Trail Dust Town26 Votes Currently Closed
The Trail Dust Town is reliving the 1950’s era entertainment with fantastic Stunt Show, Pinnacle Peak, Ferris Wheel, Train game and other activities.
The town also has the Savoy Opera house which hosts some of the best shows here and nightly stunt shoes which will leave you stunned!
- The Museum Of The Horse Soldier which showcases an impressive collection of original United States Cavalry artifacts.
- Polly Anna Park
Tourists visit the place to explore a whole different time at the Trail Dust Town.
Entrance Ticket Details For Trail Dust Town
- Admission to the town is for free.
- The Wild West Stunt Shows are USD 4 each.
- RavenHearse Classic Haunt is USD 4 each.
- The train, carousel, gold panning, and petting zoo are USD 2 each.
- The pony and horse rides are USD 2.
- For ticket prices of other individual attraction in the town, visit the official website or call up the place.
Trail Dust Town Hours
- The Train, carousel, and Ferris Wheel are open from 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm daily. Open past 9 depending on attendance.
- Gold Panning is open 5:30 pm to 9:00 pm from Friday through Sunday.
- The shops in Trail Dust Town have various hours. Contact the individual shops for their hours.
The Museum of the Horse Soldier:
- Wednesday through Saturday: 11:00 am to 7:00 pm
- Sunday:11.00 am to 5.00 pm
- Monday & Tuesday: by appointment only
Wild West Stunt Show at 7.00 pm and 8.00 pm.
Savoy Opera House: Monday through Friday from 11:00 am to 5:00 pm and by appointment.
How to Reach Trail Dust Town
- By Bus: At Tanque Verde/Grant
- By Car.
- By Taxi.
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3.58% of people who visit Tucson include Trail Dust Town in their plan
5 PM - 6 PM
95% of people start their Trail Dust Town visit around 5 PM - 6 PM
2 Hrs 30 Minutes
People usually take around 2 Hrs 30 Minutes to see Trail Dust Town
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Trail Dust Town
People normally also visit Sabino Canyon while planning their trip to Trail Dust Town.
Trail Dust Town Reviews & Ratings
Loved the show!! Very entertaining and good for kids too! Took my rambunctious 3 year old son and he sat and watched in awe the whole time! We went later in the day with a large group and took the train as well. The place had a very calm, chill vibe, and was not very packed. We all had a wonderful time! Would highly recommend and love to go again if I get the chance 👍🏻👍🏻
Loved the haunted house! Very accommodating to young families and special needs. They have different levels you can pick so your child's needs can be met. I went with my 4yr old and 2yr old...they are attentive to the children and will automatically adjust the tour accordingly. Highly recommend!
Went during the October fest completely on accident, and was too pack to really fully enjoy it. Although it was a cool looking place. My three year old enjoyed the rides they had.
The first impression, finding a parking spot in the dark, is not good. Parking lots are mostly dirt and gravel and poorly lit. The little western "town" is cute, mostly props, closed buildings on a Thursday at 6:30pm. I watched the stunt show which was fun in a goofy, silly way. It's 30 minutes of entertainment for $5. The actors made me laugh several times, so I think it's worth the money. I don't regret checking the place out, I spent about an hour and a half. Not sure if I'll be back though, I feel I've seen everything that interested me.
Trail Dust Town has a great steak house that is worth the trip by itself. However, there is an admittedly hokey little "town" that includes several shops, a haunted house, a couple of children's rides, and an old-time photo studio. They have a little train that circles the property with a goofy "tour" script. Finally, there is a live, comedy stunt show at night. It isn't a sophisticated evening on the town, but it's a great getaway for a couple of hours.