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Ruby Ghost Town

Arizona

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Ruby Ghost Town - Ruby, Arizona
Ruby Ghost Town

Just a day trip away from Tucson & 4 miles shy of the border of Mexico is a rare opportunity to look back at over a century of Arizona's mining history. From a once-thriving community of 1,200 people to a modern-day ghost town. Ruby has access to over 350 acres of trails, two lakes, and incredible biodiversity.

Ruby Ghost Town

Elevation:

4,500 ft

Kaleidoscope

Camping: Semi-primitive, have firepits and tables. Bring your own firewood.

FEE: For entry and/or camping.

Water: Provide your own.

Restroom: Rustic Toilets (outhouses)

Ruby is 12 miles from the nearest grocery store.

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Campground

Campground
Ghost Towns

Ghost Towns

Historical

Historical

Wildlife

Wildlife

Hiking

Hiking

Exploring

Exploring

Fishing

Fishing

Camping

Camping

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A day pass is required to visit and there is a fee for camping, visit the Ruby website for information. Ruby provides critical habitat for migrating birds, and year-round protection for all manner of desert creatures. Mineral Lake is naturally stocked with blue gill, catfish and large mouth bass that once overflowed from Eagle Lake, just east of the ghost town. As a guest at Ruby, you are free to fish without any additional licensure. 


Website: www.RubyAZ.com

Ruby Ghost Town - Ruby, Arizona

Arizona

Santa Cruz County

31°27'36.5"N 111°14'10.6"W

Arizona

Ruby, AZ 85621