Once an active mining camp home to 75 mines and almost 5,000 residents, Chloride is considered the oldest continuously inhabited mining town in the state.
Come see the old west with a stop in this free-to-visit ghost town. Take pictures in the saloon, visit the museum or catch a live gun fight at high noon (Saturdays only). Group tours, buses and RVs are all welcome.
A little more than a mile outside town, and accessible on-foot or via a 4-wheel-drive-only road, are the murals of Chloride miner, Roy Purcell. Painted in the late 60s, Roy's murals are a sight to see, covering 2,000 square feet of rocks and granite along the mountain-side.
Chloride Ghost Town
4942 Tennessee Ave.
Chloride, Arizona 86431
Hours Of Operation:
Open Saturday & Sunday