The Calico Ghost Tours are an experience like no other. Where else can you stroll a historical town or actual mine and feel the history and perhaps experience some paranormal activity. Guests enjoy the tours whether they are believers in ghosts and the paranormal or not. The tours are enjoyed by all ages from children to 100. We are also pet friendly, so you can bring your dog along with you. Visit the Tours page to learn more about each of the Ghost Tours available.
There is a separate entry fee for the town of Calico daily between 9-5.
We offer private tours also! Restrictions apply see the Tours page for more information.
We are thrilled to announce the Bottle House is now open to the public Saturdays and Sundays. Not only can you buy your Ghost tour tickets and attractions tickets, but you can pick up some great zombie novelty items. Please visit The Other Side on your next visit to Calico Ghost Town.
To pay homage to Dorsey the mail dog, a dog boutique is now open at the top of Main street. Be sure to visit Dorsey's Dog House next time you are in town. You can visit online at www.dorseysdoghouse.com too.
The Ghost Tours are conducted within Calico Ghost Town. Calico is part of the San Bernardino Regional Parks system and does have additional charges for entrance during business hours. Please visit www.calicotown.com for more information about the town and other businesses on site.
For information on the Maggie Mine, Mystery Shack, Gold Panning, or the Calico Odessa Railroad at Calico Ghost Town, please visit www.calicoattractions.com.
36600 Ghost Town Road, Yermo, CA, United States
Civil War Reenactment, February 16-17, 2019
Be sure to join us for this great weekend. Ghost tours reservations will be open February 1, 2019. Call 760-254-3719 to make your reservations. Do not delay we will sell out!
Tours are offered every Saturday evening of the year. There are three separate tours to choose from. See the Tours page for information on the tours.
Call 760-254-3719 for more information and to book your reservations.
Though historical events and accounts are discussed and all efforts are made to be accurate, the tours are intended for entertainment purposes.