Stage Station/Saloon

Commemorating the Chisholm Trail's Heyday

Our stage station/saloon is an ode to what a hotspot the Chisholm Trail used to be. During the heyday of the Chisholm Trail, there were 17 saloons in the area. Not only does this represent the extracurriculars of the time, but the stage station is a representation of the stage line that ran straight through Cleburne. 

During the busiest time of the Chisholm Trail, millions of heads of cattle were driven down the Chisholm Trail, making it a very busy route for both people and cows alike.

Museum Attractions

Step Back In Time & See What It Was Like To Live In The Wild West

Accessible by the public, the Chisholm Trail Outdoor Museum is an open area where visitors can learn about how the cattle drives along the trail impacted life and the history of the first county seat of Johnson County, Texas. Come check out the original courthouse, a stagecoach station, a blacksmith shop, and many more attractions on the banks of Lake Pat Cleburne on the Chisholm Trail. Be sure to check out the many Historical Markers along the Chisholm Trail for a fun driving adventure.