Tucked away in the Southeast corner of Arizona, the Wild West lives on in Tombstone, the “Town That Never Dies”. East Allen Street is the center of Tombstone’s attractions featuring three blocks of shaded boardwalks lined with gift shops, saloons and eateries. It is here that tourists flock to the OK Corral, site of the famous 1881 Gunfight involving Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday. The town boasts many other historical sites that help attract an estimated 450,000 visitors per year. Exuding that same Wild West atmosphere is the Lookout Lodge which is located on Highway 80, 5 minutes from Allen Street and just 60 miles from Tucson. The Lodge boasts whimsical wild west scenes on its exterior walls, a million dollar view overlooking the Dragoon Mountains, a quick two minute drive to town, a hop and a skip away from Boothill Cemetery....AND...a complete made to order breakfast every single morning!!
Then there is a seasonal pool, and fire pits that are lit every night for you to enjoy as you kick back in the desert after a long day of exploring. The Lodge achieved 4 out of 5 circles by Trip Advisor, ranking it in the top ten percentile of hotels worldwide.