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$150 / GUEST + TAX


Echoes of Time: Unveiling the Hidden Stories of the Wild West

  • Journey Through Forgotten Times: Exploring Ghost Towns: A Journey Through the Remnants of History.

  • Echoes of Prosperous Eras: Exploring the Rise and Fall of Once-Bustling Hubs: A Journey Through Ruins and Rich Histories.

  • Legacies of the Wild West: Reliving the Wild West: Outlaws, Gunfights, and Legendary Tales.

  • Reflections of the American Dream: Traversing Dreamscapes: Insights into the Miners and Settlers' Quest for Fortune.

  • Encounters with the Past: Stepping into History: Vivid Echoes of Saloons, Law, and Life in a Bygone Era.

  • Nature's Contrast: Beyond History: A Glimpse into Nature's Splendor and Wildlife Marvels.

  • Military History and Geopolitical Changes: Exploring Military Heritage: A Glimpse into Historic Conflicts and Boundary Evolution.

  • Six Stops: Get out at Charleston, Fairbanks, Tombstone, Gleeson, Whitewatre Draw, and Fort Naco


Step into the past with the Cochise County Ghost Town Tour, a captivating journey through Arizona's most iconic ghost towns and historical landmarks. Presented by Big Jeep Tours, this 6-hour adventure offers an unparalleled experience that delves deep into the rich history and natural beauty of Cochise County. With a price of $150 for guests and free admission for kids 12 & under, this tour promises an unforgettable adventure for the whole family.

Journey through Ghost Towns


Charleston, AZ

Once a bustling mill town, Charleston now stands as a haunting testament to its golden past, its eerie silence a stark contrast to the lively hub it once was. The ruins of buildings and machinery lay scattered, whispering tales of a time when the town thrived with activity, wealth, and the hopes of fortune-seekers. As part of the tour, a visit to the historic Clantons Ranch offers a glimpse into the lives of the famous Clanton family, known for their role in the O.K. Corral Gunfight. Further along, the site of the Battle of the Bulls immerses visitors in a lesser-known but equally fascinating chapter of the Wild West, where fierce battles shaped the history of the region. Each stop along the tour not only tells the story of Charleston’s rise and fall but also connects the dots of Cochise County's rich and tumultuous history, bringing to life the echoes of the past in these now-silent ghost towns.


Fairbanks, AZ

Fairbanks presents a uniquely abandoned glimpse into the Old West, a ghostly tableau that once pulsed with the fervent dreams of miners and settlers seeking their fortunes. This once-thriving town, now a serene relic, offers a tangible connection to a bygone era. Visitors can meander among the remnants of its past, where the echoes of lively conversations and clinking glasses seem to linger in the air. The old jail, with its barred windows and weathered walls, tells a story of law and order in a lawless land. Nearby, the saloon, once brimming with raucous laughter and the jingle of spurs, stands silent, its empty chairs and dusty tables a poignant reminder of transient glories. As guests walk around amidst these ruins, they can almost hear the whispers of history, each step a journey through time, unearthing tales of hope, hardship, and the relentless pursuit of the American Dream. In Fairbanks, the past is not merely a chapter in a history book, but a living, breathing presence, inviting exploration and reflection, a solemn homage to the indomitable spirit of the pioneers who once called it home.

Tombstone, AZ

Tombstone, the town too tough to die, epitomizes the spirit of the Wild West. Its streets, echoing tales of outlaws and gunfights, are a journey through Arizona's rugged history. Visitors can wander amidst the evocative ruins, reliving the past in the historic courthouse and standing beneath John Heath's notorious hanging pole. Each site in Tombstone, from the silent saloons to the echoes around the gallows, immerses guests in the enduring legacy of this legendary frontier town."

Gleeson, AZ

Gleeson, once a hub of copper mining, now rests in tranquil yet poignant silence. Its abandoned mines and dilapidated buildings are a siren call to history buffs and the curious. The town's centerpiece, the old Gleeson Jail, stands as a stark reminder of the rough-and-tumble days of the Wild West, its barred windows and sturdy walls echoing tales of a harsher time.

Visitors can wander among the ruins, each structure from the hospital to the schoolhouse telling a fragment of Gleeson's rich past. The desolate beauty of these remnants, set against the backdrop of Arizona's stark landscape, offers a uniquely haunting experience. For those drawn to the stories of yesteryear, a visit to Gleeson is like walking through a living history book, where the whispers of the old mining town still linger in the air."

This version keeps the focus on the key aspects of Gleeson's history and the experience of visiting while maintaining a sense of the town's atmosphere.


Whitewater Draw

Whitewater Draw, nestled in a serene and scenic landscape, transforms into a mesmerizing spectacle of nature in the fall. As the leaves begin to change color and the air grows crisp, this picturesque area becomes a bustling hub for thousands of majestic sandhill cranes. These elegant birds, known for their distinctive red foreheads, white cheeks, and long dark bills, begin to arrive in the fall, creating an awe-inspiring sight against the backdrop of the changing seasons. The area, renowned for its stunning natural beauty, offers a stark yet harmonious contrast to the nearby abandoned settlements, remnants of a bygone era. As winter approaches, the cranes settle in this tranquil refuge, dotting the landscape with their graceful presence and filling the air with their unique calls. Visitors are treated to a rare display of wildlife and natural splendor, making Whitewater Draw a must-visit destination for nature enthusiasts and bird watchers alike.


Fort Naco

Fort Naco, a historical Army fort, stands as a silent witness to the tumultuous events of the early 20th century, including border conflicts and its significant role in World War I. The fort, with its sturdy walls and strategic location, served as a key defensive position during times of unrest. Its presence on the border reflects the complexities and ever-evolving dynamics of national boundaries and territorial disputes. The echoes of the past are palpable within its confines, where stories of brave soldiers, fierce conflicts, and the challenges of military life during those times are etched into every stone. Fort Naco not only represents a chapter in military history but also serves as a reminder of the changing nature of geopolitics and the human cost of war.


The Cochise County Ghost Town Tour, originating in the charming town of Bisbee, Arizona, offers a multifaceted view of Arizona’s vibrant past and natural splendors. Guided by an experienced native tour guide at Big Jeep Tours, your journey is bound to be as enlightening as it is enthralling. So, get ready to traverse through time, reliving the echoes of history at every stop of this extraordinary tour.


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