The historic home of Texas John Slaughter, 15 miles east of Douglas, Arizona.


Here are links to interesting pages about Texas John Slaughter and Slaughter Ranch elsewhere on the web:

Cochise County’s Explore Cochise website says “Two places epitomize Arizona’s Old West and Ranching Story.” One of them is Slaughter Ranch. Read what they have to say and try their 6-day itinerary of the sights you should see while in our area.

Read how Texas John Slaughter still serves as an inspiration to modern lawmen in this post on

And the story of John Horton Slaughter is being told worldwide. Click here to listen to a Voice of America broadcast featuring Texas John as “one of the deadliest gunmen of the Wild West.” You can download the mp3 for later listening.

A New York Times travel reporter visited Slaughter Ranch in 2008, and printed this story in the January 11th edition.

Is Slaughter Ranch haunted? Writer Debe Branning says maybe so. Read her Examiner piece, “Spirits of John Slaughter Ranch”.

Frommer’s Travel Guide has a review of Slaughter Ranch Museum.

So does Virtual Tourist…posted by one of their members who provides a lot of information about what you’ll see when you visit Slaughter Ranch. Click here.

One of our recent visitors wrote about his trip to Slaughter Ranch and posted pictures in a couple of posts on his “Road Trip” blog.

This fellow writes one of the best travel blogs out there, The Bayfield Bunch…touring America via RV. Read what he wrote and see the gorgeous pictures he took during a visit to Slaughter Ranch in 2009.

Contact us today to reserve a time for your visit to Slaughter Ranch!