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About Bonnie Springs:
If you grew up watching cowboy movies or wondered what it would be like to be a part of the Old West, you’ll want to visit Bonnie Springs Ranch. Built in 1843, the ranch served as a stopping point (also known as a “tent town”) for travelers heading to California. Pauite Indians occupied the surrounding area. In 1952, the ranch transformed into the tourist attraction it is today.
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Located about 40 minutes southwest of the Las Vegas Strip, the Bonnie Springs ranch is a hidden gem within the Spring Mountain Range. For those who have fond memories of school field trips, a day here brings those feelings back, but with a Western kick. At Bonnie Springs, get a taste of the Old West complete with cowboys, a gun fight and hanging reenactments, fascinating Nevada history and a huge petting zoo. Visitors can catch a melodrama playing at Bonnie Springs year-round. Melodramas were a popular form of entertainment in the 1800s. Participate in a hiss-and-boo skit inside the saloon, then step outside and witness a staged gun fight. While the actors don’t use real ammunition, you may want to cover your ears because it still gets loud. After this cowboy showdown, put your two cents in during a hanging. The criminal’s fate is in your hands. Show times are Wednesday through Sunday at noon, 1:30 p.m. and 2:15 p.m. On Saturday and Sunday, see a posse show at 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. After the melodrama, the cowboys can take you on an informative wax museum tour. See wax figures modeled after historic figures, including President Abraham Lincoln, Jedediah Smith and Kit Carson, a famous gun fighter who spoke nine different Native American languages.
Address & Contact Information:
16395 Bonnie Springs Road,
Las Vegas, NV 89124