Stampede RV Park is near all the action of Tombstone Arizona camping in southeast Arizona!

Staying in Tombstone also brings several wonderful events and special holidays throughout the year. Join the locals and visitor alike during the Territorial Days in March, the Rose Festival in April, Wyatt Earp Days in May, and much more! The Helldorado Days in October are not to be missed! That's not all! Staying at Stampede RV Park has much more to offer outside of Tombstone! Stampede RV Park is centrally located for day trips. Take an afternoon and spend it at the Coronado National Forest, or stop by the Coronado National Memorial, which is a great place to learn about the Spanish influence and history; the memorial offers a scenic drive and hiking trails. The San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area is home to over 100 species of breeding birds, and many say it is the best bird watching spot in the country! Just 23 miles south of Tombstone lay Bisbee, a quaint artist colony bustling with galleries, specialty shops, and championship golf courses. Whether you enjoy the outdoors, a fun afternoon sightseeing, or just relaxing among the desert landscapes, you'll find something for everyone! And it's all within minutes of Stampede RV Park!
Tombstone is a great place for a family or group to choose as a camping destination. The famous town is world renowned for its mining and Earp brothers history. While staying in Tombstone, you will find yourself stepping back into the past as you witness reenactments at the OK Corral or take a stroll along the boardwalks on Allen Street where you'll find the people from all over the world come to see shoot-outs in the street, Big Nose Kate's or Wild West Shows in the street, some of Tombstone's best known saloons and tourist attractions still standing. Don't miss the Boothill Cemetery, Tombstone's final resting place for the good, bad and evil of the 1880s. For those of you that are interested in the spirit world, there are late night tours