2017 SEASON OPENS:
Saturday, Mid-May through
*Main Road Construction & Weather Permitting
Saturdays & Sundays
(and Monday Holidays)
10 am - 5 pm
"Thanks for keeping history alive. Looking for ancestor's graves was unforgettable."
"Brilliant place - great memories!"
"Amazingly beautiful...a step back in time."
TO VISIT THE HISTORIC
(Weather & rod conditions permitting)
High clearance 4-wheel drive
is REQUIRED to drive the rough
2 mile round-trip road that begins
just beyond the church at the
end of town and heads back into a
north of Mogollon.
...the ghost town that refuses to die.
...dedicated to honor and memorialize those interred in the Mogollon Cemetery.
View our online database.
MOGOLLON CEMETERY ARCHIVES Building
The Mogollon Cemetery was founded in 1891 and is approximately 3 acres and a resting place to 200 graves. An effort to document the history of the people interred began in 2003 and was compiled over five years (2008) creating what is now The Mogollon Cemetery Archives Historical Database.
Mogollon Cemetery Archives Building
This database, containing grave site records, drawings and photographs, is housed and available for viewing at The Mogollon Cemetery Archives building next to The Purple Onion Café, as well as online.
The effort continues to document the history of the people interred. If you have photos, family history, or any information that would be helpful to this endeavor, please mail to:
Mogollon Cemetery Archives
HC 61 Box 310
Mogollon, NM 88039
You may also contact us directly
by email with any questions:
Map of rough 2 mile round-trip road
(high clearance 4-wheel drive terrain)
to visit the historic cemetery.
Map available for download [1.4 mb]