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Trail Dust Town


Pure commercial tourist attractions are not my favorite to blog about. In fact it is a chore to even get them actually published. But even I go to a few because kids and visiting relatives enjoy the psuedo-native culture they portray.

If you are in Tucson, and you have kids and or a craving for a darn good steak, think about going by Trail Dust Town. It is one very accessible cow town. We went in search of a steak and had a root toot’n good time.

For starters, the place isn’t too big. It has wooden boardwalks and the entire main street is made of red brick. Its very easy to get close-by (free) parking and its easy to keep your eyes on kids. Having been to both Tombstone and here, I’d say this is a much easier place to get a dose of cowboy fun. If your looking for history and authenticity, head down to Tombstone, but I can promise you that a 5-year old doesn’t know the difference.

www.traildusttown.com


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