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Chloride, Arizona, Chloride

#74 of 143 in Historic Sites in Arizona
Ghost Town · Mysterious Site
Chloride is a onetime silver mining camp in Mohave County, Arizona, United States, and is considered the oldest continuously inhabited mining town in the state. Chloride has a ZIP Code of 86431; in 2000, the population of the 86431 ZCTA was 352.
Chloride is located on the southwest flank of the Cerbat Mountains, northwest of Kingman. Grasshopper Junction is four miles to the west on U.S. Route 93.
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  • It's easy to get to off of Hwy 93 not to far from Kingman. It's an actual town that has what looks to be a pretty neat little hotel and a super nice restaurant. They have the old "ghost" town...  more »
  • This place is worth seeing, especially if you drive up to the murals. Yesterday's restaurant was closed when we last went there a year or so ago, however. Just drive the streets to see what's there...  more »

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