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P.O. Box 1474 - 400 W. Wyatt Earp Blvd. Dodge City, KS 67801 www.visitdodgecity.org

DODGE CITY KANSAS

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Let us show you around! Dodge City offers you the fun, excitement, and history of the Old West. While you are here, whether it’s for just a few hours or a few days, use this handy guide to help you find everything ranging from accommodations, attractions, excellent food, and entertainment. If you have additional questions about what to see or do here in the Cowboy Capital, please check out www.visitdodgecity.org, or stop by the Visitor Information Center located at 400 W. Wyatt Earp Blvd. We are here to make your visit to the “Old West” a memorable one with plenty of attractions that will take you back in time to the years of the “Wickedest Little City in America,” the same town the TV show “Gunsmoke” was based on. Live the legend that is Dodge City and “Get The Heck INTO Dodge!”

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HISTORY

The Cowboy statue, erected in 1927 outside of the Boot Hill Distillery

A portion of the original Front Street

The Santa Fe Trail opened in 1821 by William Becknell, became a great commercial route between Franklin, Missouri, and Santa Fe, New Mexico, until 1880. Thousands of wagons traveled the Mountain Branch of the trail that went west from Dodge City along the north bank of the Arkansas River into Colorado. For those willing to risk the dangers of waterless sandhills, a shorter route called the “Cimarron Cutoff ” crossed the river near Dodge City and went southwest to the Cimarron River. Fort Dodge was established in 1865 on the Santa Fe Trail, midway between two major Indian crossings on the Arkansas River. It was an important outpost on the western frontier; offering protection to wagon trains and serving as a supply base for troops engaged in the Native American wars. Kiowa, Cheyenne and other Plains tribes inhabited the area, and wild game was abundant including vast herds of buffalo. Dodge City was founded in 1872, just five miles west of Fort Dodge on the edge of the military reservation. It quickly became a trade center for travelers and buffalo hunters. The same year, the railroad reached Dodge City, assuring its continued existence and making it a major shipping point. An estimated 850,000 buffalo hides were shipped from Dodge City in the years 1872 to 1874. By 1875, the buffalo were gone as a source of revenue, but the Longhorn cattle of Texas soon took their place. From 1875 to 1886, over 5,000,000 cattle were driven up the Western Trail from Texas to Dodge City. Cowboys from the cattle drives had more than a little influence in establishing Dodge City’s reputation as the wildest town on the western frontier. Such notable lawmen as Bat Masterson and Wyatt Earp became legends in their own time as they fought to bring law and order to the streets of Dodge City. During those first years, the population varied according to the season, swelling during the summer with the influx of cowboys, buyers, gamblers, and prostitutes. Business, dance halls, and saloons catered to the Texas trade. The town thrived and its populace of buffalo hunters, railroad workers, soldiers, and drifters “settled their differences” in shoot-outs. Lawlessness reigned, creating the need for a burial place, Boot Hill Cemetery. For six years Dodge had no official cemetery. Those who had friends, enough money, or sufficient standing in the community were buried in the post cemetery at Fort Dodge. Others, penniless or unknown, were buried where it was convenient to dig a hole. Boot Hill Cemetery, now a part of downtown Dodge City, is the most famous burial ground in all western lore, even though it was only used until 1878. Fort Dodge was closed in 1882, and by 1886, the cattle drives had ended. An illustrious period of history was over, but the legend lives on in Dodge City’s historic preservation of its romantic and internationally famous past. — Kansas Heritage Center

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TRANSPORTATION

The original Great Western Hotel

Dodge City Regional Airport located just east of Dodge City offers service to and from Denver with connections to the rest of the world. Contact the airport at (620) 255-6452 or check our website for additional information. Crott’s Aircraft Service Inc. offers charter service. Call (620) 227-3553. Amtrak’s Southwest Chief makes a stop in the heart of downtown Dodge City.  Call 1-800-USA-RAIL or visit www.amtrak.com. Visitors may take Los Paisanos Autobus Inc. to Dodge City and then down the road after their visit ends. Call (620) 338-8894. Getting around the local area is extremely easy thanks to Dodge City Public Transportation with local fixed bus routes and multiple choices for local taxi services. Call (620) 225-8119 or check our website for a list of taxi providers. Uber and Lyft drivers are also available by downloading the Uber or Lyft app.

DID YOU KNOW?

The Dodge City Cowboy Band played at the inauguration of President Harrison in 1889. They still perform every Tuesday night in June & July at the Wright Park Band Shell.

Renovations were completed in 2017 of the Historic Santa Fe Depot

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CATCH A GUNFIGHT AT

BOOT HILL MUSEUM

DID YOU KNOW? The first herd of Texas cattle reached Dodge City in 1875. .

