First of it’s Kind in the Pacific Northwest
Friday and Saturday Evening at 5:30….. look for authentic chuck wagons setup behind the grandstands. Line up and with a ticket choose the chuck wagon to serve you. Once the dinner bell rings, dig into the best food ever!
Tickets are $15 a person.
Tickets will go fast, see the Information
page for ordering tickets before the Show.
Tickets can be picked up and purchased if still available at the Show Office starting Thursday, July 18th.
Meet our Chuck Wagons -
Poverty Flats Camp – Maple Valley, Washington
John and Sandra Sullivan, Randy Hawkins
This wagon was manufactured by Weber Wagons in 1905.
Found in Ft. Stockton, Texas, it was restored by John and Sandy Sullivan in 2002.
This wagon has been in most major parades in Arizona and Washington State,
and also has been in the Oregon Trail Wagon Train three times
Paradies Rose – Arlington, Oregon
Rod McGuire, Lori McGuire, John Spain
Original Peter Schuttler Wagon built in the late 1800′s. The Wagon is all original except for the chuck box. This wagon is used on a daily basis for chuck wagon catering year around.
The Paradise Rose has competed in Lubbock, Texas in 2008 and placing amongst 33 wagons.
Musselshell Wagon – Round Up, Montana
Dan & Carol McCaffree
1895 Moline Rocky Mountain Special Wagon. Lots of period gear, an unique outfit.
Welcome to camp on the Musselshell. The end of the great divide!
Clatier Family Wagon – Rupert, Idaho
Tony Clatier, Diana and Adam
1922 WW Wagon, used on the UV Ranch in Northern Nevada until after WWII,
then was elected to the Pioneer Hall of Fame.
Rocking RO – Cottonwood, Idaho
Owned by Coyote Mule Company
Head cook Bob Ottmar from Moses Lake, Washington.
1880 Pete Schutler wagon. This wagon cooks for parties at the Coyote Mule Ranch, plus family events throughout the NW.
Coyote Mule Wagon - Cottonwood, Idaho
Owned by Coyote Mule Company – Barney & Bobbi Chambers
Head cooks Judy and Gary Porter of Grangeville, Idaho
The Coyote Mule Co. wagon was fully restored by Les Myers in 2005. The wagon is a 1870 Thornhill, sold by Combs – Comer and Co., Celina, Tenn. The Coyote Mule Company bar horseshoe brand has been used by the Chambers family since 1880. Originating in Pagosa Springs Colorado as a cattle and sheep ranch, this brand has been used by the family from Arizona, Utah, Wyoming, Montana and currently today in Idaho. Look for fine mules carrying this brand and you will know it is a Coyote Mule.
Lightening A Chuck Wagon – Chewalah, Washington
Owned by Les and Pat Myers
Head cooks Les and Pat Myers
Pat and I have purchased a new old wagon and have been turning it into a Chuck wagon. The wagon is an 1890′s Weber wagon. Weber started building wagons in 1845 and in the 1900′s was bought out by International Harvester. We have made is as authentic as possible.
The 9-0 Ranch – Midvale, Idaho
Morris Brothers Chuck Wagon, Jim and Trudy Morris
This chuck wagon was originally built in the late 1800′s. It has a 42-inch wide Studebaker chassis and “butcher knife” wheels. Johnny and Rickey Morris recovered the decaying wagon from an abandoned sheep camp in the mountains of McCammon, Idaho. In 1991 they restored it as authentically as possible using reference from publications such as Time Life Book, and from the classic John Wayne movie “The Cowboys”. They gathered wagon parts from Oregon, Nevada and Idaho. The 9-0 Ranch is a traditional working ranch with mother cows and calves. Johnny and Trudy Morris own and operate the ranch which is nestled in Middle Valley (Midvale) surrounded by Hitt, Cuddy, Indian and West Mountains in west-central Idaho.