Along with its 145 spacious roosts for petrol-propelled summer homes, Cochise Terrace RV Resort cools the smoldering heels of RV adventurers with a fully equipped clubhouse, shady picnic areas, and a host of amenities. After three afternoons of putting golf balls, playing bocce ball, or dodging fireballs on the overly realistic Super Mario Brothers level recreation, leisurists can hydrate sun-parched skin in the heated pool or jacuzzi. Seasonal activities such as hiking strengthen the limbs for a night of gyrations at the dance hall's potluck meals. The gateless community also acts as a convenient gateway to the area's manifold attractions, including the labyrinthine caverns at Kartchner, the cactus-riddled Saguaro National Park, and the historic abandoned mining town of Tombstone—home of the infamous shootout at the OK Corral and the incredibly awkward speed-dating event that followed it.
The vintage-style trolleys in Tombstone Trolley Tours' fleet trace the timeline of their town and offer a narrative history of its past during half-hour historic tours. The vehicles drive by architectural and scenic landmarks as a guide recounts their stories, relaying historical information on such topics as the rise of silver mining and the Boot Hill Graveyard. Other tours in the past have covered spectral hauntings, or carried audiences to Helldorado Town for thrillingly staged gunfights. Each trolley is wheelchair accessible and equipped with air conditioning, and the staff welcomes pets on board free of charge. Tours run continuously from 10:30 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. every day of the week, and gunfight shows begin at 11:30 a.m., 1 p.m., and 3 p.m.