ATTRACTIONS

Historic Trolley Tours begin at the Visitor Information Center

The Visitor Information Center at 400 W. Wyatt Earp Blvd., is an excellent place for Dodge City guests to begin their visit. There are many resources at the Center to help plan trips as well as helpful and friendly staff ready to answer your questions. Guests can also buy their tickets for the Historic Trolley Tour. The tour gives a great overview of Dodge City, so visitors do not miss anything during their stay. The hour-long tour includes places where history was made such as Fort Dodge, the Mueller-Schmidt House, and other historic locations.

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Tours are given daily from Memorial Day Weekend thru Labor Day. Call (620) 225-8186 for more information. If the trolley is not available, guests can pick up a Historic Dodge City Walking Tour in conjunction with the Dodge City Trail of Fame Walking Tour brochure at the Visitor Information Center. The walking tour highlights more than 29 medallions dedicated to the famous people of Dodge City, both historical and fictional. The tour also takes you by several sculptures where guests can revisit the heroes of the past. Sculptures include; Dodge City Lawman, Wyatt Earp, a gaming table where Doc Holliday sits, a life-sized sculpture of the fictional character Matt Dillon played by James Arness on the TV series, Gunsmoke, and El Capitan, the longhorn steer commemorating the Texas cattle drives to Dodge City. Guided walking tours may be arranged by calling (620) 253-9231. Boot Hill Museum takes guests back in time. In the summer, witness gunfight reenactments, enjoy a Variety Show at the Long Branch Saloon with a bottle of cold sarsaparilla after a delicious country-style dinner prepared at the Museum. Open year-round, but closed on Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day. Find admission prices at boothill.org or call the museum at (620) 227-8188. Sit at the gaming tables just like Doc Holliday, Wyatt Earp, and Bat Masterson did. Boot Hill Casino & Resort offers hundreds of slot machines, 19 table games, live poker tables, plus real roulette, real craps, and no ante. Visit boothillcasino.com or call (620) 682-7777 for more information. Don’t forget to visit the United Wireless Arena, concerts and events are held here all year-round. Check their schedule at unitedwirelessarena.com or call (620) 371-7390 to catch some of the wildest entertainment in the Old West. For more than three decades, the Depot Theater Company has been our “Broadway on the Prairie,” offering a state-of-the-art dinner theater, cutting-edge “Side Track” productions, cabarets, a student training division, and much

Try your luck at the Boot Hill Casino & Resort

Matt Dillion played by James Arness from the series Gunsmoke, outside of the Visitor Information Center

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The Longbranch Lagoon Water Park is the perfect place to cool off after a long ride on the dusty trail

The Longhorn Cattle Drive takes place every summer during Dodge City Days

Dodge City Brewing

more. “The Company” invites you to where the bright lights meet the rails at their theater located inside the Historic Santa Fe Depot. View the performance schedule and order tickets online at depottheaterco.com or call (620) 225-1001. Adrenaline junkies will get their fill at the 3/8 mile dirt racetrack. Dodge City Raceway Park hosts thousands of racing fans each season and boasts an impressive racing schedule. Featured events include; World of Outlaws, Driver Appreciation Night, and Sprint Car Nationals. Racing season runs April through October. Call (620) 225-3277 or visit dodgecityraceway.com for more information. Enjoy a relaxing picnic under the shade of a tree or spend a time of reflection at Liberty Garden, a memorial to the events of September 11, in Dodge City’s largest park, Wright Park. Also located inside the park is the Wright Park Zoo. The zoo is open daily except during inclement weather and admission is free. A dog park is also located in this park. Dodge City’s numerous parks feature; playgrounds, walking/biking trails, basketball courts, sand volleyball, practice fields, horseshoe pits, an arboretum, and shelters. Call (620) 225-8163 for more information. Also located in Wright Park is the Long Branch Lagoon Water Park. The western-themed water park with over 27,000 square feet of fun and exciting family aquatic adventure awaits. Float along Cowboy Creek, relax and feel the waves at Wrangler Rapids wave pool, but that’s not all! Rip down Doc’s Plunge, the Gunslinger slide that will take your breath away. Don’t forget “Fort Splash”, the shallow water pool and play area, an olympic sized lap pool, and much more! Visit lblagoon.com or call (620) 225-8156 for more information. The Kansas Teachers’ Hall of Fame is the first one of its kind in the United States. The gallery pays tribute to this noble profession. Visit an “old time” one-room schoolhouse from the 1800’s. This facility is also home to the Gunfighters Wax Museum. See life-size wax figures of famous western personalities and get a glimpse of the men and women who made Dodge City famous. Call (620) 225-7311 or visit teachershallfamedodgecityks.org for more information. Get a glimpse of how early Dodge City residents lived at the Mueller-Schmidt House. The home is a three-story native limestone house constructed in 1881.

