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Many graves 200+ years old. Security on site. Narrow gravel roads to drive on. Scattered... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Larry B
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This is one of the oldest cemeteries in El Paso. No doubt in its early days it was isolated on the... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
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This historic cemetery is the final resting place of John Wesley Hardin, "The Fastest Gun in the West."
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3700 East Yandell Drive, El Paso, TX 79903
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Many graves 200+ years old. Security on site. Narrow gravel roads to drive on. Scattered interpretive signs

Thank Larry B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is one of the oldest cemeteries in El Paso. No doubt in its early days it was isolated on the outskirts of town, but today the city has built up around it. This cemetery is the final resting play of old west gunfighter John...More

Thank SneakinDeacon
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This is not your typical cemetery. Dating back to the 1850's, outlaws, clergymen, free masons, paupers, and people of Jewish decent are buried here in the "Caliche". It's (very) hot in the summer to walk around this very large cemetery. Don't stand in one place...More

Thank Cris S
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

My husband's grandfather, whom he never met, and his grandfather's mother are both buried here. Most of the cemetery is very bare, as it is in the desert after all. Wear closed toe shoes because there are burrs in what little grass there is. Very...More

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Reviewed July 6, 2018

Not fancy, not eye-catching. Just an old graveyard beneath a large highway intersection. Use the late afternoon hours when shadows grow longer or very early in the morning to embrace the atmosphere. And there is more to see than just John Wesley Hardin. Read the...More

Thank 4everTX
Reviewed June 13, 2018

We spent several hours looking around and taking pictures. All the rich history that was there. It gives you the feel of what the "OLD WEST" was all about.

Thank Lynn R
Reviewed May 15, 2018

Google to find history, take your camera and take your picture in front of Wesly Hardin's gravesite, the infamous gunslinger. Night tours are available with a guide, now isn't that creepy. When you are finished walk across to Concordia Restaurant.

Thank IDR2014
Reviewed April 25, 2018

Visited on 4/6. Desert cemetery - rocks & sand. Many old monuments/markers - some are blank now due to weather. Very well kept.

Thank Anita W
Reviewed February 5, 2018 via mobile

My wife and I visited this historic cemetery on Monday afternoon, February 5th, 2018. Immediately after we parked our car the contracted Security guard, Mr. A. Miller approached our vehicle. He inquired as to what the purpose of our stop was, in which we indicated...More

Thank Ed K
Reviewed January 13, 2018

If you have an interest in the history of the Old West (and are willing to do a little homework), this location is a "must see" on your trip to ElPassthru.Nothing elegant or noble about it -- but a little research about its inhabitants, famous/infamous...More

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Response from Sue M L T | Reviewed this property |
Your best bet is to contact the Concordia Heritage Association. They have a Facebook and web page. They are the ones charged with taking care of the cemetery and may be able to help you.
June 25, 2017|
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Response from MJLoveables | Reviewed this property |
There is not anyone to give you a msp. However, there is a n event when they do reenactments of the gundlingets! Bif fall Soldiers ,etc... they will be at their Graves telling you a little about themselved. Call (915... More