We sometimes imagine that we're in the 1800s riding horses across the lands, day drinking in saloons and catching bounties. Our daydreaming can be made real at this wild west town in Arizona. From live-action performances to cute souvenir shops this small town has something for everyone.
Frontier Town is a western town in Cave Creek, Arizona, where the wild west meets the new world. It's free to visit and it's open year-round. During the summer, it'll feel like a real ghost town because it's off-season. The architecture of the town is old west themed and has lots of cute spots for photos.
You'll also see gallows, a saloon, and a mock cemetery as you're walking down the dirt road streets. There are over eight shops for you to stop in before you continue on your road tripping adventure. Some the shops sell candles, soaps, crystals and more. This small town is the perfect spot to walk around for a bit and explore.
This small quirky town even has a restaurant that will open soon, so if you're wanting some food there are more restaurants up the road. Throughout the year this town has events like the Cave Creek Winter Festival.
There's also a chapel, reception area, and pavilion for an old west themed wedding or party. In the days ahead you can also expect live stunt and acting performances.
You can even dress the part and wear your favorite cowgirl hat and boots. It's not a huge town, but it will allow you to experience what walking through an old wild west town feels like.
You might even get to hear some spooky ghost stories!
Location: 6245 E Cave Creek Rd, Cave Creek, AZ 85331
Why you should go: If you're on a road trip and want to stretch your legs this wild west town is the perfect place to do it. It'll surely bring out your inner cowgirl.
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