Rawhide, Arizona's largest western attraction provides a glimpse of life in an 1880s western town. Main Street is lined with over twenty unique specialty shops including a general store, a working blacksmith shop, an old-fashioned confectionery, an 1880s tintype photo studio, a western clothing store and a Native American Marketplace. Attractions include cowboy shootouts and stunt shows, stagecoach rides, a petting ranch, gold panning, an Old West museum, cowboy games, a shootin' gallery and train, and burro and camel rides.
Plus, enjoy seasonal Sundown Desert cookouts, live country western music, rodeos, special events, and an antique saloon and much more.
Nestled in the Sonoran Desert, Rawhide's Native American Village comes to life with traditional Native American dances, crafts, legend telling, and a bow and arrow shoot.