It is a tall and steep, sandy hill with tombstones all over it, which is where the sheriffs were buried. On top of the hill, there is a dying tree with a hole poked in the center of it. A grainy trail leads to the hill. There is a sign standing on two, wooden poles, that reads the cemetery's name in white bold capital letters. Lastly, there is a black, sharp fence next to the cemetery and the sign.
It started to "overflow," so any future sheriffs would be buried at Boot Hill. As it implies through the name, there is a dead tree on the hill.