MOVE THE CLOCK BACK and COME TO CHISHOLM TRIAL FESTIVAL
This Saturday, 10th of October, travel to the Old West of 1800’s
Chisholm Trail Festival in Yukon Oklahoma
This Saturday, October 10th, transport yourself back in time and celebrate the history of western heritage in Oklahoma. Chisholm Trail Festival in Yukon, OK will be in full swing. It’s 30th anniversary!
Mark your calendar for the annual Chisholm Trail Festival, slated for Saturday, October 10, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Mollie Spencer Farm, 1001 Garth Brooks Blvd. in Yukon. Admission is FREE!
The family-oriented event celebrates the western history of the famous Chisholm Trail. The festival is filled with living history re-enactors of the Old West, a variety food trucks, gunfights, craft booths, chuck wagons, and the ever-popular Kids Korral. 2020 marks a special year for the festival, as it celebrates its 30th year.
Come and listen to the Old West stories and talk to the chuck-wagon cook as he makes sourdough biscuits. Visit soldiers who fought in the Civil War and witness live artillery and Signal Corps demonstrations. Watch the blacksmiths at work and stroll to the Saloon for a cold sarsaparilla.
Mr. J.W. Parker, the local Chisholm Trail history expert, is no longer here to amaze us with his Chisholm Trail knowledge but we will also get a chance to experience Parker Station to learn more about Chisholm Trail History and the history of the Mollie Spencer Farm, which was owned by L.M. Spencer, one of Yukon’s founders.
If you get tired you can relax on a hay bale and and listen to the music.
Watch the gunfights, races, Express Clyde and Pony Show, Western Tack, pony rides and listen live Country Music. There will be so much to witness and learn…and of course don’t forget the FOOD!