7838 Calion Hwy   El Dorado, AR  71730

CABINS
In keeping with ranching tradition, new fangled contraptions such as telephones and televisions are not provided in the cabins. Each cabin is tastefully decorated and has its own private bath, small refrigerator, coffee pot and microwave.
Sleeps up to 4.
Queen bed with
two single beds in loft.
 Cots are available for more.

$99.99 per night

 
 
Wild Bill Hickok
On July 21, 1865, in the town square of Springfield, Missouri, James Butler Hickok ("Wild Bill") met and killed Davis Tutt in a "quick draw duel" –the first of its kind. Fiction later popularized Hickok's "quick draw gunfight" as typical, but Hickok's is the first one on record to fit the portrayal. During the duel, rather than the face-to-face fast-draw as is commonly shown in movies, the two men faced each other sideways in the historic dueling stance, drawing and aiming their weapons before firing.



 


Annie Oakley
Throughout her career, it is believed that Phoebe Ann Moses ("Annie Oakley") taught upwards of 15,000 women how to use a gun. Oakley believed strongly that it was crucial for women to learn how to use a gun, as not only a form of physical and mental exercise, but also to defend themselves. She said: "I would like to see every woman know how to handle [firearms] as naturally as they know how to handle babies."