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This ‘Home of Stone’ still has its original furnishings and a gallery dedicated to the pioneer women of Ford County. Call (620) 227-6791 for more information. Santa Fe Trail Ruts of the original wagon trail used by pioneers from 1821 to 1872 are still visible nine miles west of town. Stand out on this undisturbed prairie and imagine the courage of our early settlers. The area is listed on the National Register of Historic Sites.

Other Things to See

There are many locations of interest to see while you’re here. Historical storyboards tell the stories of the Mexican Village, a city within a city; the importance of the 100th Meridian Marker, separating east from west and an important boundary for the Louisiana Purchase; beautiful Gospel Hill Churches. Don’t forget to marvel at the Stan Herd murals, located downtown. See La Salsa Man, created by the late Hollywood actor and Dodge City native, Dennis Hopper. If you are looking for an opportunity to research local and Kansas history, you will find the Kansas Heritage Center a great help. The Center has extensive resources on the history of Kansas, Dodge City, and the Old West. Call (620) 225-0248 for more information. The local VFW is very proud of their Southwest Kansas Veterans’ Memorial, the only veterans memorial containing both armed forces and reservists, located at 909 13th Avenue. Located on the east edge of town near the airport is a small herd of longhorn cattle, in Longhorn Park, commemorating Dodge City’s role in the cattle drives. A quick trip five miles east of town will take you to Fort Dodge & the Kansas Veterans’ Cemetery. The Fort served as a supply depot and base of operations against Native American threats from 1865-1882. It now serves our veterans as a Kansas Soldiers’ Home. Just another mile to the east, you’ll find Coronado Cross, standing 38’ tall, marking the spot where Francisco Vasquez de Coronado, a Spanish explorer, is said to have crossed the Arkansas River in search of the fabled “Cities of Gold” in 1541. Call (620) 227-2121 for more information.

Kansas Teachers’ Hall of Fame and Gunfighters Wax Museum

Dodge City Raceway Park

A memorial to September 11th, Liberty Garden in Wright Park outside of the Hoover Pavilion

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Dining

Movie Theaters Travel back to yesteryear at Kansas’ oldest operating outdoor cinema. First lit back in 1947, the South Drive-In is an old-fashioned solo screen drive-in, with a capacity for up to 300 cars. Open seasonally, April thru October on the weekends. Call (620) 225-4301 for more information. Village 8 Theater will surround you in luxury as you’ll be blown away by the reclining seats and state of the art projection screens. With eight different shows, there is always something to see. The renovated lobby area hosts concessions with the best snacks around and a bar area that serves adult beverages. Call (620) 227-7469 for more information.

Dodge City has a wide variety of dining options. Visitors can enjoy a great steak as Dodge City is home to some of the best beef in the nation. Guests can also explore the many international cuisines including, Mexican, Oriental, Italian, as well as downhome cooking, steak houses, BBQ, and more. Venues range from the best mobile eateries to full table dining. You can eat in a dining rail car at Central Station Bar & Grill or the renovated mercantile at Guymon Petro Bar & Grill, both located downtown, close to many attractions. Don’t forget to visit the Boot Hill Distillery on top of Boot Hill and Dodge City’s very own brewery, Dodge City Brewing, located at the base of Boot Hill.

Enjoy a soil-to-sip experience in the Boot Hill Distillery’s Tasting Room

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Shopping

The Art Scene

No trip is complete without a shopping spree. In addition to familiar retail stores visitors can also find a several local stores in downtown Dodge City and inside the Village Square Mall. From western wear and décor, antiques and unique gifts, Dodge City is home to one-of-a-kind gifts and souvenirs. For a directory of shopping and dining venues visit our website at visitdodgecity.org

Carnegie Center for the Arts is located inside the restored Carnegie Library building and is listed on the National Register of Historic Sites. This building is an unusual architectural design and features a variety of art exhibits. The 2nd Avenue Art Guild is Dodge City’s newest art gallery, and premier artist operated guild. It features original artwork by regional artists working in various mediums. Both of these venues, along with the Depot Theater Company, and many other downtown businesses invite you to the Final Friday events. Every Final Friday in Dodge City, our downtown comes alive with the best visual, performing, and culinary arts in western Kansas. Check out the Final Fridays in Dodge City Facebook page for updates and schedules.

