• City Slickers Meets the Wild West

  • Southwestern Ohio
    Available May through September
    One to Four Nights......You Decide
    The American Cowboy is known all over the world as a symbol of America. The cowboy life might not have been quite as glamorous as the silver screen portrayed it, yet most of the men and women who lived their lives as cowboys or cowgirls wouldn't have traded it for any big city job available to them at the time.

    In no particular order, here are our picks for a tour that is sure to round up’ your group members.



  • Dogwood Pass

    Dogwood Pass is replica of an old west town set in the hills of southern Ohio. Walk through the gates and step back in time of the old west. The venue has an old Saloon, Jail, Mercantile, Bank, Old West Bath House, Church, and much more.


  • Dinner at Bonnybrook Farms

    A unique private event venue situated on a picturesque 350 acre working farm in southeastern Warren County. It is a land rich with history, lying in the valley of Todd Fork, a favorite hunting ground of the Shawnee Indians.



  • Entertainment at
    Bonnybrook Farms

    Popular award-winning Americana group, Wild Carrot (Pam Temple & Spencer Funk) “wrangle” a set of classic country, western, cowboy and western swing songs from the likes of Bob Wills, Gene Autry, Tex Ritter, Patsy Montana and Roy Rogers plus a few from today.  Want a root-toot-tootin’ evening of classic cowboy and country & western music? Then, saddle up, Pardner!


  • Morgan's Float Trip

    Prepare for fun and excitement! Guests will love their wilderness tour down the Little Miami River. Drift on a gentle floating raft tour through the beautiful, ancient valleys of the Little Miami and Whitewater Rivers. Both rivers are members of the National Scenic Rivers System. Your guide will introduce you to these pristine rivers with tales and knowledge of the wildlife and natural history that is so prevalent throughout these magnificent rivers.   A buffet lunch is included at the END of the float trip along the banks of the Little Miami River, at Morgan's Camp Ground.


  • Fort Ancient

    Ohio’s premier museum of Native American history and currently a candidate as a World Heritage Site. Fort Ancient offers a step on guide who will greet the guests and make them feel welcome and will share the current site interpretations of both the archaeological and American Indian communities. Your guide will explain the heritage as the motor coach drives through the grounds, highlighting the 18,000 feet of earthen walls.  Guests will have time to wander the grounds.


  • Tecumsah Outdoor Drama

    Witness the epic life story of the legendary Shawnee leader as he struggles to defend his sacred homelands in the Ohio country during the late 1700’s. TECUMSEH! has been labeled as one of the most mesmerizing dramas in the nation.  The huge, outdoor stages of the Sugarloaf Mountain Amphitheatre afford the audience a unique viewing experience. Sit beneath the stars as sheer spectacle surrounds you with a herd of galloping horses, live military cannon in action, and the most dazzling battle sequences offered on the American stage. Available June through end of August.

  • Dinner and Hoe Down
    Barn Dance

    Kick up your heels and enjoy an evening “BARN DANCE” complete with Ribs n’ Chicken , corn on the cob, biscuits, potato salad and dessert and sweet tea!! Cash bar.   Following dinner enjoy live music with the strums of the strings and the beat of an upright bass waft through the night beckoning the dancers and their partners or listen to the boots stompin’ and fingers snapping. From Square Dance to Two-Step to Swing, we’ve got something for everyone.

  • Hopewell Culture National
    Historical Park

    Dig up the past like a professional archaeologist during a mock dig with a Ranger from Hopewell Culture National Historical Park. Learn the techniques used to discover ancient artifacts hidden below the ground. Earthen mounds and embankments forming huge geometric enclosures grace the landscape of the Ohio River Valley. These monumental structures were built by Native American hands almost 2,000 years ago.

  • Majestic Theater to watch
    City Slickers

    Relax at the historic, Majestic Theatre to watch what can happen when city slickers try to be cowboys. Award winning film, "City Slickers" offers the audience a look into what can go wrong when three friends go to the southwest trying to be cowboys. Soda and Popcorn included.

  • Sunwatch Village

    Take an amazing journey back in time as you discover the 800 year-old partially-reconstructed Fort Ancient Village. Experience the heritage of Village residents as you enter replicas of their homes and gardens bringing their fascinating history to life. In the newly renovated Interpretive Center, learn about the early inhabitants of the Miami Valley as you explore the Museum with its exhibits on the villagers’ tools, methods of storing grain, houses and other aspects of everyday life. 

  • Buckin' Ohio - Creekbend Ranch

    Take a front row seat aboard the hay wagon where the bucking bulls await you. We hope you’re brave enough to follow the trail boss as we venture out into the pasture to check cattle and fence.   Take a leisurely stroll through the western town and take home a western treasure from our Creekbend General Store and Mercantile.

  • Dickinson's Cattle Ranch

    Welcome to a working Texas Longhorn Cattle Ranch, located in the beautiful Appalachian foothills. Enjoy an interpretive Longhorn Ranch Tour, which includes close up viewing of BueLingo, Texas Longhorn, and African Watusi cattle herds. The rugged ranch buses bounce across rough Appalachian foot hill pastures and go where the cattle roam -- up close and personal for guests. Guests may purchase special cow-candy to hand feed the cast members when acquiring tickets.