the ever looming possibility of a shoot-out in the middle of town (albeit, staged). The owners are lovely British ex-pats that had a passion for the wild west. They even owned a western modeled saloon in England before packing their bags and moving to the Wild West after vacationing in Southeast Arizona. They fell in love with the area and specifically Tombstone. Needless to say, there is a lot of 'energy' in the house. The owners will give you the full history of every room and which ones seem to have the most spirits associated with them. Personally, I'm not much of a believer in that sort of thing. I've never experienced anything nor felt out of sorts while staying here - although I did keep an open mind! The breakfasts are just lovely and it was great chatting with the owner and other guests. Wouldn't stay anywhere else in Tombstone!
We had a wonderful stay here. Lynda, the owner, is friendly and a great hostess. Breakfast was delicious. Loved having a chance to stay in an authentic building from the history of the town. We had a downstairs room, Ladies of Sin. The bed was comfortable and we truly enjoyed our stay.
We stayed at the Bordello a few weeks ago, and the owners made us feel right at home! First, I'd like to say (because I had to call to find out) that they allow pets. They were more than happy to have our boxer and chihuahua with us. They set us up in the room on the outside of the house so we could lead the dogs directly into the gated backyard. It was perfect! As other Yelpers have stated, she cooked a mean breakfast for you in the morning! Another weekend we went to Benson and stayed at the Super 8 (same price as the B&B); I had frozen waffles out of a toaster. We will never do that again. The home cooked breakfast that they cook is just like being at home ... bacon, fried eggs, waffles, fruit, ham, the list goes on! I will say that not having a TV in our room was a first, but we managed fine with socializing with the other guests, walking to the historic downtown, using the pool and hot tub, and using Netflix on my computer when needed. The pool was a bit chilly, but she did turn the hot tub on for just me and my husband, and we were able to enjoy it on a perfect October night. We will DEFINITELY stay in the Bordello B&B again. Thank you for the great time and atmosphere! P.S. No ghosts for us on our trip!

(520) 457-2394

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Marie’s Engaging Bed & Breakfast

101N 4th St
Tombstone, 85635
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The owners are wonderfully hospitable folks and the rooms are comfortable and classy. Breakfast was a home-cooked treat like my grandmother would have made. It's an unpretentious and very relaxing B&B and it completes the whole Tombstone experience perfectly.
Reallycool. Recently renovated.
There are many B&Bs in Tombstone....but this is the only once you should stay at based on price, quality, and location. When you call to make a reservation, you will most likely talk to the owner's daughter who takes care of all the logistics and credit card information. We reserved a queen size bed the night before for a very generously priced $100. The house is beautifully decorated from items all over the world....that's right, it's not all cowboy-hippied up. Sometimes houses can be so over-decorated that it becomes overwhelming, but this house is not. There's a lot going on, but its so calming and beautiful that you really have a wonderful environment to relax in. Not to mention the husband and wife who live at this property are so kind. The hosts are really what make a Bed and Breakfast, and they are as good human beings as you will come across. Extremely honest and caring. Additionally, you get a home-cooked, fresh breakfast in the morning. The fine china and silverware, layout of the food, fresh fruit and orange juice, and service is absolutely above and beyond what I ever expected. For those who appreciate the little details, I assure you this is the place to be. When I'm on vacation, I like my showers clean and hot. This nice old house allowed me to have just that. I'm always a little concerned staying in old buildings because of the whole uncertainty of hot water, but this place had a shower that warmed right up. There was no one else staying in the house this night, but fair warning that if there was - this would have been a shared bathroom (there is a lock though) Another thing, she had cold water in a pitcher right next to our bed. I LOVE DRINKING COLD WATER when I wake up in the middle of the night all disheveled. If you like pillows, there will be about 20 on our bed from to choose. If you wanna watch something on TV, there is a spacious common room with a moderately sized flat screen tv that has satellite....after a long day in Tombstone, it was nice to watch a little NBA action. And there is parking right outside the house, which is great, because you can just walk to downtown in literally 3 minutes and not have to worry about looking for a parking spot down all those one way streets. All in all, I'm so glad that we got to stay here. It made the experience whole.

