Fort Sill, Oklahoma: Geronimo's Grave

The legendary Apache was killed and died here. Most of him is buried here, too, but not his skull, which somehow ended up in George W. Bush's frat at Yale.

Bailtso Apache South Cemetery

Address:
Dodge Hill Rd, Fort Sill, OK
Directions:
I-44 exit 39 (northbound) or 40B (southbound). Drive west on US Hwy 62, then take the second exit onto Sheridan Rd. Turn north. Pick up a pass at the Visitor Control Center. They'll give you a map and directions to the grave (It's a 15 minute drive).
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Geronimo's Grave

You will need to visit the Fort Sill Visitor Control Center off of Sheridan Road to get a visitor's pass, if you do not have a military ID.

[Anna, 05/06/2018]
Geronimo's Grave

The grave is on the Fort Sill military base. To gain access, the soldier at the gate will do a background check on you before issuing a pass and allowing you on the base.

[Anne Marie Lewis, 06/21/2015]

Geronimo's grave.

Geronimo Grave Site

The grave site of Geronimo, his wife Zi-yeh and daughter Eva Geronimo Godeley are in the Apache Indian Cemetery inside Fort Sill.

[Joe Boulter, 10/13/2007]

We've reported in the past about the controversy surrounding Geronimo's skull and its continuing adventures.

Nearby Offbeat Places

Atomic CannonAtomic Cannon, Fort Sill, OK - 2 mi.
U.S. Army Field Artillery Museum - Mule GunU.S. Army Field Artillery Museum - Mule Gun, Fort Sill, OK - 2 mi.
24-hr. Prayer Teepee24-hr. Prayer Teepee, Apache, OK - 13 mi.
In the region:
Mural on Route 66 Hospice, El Reno, OK - 62 mi.

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