Gammons Gulch From The Air


You MUST CALL ahead to be sure there are tours scheduled when you arrive.

  • September through May
    Wednesday through Sunday. Reservations Only.
  • June through August Reservations Only.
  • Nominal admission fee charged per project, tours or party.
  • Sorry, we accept only cash or checks.

Please call ahead to make your reservation and guarantee we'll be
open to the general public.
(520) 212-2831.

Filmed at the Gulch Movie Set Location - Dead Men the series
"Dead Men the Series"
films at the Gulch!

Gammons Gulch is located
minutes from:

  • Kartchner Caverns
  • Benson
  • The Amerind Foundation
  • Holy Trinity Monastery
  • Fort Huachuca Museum
  • Sierra Vista
  • Bisbee
  • Douglas
  • Willcox
  • Fort Bowie
  • Tombstone
  • Old Tucson Studios
Jay Gammons with John Wayne
Jay Gammons with
John Wayne

Alyssa Milano at Gammons Gulch
Alyssa Milano at
Gammons Gulch

Recent Filming at Gammons Gulch
Recent Filming at
Gammons Gulch
William Shockley and Peter Coyote on the set of "The Gundown"
William Shockley and Peter Coyote on the set of "The Gundown"
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Gammons Gulch Set Improvements

See Gammons Gulch new improvements and experience the evolution of the world famous Arizona Movie Set and Museum.

We are always striving to improve the town. Check out the newest updates to the Gulch.

Western Town Location Rental
Everything happens a “High Noon” in the Old West! This is now the New Look to the Town Hall.
Photos by: Joanne Gammons

Western Town Location Rental
Closeup Front of the Town Hall.


Wells Fargo Building
Our new look to  the Wells Fargo building and the Town Hall.



Draw The Line Film the Center for American Values is a group out of Pueblo Colorado, honoring of medal of honor winners wraps at the Gulch this week for a film that will be distributed to schools.

 Dalton Sprouse – Development Manager at Center for American Values

Drew Hicks-Medal of Honor Winner

We are so lucky to have had 2 Medal of Honor men here. Also a very famous make up artist, Ben Robbins. All wraps up by late today or tomorrow, at least at our location.

From left: Brad Padula (award winning Producer Director of “Draw the Line”), Drew Dix (Medal of Honor Recipient), Tod 
Bunting (Major General United States Air Force, retired). Lunch time on the set.

The Debacle

Filmed at Gammons Gulch Arizona Movie Set and Museum The Debacle

THE DEBACLE: Long time friends Vaughn (a devout hypochondriac) and Larry (a hapless and perpetually single romantic) have never met a challenge they haven’t run from. When a chance encounter with a stranger leads to their finding themselves transported to an old west town in the 1870’s, they’re forced into situations where failure appears to be a foregone conclusion. Terrified by change and even the hint of danger, Vaughn and Larry are a given a task that must be completed within two weeks or risk never returning to their modern day reality. Given their built-in limitations, a hilarious series of events ensue as they work to overcome their fears, competing interests and they must do battle with an ill-tempered gunslinger in an effort to return home.

The Debacle was filmed on location at Gammons Gulch Movie Studio, Benson, Arizona & Old Tucson Studios, Tucson, Arizona. Various locations in Indiana & Kentucky.

Pre-Order The Debacle Today!

The family, comedy The Debacle is now available for pre-order on DVD or Blu-Ray.

 The Debacle on DVD

 The Debacle on Blu-ray

This laugh-out-loud western also includes extras like a bloopers reel and extra scenes.

(*For non-U.S.A. orders please e-mail to inquire about shipping rates)

Just heard from the Producers of Debacle…, we’re getting close to seeing the finished project. Will keep you informed as more news comes in.

“The Debacle” was filmed in part at Gammons Gulch in July, 2011. It was produced and directed by Chris Koenig and Ryan Woods of Four 80 Vault Films