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Grafton Cemetery (Ghost Town), Utah

Categories: Ghost Towns, Tourist Spots
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  • Do not expect to spend a long time here, but it is definitely worth a visit. It is a visit on your own sort of ghost town at the end of a gravel road just outside Zions National Park. It's history us ...  read more »
  • We have can't find even the very small exit sign "Graftom". Without maps which has navigated us through Rockville to Graftom road Rchtg. Graftom, we had long sought the departure. The trail is somewhat bumpy and not always obvious whether publicly available or not. But we arrived after about four miles of Graftom without any problems. The "Ghosttown" is worth a visit. It provides a how hard that life must have been at that time and the houses are really well preserved for her age. History pur magnificent backdrop!
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  • We stopped here on the way driving from Zion to Las Vegas. Took no more than 15 min off the main road to reach. Although you pass the turn off for the cemetery first, we opted to visit the little sett...  read more »
  • Although this had a very ere feeling, it was so cool to see a ghost town! It wasn't like a traditional one that you see in the movies but, it was very cool to see what one actually looked like! I would recommend visiting if you are ever looking for something to do on a day without anything planned!
  • I lived less than a mile from here, in a cabin on top of the mesa overlooking Rockville, 1978. This spot is one of my favorite things to show friends and family when we drive through Utah. A cool bit of film history happened in Grafton ghost's featured in the movie "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid". It's remote and most tourists miss the little turn-off or do not know it exists, I've never run into a tourist here. The headstones are cool and worth the time to drive off highway. Very scenic area!
  • Interesting side trip. Well preserved.
  • Blast from the past. Not a sight you will soon forget.
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