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World, North America, USA, Kanab


Travel dates

5°C, 04:45

About the workproject

We need 4 volunteers

About the host

The Cowboy

Host since



English, Spanish

Last seen online

3 Months ago

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!

Project dates

Open for offers, contact us

Work to be done

  • hostel support

Expected workhours

  • 5 hours a day
  • 5 days a week

Work exchange deal

  • private room, shared room

  • shared meals

You are free to eat the hostel breakfast. Lunch is on your own, however there are usually leftovers. Dinner is eaten together as hostel family

  • no money is involved