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At Rawhide Western Town visitors can experience the replica of an 1880's town from the Wild West complete with a Main Street, gunfighting shows throughout the day, stagecoach and burro rides, panning for gold, shootin' gallery, and a world-famous Steakhouse & Saloon.
The Rawhide Steakhouse won't let you hide from the action as it celebrates the spirit of its Southwestern roots through traditional cooking and cowboy-approved sized portions. Live music accompanies dinner and you can easily watch the entertainment outside from the comfort of your table.
Other activities include gunfights and stunt shows, riding a mechanical bull, playing cowboy games, watching a real blacksmith, rock climbing, petting zoo, riding the kiddie coaster, as well as a train ride. Some activities have height or weight or age restrictions. More ways to relive the Western fun include taking old west photos of your family in western gear or having your favorite (or least favorite) someone arrested.
Admission is complimentary to enter Rawhide except for the occasional special event. Visitors are free to dine in the restaurants or the saloon, visit the shops and walk around Main Street. To visit an attraction or go on a stagecoach or burro ride, prices are posted and tickets are available at several ticket booths located around Main Street.
Rawhide's days of operation are seasonal. Call for hours, and call for special holiday hours. Rawhide also has rodeo grounds, and lots of space for cookouts, conference events, and parties. Private event bookings are available for any day of the week.
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