Ruby – This mining camp began in the 1870s, when a rich vein of silver was discovered and it remained active until the early 1940s. Ruby and its many buildings are currently open for self-guided tours for a small fee.
Oatman – This ghostown is still alive today. Once the town even had its own newspaper, today it’s know for its wild burros.
Clifton – This mining district was organized in 1869. Soon hotels, stores, and saloons sprung up and the town boomed. A mill and smelter were built in 1872.
Swansea – The ghost town of Swansea is a real ghost town that’s being preserved by the Bureau of Land Management. Today, dozens of buildings and structures remain and it’s one of the best ghost towns in the state to visit.