Points of Interests

This page has a collection of places of interest to John Wayne fans. The places listed here are directly or in directly related to John Wayne. Either a movie was shot there or it’s a place frequented by John Wayne.

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Fort Apache Historic Park
Located in the heart of Apache country, Fort Apache was an isolated outpost of Anglo expansion. Today it recalls a turbulent period of both conflict and cooperation between representatives of the United States and the various bands of the Western Apaches.

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Old Tucson Studios

From screen legends such as John Wayne and Burt Lancaster, to modern-day cowboys including Kurt Russell and Leonardo DiCaprio, a galaxy of Hollywood stars have left their mark on our action-packed streets providing the world with some of the most memorable scenes in western movie history.

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Melody Ranch
Legendary cowboy actors, including William S. Hart, Gary Cooper, Tom Mix, Roy Rogers, Bill Boyd, and John Wayne filmed their westerns here.

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Visit Larian Motel
in Downtown Tombstone, Arizona.
Many interesting items and links. View a photo of the abandoned McLintock movie set on this site.

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HornBlower Cruises & Events
HornBlower is the current owner of John Wayne’s boat  The Wild Goose. The Wild Goose was a minesweeper in 1942, and was  purchased and renamed the Wild Goose by legendary actor John Wayne.

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John Wayne Marina
Visit the john Wayne Marina page on the northolympic.com web site

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Durango Western Movie Society

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