The Cowboy Bunkhouse pays homage to the cowboys, cowgirls, cattle trails and railroads of the 1800's. Each room is named after a cowboy or cowgirl: William Pickett, Frank Eaton, Pheobe Ann Oakley, and Myra Maybelle Shirley to name a few. Each (north south) hall is named after a cattle trail from Texas to Kansas: Shawnee, Chisolm, Western, and Goodnight-Loving. Each (east west) hall is named after a railroad: Union Pacific, Kansas Pacific, and Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe. Each room in the Kansas wing is named after a city where the cattle trails met the railroads: Dodge City, Abilene, and Wichita. Each room in the Texas wing is named after a city where the cattle drives began. Guests experience the west of the 1800's by sleeping in bunks, and sharing kitchen, dining, and shower facilities. Come share the adventure!