(520) 457-3831

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Crazy Annie’s Bordello B&b

57 S 10 St
Tombstone, 85638
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When my boyfriend and I wanted to spend a night in Tombstone we chose this place. Each room is furnished with a late 1800s theme resembling a bordello. We stayed in the "Irish Nellie" room. Each room is named for an actual local prostitute. A wonderful continental breakfast is served in the enclosed patio complete with colorful conversation with the owners.

(520) 457-3847

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Depot Steakhouse & Johnny Ringos Bar

60 S 10th St
Tombstone, 85638
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Hannah is the best waitress! We were in Tombstone for the weekend and this is the only place I am going to write about. We went to several bars/restaurants and Hannah was a blessing. We all agreed that she was the best thing to happen as far as service on our trip and two of us women are in the restaurant industry. A big smile, immediate service and most of all- friendly! She took care of us as if we were the only ones there. Our drinks came immediately. We were starving after a long day riding and she started us with delicious bread and butter followed by our salads. I had the T-bone, my friends the ribeyes and prime rib which were cooked to perfection. Hannah was extremely busy and we weren't her only table- and then she was seated a party of about 12-14 next to us. Hannah, with the help of the rest of their wonderful staff made sure we wanted for nothing! Definitely will be back and it was a majority rule that our best experience dining was made possible by her. We will be back next year and will be asking for her! Highly recommend this restaurant for its ambiance, incredible food and wonderful staff! Thank you!
Ate here by recommendation of the locals for a good steak. As previously stated, the Depot is a few blocks away from the touristy Allen Street. There is the Depot Restaurant, and then the adjacent Johnny Ringo's Saloon next door. The Depot's atmosphere was odd, as each table is kind of enclosed by a 4 ft stuccoed orange wall, and there is a bunch of train station memorabilia on the walls. The food offerings were surprisingly broad here... At the Depot we ordered escargot for an appetizer just to see what they could do. Actually, thought it was decent - snails in garlic butter. We both ordered the Ribeye steak and ordered medium and medium rare. The steaks were cooked very nicely, and it is one big hunk of meat! I ordered a baked potato as a side, and I've come to realize...I am quite picky about my baked potato. Depot does it just right - with the skins being crispy and lightly salted. Side salad was standard fare, and other person got Baked Potato Soup which he commented was pretty tasty. The bread and butter they give there is also decent, and I was wondering if the butter was real, as it did taste as such. Asked the waitress, whose favorite response was "I don't know." So, I shall echo...I don't know. We were both stuffed after the dinner, and was very happy that we dined here. Had a few drinks at Johnny Ringo's next door. Their bar was very stocked and it seems like only the town of Tombstone would you find regular Coors. Definitely the Depot for good food in Tombstone!
The food was real good but the service was terrible. Waited 45 mins to get a refill and another beer. The place had three other tables seated. No excuse!

(520) 457-3404

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Cafe Margarita

131 S 5th St
Tombstone, 85638
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We had four different meals during our visit. The pork chimi was very well liked as was the bean burrito. I very much enjoyed the cheese enchiladas with black beans and roasted corn. The red enchilada sauce was flavorful without being spicy. My husband enjoyed the Caramelo. It happened to be his birthday and our server Elsa (who was amazingly friendly and a great server) sang him happy birthday and brought him an order of flan. She also overheard us discussing a horchata for him and she brought that as well. I would definitely recommend this place for couples, small groups, and families. They have live music on Fridays and Saturdays. We enjoyed lovely weather on the patio. Keep in mind that they close at 8 so plan accordingly.
Service for us on a Friday night was really good; very nice, helpful, pleasant waitstaff! Also on the plus side are their side dishes: corn and the rice. Chips and salsa were also good, as were their margaritas. On a bad note - these were some of the worst chile rellenos I have ever had! The batter belonged on fish (as in fish n chips) and was not authentic at all...and a little TOO crispy for my taste. UGH. I will go again and definitely try some other things- the Sonoran hotdog sounds good as does their taco plate.
Excellent Mexican food and great margaritas!!! I would here again in a heart beat. The out door seating area is beautiful!

