The saloon is a real authentic replica of an old west watering hole. It makes you feel like you’re back in the 1800’s. It is one of the Towns original buildings, built by the founder Len Mohr, which has changed little over the years. It contains a large refurbished antique wood stove along with handcrafted wooden tables and seating, and loads of period era memorabilia.
The bar area was redesigned to provide a larger working area for staff as it serves as a central hub including quest reception. All the existing bar services wares are included along with the POS systems as per the Saloon inventory list.
The campground is a good size with about 85 individually designated sites. Many are treed and some are along the creek. Power and water is provided to 22 sites in two separate loops. There are 3 grassy group areas which are popular for reunions and groups who wish to camp together and circle the wagons. Fire pits are available in the group areas and individual sites. A parking area is provided for utility trailers and additional vehicles.
A shower house is conveniently located with flush toilets and free showers. Several outhouses can be found throughout the property.There is a centrally located open field used for activities and a playground. The creek is extremely popular as it offers a beach with clean water to swim or soak in.
The campground is picturesque and free of road noise and dust found in the majority of RV parks and resorts. Most of our guests enjoy their camping experience and return year after year to this lovely western resort .
The Restaurant is attached to the Saloon and accessed through 2 open entrances with optional privacy doors. The opposite end leads on the back deck and Banquet Hall. There is also direct access to the kitchen through a small bar service area. Modern wheelchair accessible bathrooms are attached.
The Restaurant contains another large antique wood stove similar to the one in the Saloon. A large screen TV and sound system is included. The restaurant seats 50 persons comfortably and alternatively serves as a private banquet or corporate meeting room. Tables and chairs are included along with all the necessary wares as detailed on the restaurant inventory list
The original kitchen was demolished in 2008. A new much larger commercial kitchen was built and completed the following year. It is part of an independent insulated structure attached to the Restaurant and the Saloon through insulated doors. The structure also contains an office, pantry, and bathrooms. It is powered by a separate 100amp electrical panel and heated by a 120,000BTU furnace.
All new equipment was installed including 2 large Garland ovens with multiple burners and flat top plus salamanders, a Garland convection oven, 2 deep fryers, char broiler, Lamber dishwasher, prep coolers and tables, freezers, and a complete range of equipment and appliances as listed in the included inventory.
The kitchen is large enough and equipped to handle banquets of up to 300 people. Dinnerware service is included for approximately 225+ persons for banquets, and 100+ persons for the restaurant.
The motel contains 8 full service rooms plus laundry built in 2001. Each room contains 2 double beds, sitting area, TV, satellite, and coffee maker. All the bedding and bathroom linens are included. The rooms were recently renovated with new hardwood floors, handcrafted wood trimming, and upgraded bathrooms. All are freshly repainted. The rooms lead out onto a common area wood covered veranda. The outside skirting has been replaced with new insulation.
The Motel offers a convenient alternative accommodation particularly during weddings and other special events where it is almost always fully booked.
There are 7 Cabins conveniently located and made of insulated wood frame construction. They all have modern gas heaters and usable antique wood stoves. Furnishings and bedding is included. Most sleep 4 persons except for Cabin 6 which sleeps 6 and has power with a small fridge and microwave. They all have a sitting area inside and covered porch outside as well as a large fire pit. We provide lanterns, bedding, and water. Often people will bring additional camping gear for additional convenience. They are very comfortable and popular with most guests many of whom return year after year
The outside patio decks wrap around from the front of the Saloon to the back of the Restaurant/Hall area. The front deck is original with wood crafted tables and seating. The side and back decks were recently extended and covered to allow for additional patio furniture. They are all very popular both as restaurant seating and during functions. The decks are licensed as is a large bon fire pit used during Banquet Hall functions.
The Banquet Hall was newly built and completed in 2011. Although mainly utilized for weddings it also serves for corporate functions, family reunions, dances, etc. The structure is 80’ long x 32’ wide x 14’ high with vaulted ceiling. It is insulated and skirted and includes a newly installed overhead heating system. Inside is a fully functional bar with pop dispenser and coolers. Banquet tables and approximately 250 banquet chairs are included.
The Banquet Hall is an integral addition to the facility which has greatly expanded the wedding and special event clientele. The additional business generated vertically integrates with all other components of the facility. This increases revenues in Accommodations, at the Saloon, Restaurant, Store, and Equine services. The resulting ongoing potential from a business sense is substantial.