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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
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We were driving from LA to Vegas and saw the name Calico on the hillside. We got off at the next exit and backtracked. We had a nice time: cute shops, train ride, mine walking tour, Not expensive; family atmosphere.
If you enjoy historical sites this is a great place to visit! We camped for two nights which allowed us free entrance into the old mining town of Calico. There are three attractions to see, the Mystery House, the Mine Ride, and Silver Mine. Each...More
On the way to Vegas, find this ghost town. They charge $8 for entry. It is a small town, but you can see the old west building. The tunnel tour is nice and only charge 3. The view from top of the town is nice....More
Me and my partner stopped off enroute from Vegas to LA as we thought a ghost town would be cool to see. It wasn’t.
So this isn’t really a ghost town, it’s more like a Disney Wild West themed zone in one of there parks...More
An interesting stop on our way to Vegas. Great little places to explore. We didn’t stay too long as it was very hot and time didn’t allow but I’d recommend going especially with kids and for the great photo opportunities.
if you traveling to Vegas. especially if you staying in Barstow for a night you can easily visit his place. It is only few miles away.
you would expect old buildings and really "ghost" town but in reality almost all the building are renovated. the...More
Its absolutly a fantastic place and so nice to visit. I went early morning around 11 am in september mid. and it was not much tourist then. I felt like i was in some cowboys movie.
I will tell everybody to come here.
The town has actually burned down a few times according to the staff and it is, for the most part, based on photos and oral accounts of the actual town. That being said, it was a chance to get a feel of what it may...More