(520) 457-2277

Mexican, Italian

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The Crystal Palace Saloon

436 E Allen St
Tombstone, 85638
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Came here just after lunch time, so it was more about the food than drinking, though a few beers were had. 4 stars for this restaurant in a tourist town with few options. In other words, I probably wouldn't have ranked it has highly had this been a restaurant where I live. It's a cutesy saloon and the waitresses are dressed as old school bar maids. The service was decent; I could imagine it being bad if more tables were full. My husband sadly had a pathetic looking pizza, but I had the "Crystal Palace burger" with cheese and it was quite good. Our friend quite enjoyed the "Cowboy Burger" so I'd definitely have to recommend getting a burger if you come here.
The food was good. They even had a gluten free beer, bread and pizza for those who need it. The gluten free pizza was good. The service was excellent!
We ate at three restaurants in Tombstone and this was by far our favorite. We sat at the bar and Austin took great care of us. The food was fresh and delicious. We each had a special prime rib sandwich.

(520) 457-3611

Bars, American (New)

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The Longhorn Restaurant

501 E Allen St
Tombstone, 85638
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after a 14 hr drive... nothing is better than sleep. haha i tricked you. i didnt eat this at night cus of fatigue... however when i arose from my wondrous slumber filled with 8.0 earthquake like snoring... oh boy was i ravished. this place was the only spot open and i needed some hearty nourishment. the coffee kinda sucked. but the skillet breakfast was exactly what my fatass needed. got a veggie ommie with english muffin and nice crisp hashes. with some bacon and biscuits n gravy. the skillet... eggs and all was delicious... i mean damn!!! the english muffin with all the nooks and crannies was exquisite... however the biacuits n gravy sucked. service was superb. this spot is pricey but available. my buddy got steak but he thinks mcdonalds and yoshinoya are five star eateries...
This restaurant could have been a whole lot better. Didn't help that our waitress only came by to take our drinks and order. She did however have time to joke around with what appeared to be some friends of hers. Not to mention that she was mad at something but we got the attitude that came from that. She finally seemed to get over it as we left. The food was ok at best, I would probably give it a 3.5. Ribs seemed to be a little over cooked, chicken was not properly cooked for our salad
Went during Labor Day weekend and had a great time here. The waiter was friendly and brought out food in a reasonable time since it was pretty busy. The good was delicious, especially the Apple cobbler. It was amazing!!!

(520) 457-3405

American (Traditional), Breakfast & Brunch

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Ok Cafe

220 E Allen St
Tombstone, 85638
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Biker friendly and that's about it. Food portions are skimpy! i ordered the grilled chicken sandwich. No mayo came with it. Just a dried up piece of chicken and bread. Waited and waited or a little mayo. Two bites and it was gone. Gawd it was so dry! Came with Potato Salad which was pretty good. Crowded too and small. Very casual place.
I have to say....don't eat in tombstone! Stick to the ice cream and fudge. The people sitting next to us summed up the food well. The women asked her husband how the buffalo burger was and he said "it's just ok." Everything was not ok at the ok cafe. All we ordered was a burger and a sarsaparilla and it took over 30 minutes for us to get the burger. While we were waiting we took a look around at the decor and got a closer look at the staff...scary. Have you ever seen the Texas chainsaw massacre? There were fly's everywhere. The burger (which may have been ground up victims) was nothing to talk about. The coleslaw was flavorless. Not worth the money. This was our second try eating in tombstone and will never again. Do yourself a favor and drive 25 min south to Bisbee for great food.
Went there due to it being the only place in the area that had decent reviews on Yelp or Urbanspoon. And, boy were we disappointed. The service was almost impolite. The food was tasteless. Ok soda's is the most positive I have to say about it. absolutely no charm inside and they wouldn't allow us to sit outside. If the other reviews are true - bring a picnic basket to Tombstone

(520) 457-3980

American (Traditional), Burgers

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