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Visitors from around the world come to Calico each year to experience a real ghost town originally settled in the 1880s.A hive of activity for the adventurous at heart - the park hosts the Mystery Shack- a crooked house where water runs uphill, two...more
Calico Ghost Town is only about an 8 minute drive off of I-15, entrance is $8.00 for adults and $4.00 for kids over 3, this will get you into the town and you can walk around, go to the shops, or restaurants. They have an...More
We spent about an hour and a half here, but probably could've had lunch here and stayed a little longer but we had some place to be. There was a cute little gunslinging reenactment. We also went on the train ride with our kids. It...More
Hot (time of year)... take it easy. If you have never been to a ghost town, you 'have' to do one... and why not this 'restored' one? Highlights: Tour of the Maggie Mine, looking at some of the old shops and buildings. Ask for a...More
If you want a Disney wild west town you will not be disappointed. I'm sure the buildings are all in original positions and if you look up the street you can imagine how it was 100 years ago. But that's where the history ends.
We stopped off at this attraction as part of a G Adventures tour. We were given an hour to eat lunch and walk around the sights. Most of us opted to eat lunch at the Calico House Restaurant. The food here was very nice consisting...More
We visited Calico at a hot day. It was quiet with mostly international visitors. We found it very interesting and educational to visit a renovated, old style ghost town. The nice 3 hrs we spent was well worth the 8 $ entry fee. For extra...More