- Doc Holliday’s gravesite brings the Old West alive once more
- Open year-round
- Visit Doc’s grave for no admission charge
- It’s a short ½-mile hike uphill to the site
- Doc Holliday is known for his involvement in the Gunfight at the OK Corral
Find out how the Old West comes alive when you visit Doc Holliday’s grave in an old cemetery in Glenwood Springs. Thousands come each year to see this historic site.
You’ll find the Doc Holliday gravesite in the Linwood Cemetery in Glenwood Springs, Colorado. The ½-mile trail to the grave starts at the corner of 12th Street and Bennett Avenue.
Open year round, you can visit the gravesite from dawn to dusk.
Visiting Doc Holliday’s grave has no admission fee. You can view it for free.
Doc Holliday gained the nickname “Doc” since he was a dentist. But he was better known as a gambler who got involved in a number of gunfights. He was also well known for his relationship with Wyatt Earp and the famous gunfight at the OK Corral. Doc, in ill health, retired in Glenwood Springs to live out his remaining years. Although diagnosed with tuberculosis and given only months to live, he survived another 15 years. Although expecting a violent death at the hand of a gunman, Doc died peacefully in his own bed.