The Verde Canyon Train

The Verde Canyon Railroad is often referred to as the finest train ride in Arizona and acclaimed as Arizona&#39s longest-running nature show. The remote wilderness of the Verde Canyon, located west of Sedona and below Jerome, is renowned for its towering red rock pinnacles and clean, green waters. The train rolls past Indian ruins, through a 680-foot man-made tunnel, over old-fashioned trestles and under clear azure skies. This picturesque setting is further enhanced by the variety of indigenous flora and fauna and the many migrating waterfowl. Over thirty bald and golden eagles winter in this riparian respite each year. Passengers enjoy this four-hour scenic train ride in first-class style aboard renovated passenger coaches and open-air viewing cars pulled by vintage locomotives.

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Miner's Suite Ghost City Inn Bed and Breakfast, Jerome, AZ

The Blazin M Ranch

“First class, rip-roarin’ family entertainment” is what Lisa Reuter of the Columbus Dispatch considers her experience at the Blazin’ M Ranch in Cottonwood. Owned and operated by the Mabery family since 1994, they have created a true Western experience that the entire family will enjoy.
At 6:30PM the dinner bell rings and guests are treated to our all-you-can-eat chuckwagon grub in our climate controlled “barn” (we operate rain or shine) served by our cowpokes on a tin plate and tin cup. After supper, sit back and enjoy the harmonic sounds of the famous Blazin’ M Cowboys, who will amaze you with their hour-long Western stage production that includes delightful cowboy music, storytelling, comedy, and some surprises you won’t want to miss including a regular visit from “Otis” the resident pesky character who will make you laugh until your full belly aches!
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Jerome, Arizona was an active mining town in the late 1800s and early 1900s. Now a legendary ghost town and artist’s community, it hosts a variety of museums and shops.
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The area around the Ghost City Inn and the old mining town of Jerome abounds with local attractions and activities. Many are within walking distance of the Inn.

This drawing is the work of Anne Bassett, one of Jerome’s many artists and crafts people. It it a drawing of the Ghost City Inn, which was formerly and correctly known as the Garcia House. Click the drawing for more of Anne’s work.