The SpaceThe Tombstone Silver Nickel Cabin was named after the Silver Nickel Mining Company, which was a former owner of the property. No mining was done on the property. The home is located on 5 private acres of open desert, on a ranch road, about 2 miles north of Tombstone, off of historic Middle March Road. This was the route originally used by the U.S. Cavalry to travel from Ft. Bowie, Arizona over the Dragoon Mountains to Ft. Huachuca, Arizona during the latter half of the nineteenth century. The home sits atop a gentle sloping hill, with a great view of Tombstone and an amazing panoramic view of nearby mountain ranges. Sit on the front porch and enjoy the serenity of the desert, wildlife and nearby mountains. In the evening, enjoy the spectacular starry skies and the lights of Tombstone. Hike or ride your ATV’s on local ranch roads and trails. Local destinations include historic 100 year old railroad beds, Cochise Stronghold in the Dragoon Mountains and the Coronado National Forest. We are just minutes from Tombstone, but near the middle of nowhere! Guest AccessYou will have access to approximately 5 acres of private land. Interaction with GuestsWe will meet you at the cabin to make sure you have everything that you need. We are also available during your visit. You can also contact us at (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) or email (EMAIL HIDDEN) The NeighborhoodYour are the neighborhood, since you're surrounded by at least 20 acres of undeveloped high desert. Getting AroundTo reach our cabin, you will travel over approximately 2 miles of ranch road. Low profile vehicles, such as sports cars, are not recommended. Pick-up trucks, vans, SUV's and regular passenger cars, driven with care, are suitable to reach the cabin.
We provide a free shuttle service to and from Tombstone.
Free parking is provided at the cabin. Other Things to NoteWe are near the middle of nowhere, which is a fantastic area for relaxing on the porch and watching wildlife, birding, hiking, ATV’s, bicycling, motorcycling, trail riding, rock climbing, exploring historic sites and old railroad beds.