Recreation Mariah Hills Golf Course, a public course, has everything a golfer needs from a bright and spacious clubhouse to a professionally manicured 18-hole, par 71 course. Rolling bluegrass fairways and bent grass greens set against the native beauty of the high plains provide a fun yet challenging experience. Call (620) 225-8182 for more information. The Dodge City Country Club is a beautiful 18-hole course that is excellent for all skill levels. The Country Club has a reciprocating guest policy. Call (620) 225-5231 for more information. Visitors can enjoy outdoor activities in one of our 19 parks, including picnic areas, shelters, ballparks, walking/bicycling trails, disc golf, pickleball, tennis, a rose garden, and more.  If you’re looking for a place to be active during your stay in Dodge City, the Dodge City YMCA has daily fees to let you participate in one of their many activities. You can enjoy the indoor pool, gymnasium, weight and fitness room, or the aerobics facilities. The “Y” is ready to help you on your way to healthy living. Call (620) 225-8157 for more information.

The Depot Theater Company’s “Beauty and the Beast” musical production

DID YOU KNOW?

A good buffalo hunter could make more than $100.00 a day in the 1800s.

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Venues for Events Boot Hill Casino and Resort Conference Center

Dodge City Roundup Rodeo

United Wireless Arena and Boot Hill Casino & Resort Conference Center are state-of-theart multi-purpose facilities. They host a variety of events and are located adjacent to the Boot Hill Casino & Resort. The Conference Center features 7,000 square feet of flexible space to accommodate a wide variety of meetings and events. For more information, visit unitedwirelessarena.com or call (620) 371-7390 for more information. The Arena not only hosts concerts and a multitude of entertainment productions, but also a Junior Hockey League. Call (620) 408-6877 for more information. What would the Queen of the Cowtowns be without a quality outdoor arena? Dodge City Roundup Rodeo is host to rodeo and other related events in a big way. The annual Roundup PRCA Rodeo has been selected number one numerous times by the industry professionals, and that can’t happen without a great committee. Roundup Rodeo is home to the Kansas High School Rodeo in April, Little Britches Rodeo in May, Roundup PRCA Rodeo in August, and the Kansas Professional Rodeo Association Finals in September, as well as many roping and timed events throughout the year. Visit dodgecityroundup.org or call (620) 225-2244 for more information. The Western State Bank Expo Center is home to the 3i SHOW, a premier Agri-business trade show as well as many other events. It’s a great facility capable of housing trade shows, equestrian events, indoor rodeos, farm & ranch shows, equipment and product demonstrations, indoor soccer, dog shows, and more. With nearly 170,000 indoor square feet of both concrete (90,000 sf.) and dirt floors (76,500 sf.) and over 1,000,000 square feet of outdoor space equipped with electricity for displays. This jewel of a facility is busy with events you won’t want to miss. For more information call (620) 338-8284 or visit westernstatebankexpo.com.

Western State Bank Expo

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The Dodge City Civic Center is a great enteraining arena for Southwest Kansas. This arena hosts USD 443 events, as well as concerts and other community functions. The Center holds 2,700 and additional floor seating, locker rooms, concessions, and other site amenities. Call (620) 371-1001 for more information. Legends Park is the premier fourdiamond softball/baseball tournament location in Western Kansas. Each year Legends is host to multiple events, attracting hundreds of teams. If you’re looking for a place to bring your team, Legends Park has a lot to offer. With great sight lines, covered seating, huge dugouts, a children’s playground, concession area, and more, Legends is a great place to play. Call (620) 225-8160 for more information. St. Mary’s Sports Complex is a top-notch sports complex with great fields, and multiple amenities all wrapped into an aesthetically appealing site. The complex features; six full -size soccer fields, a playground, three junior sized soccer fields, three youth football fields, a baseball practice field, Cavalier Baseball Field, ample parking, restrooms, and concessions. Call (620) 225-8155 for more information. Located in Wright Park, the Hoover Pavilion renovated in early Art Deco style is perfect for special events, meetings, and weddings. Seating capacity is up to 250 people with an elevated stage, and a warming kitchen. Table and chairs are also available. Call (620) 225-8160 for more information. The Long Branch Lagoon Water Park gives a unique opportunity for corporate mixers and meetings, as well as swim meets. This one-of-a-kind facility will leave your attendees with a lasting memory of their time in Dodge City. Boot Hill Distillery offers not only a newly renovated meeting room, but an outdoor reception area, and a tasting room for smaller groups and distillery enthusiasts. Call (620) 371-6309 or visit boothilldistillery.com for more information.

Infield turf installed at Legends Park in 2018

United Wireless Arena arena floor set up for a trade show.

Enjoy concerts and other events at the United Wireless Arena.

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ATTRACTION LIST Visitor Information Center 400 W. Wyatt Earp Blvd. (620) 225-8186 100th Meridian Story Board Central Ave. & Wyatt Earp Blvd. 2nd Avenue Art Guild 608 N. 2nd Ave. (620) 255-1447 Boot Hill Museum 500 W. Wyatt Earp Blvd. (620) 225-8188 Boot Hill Casino & Resort 4000 W. Comanche St. (620) 682-7777 Boot Hill Casino & Resort Conference Center 4100 W. Comanche St. (620) 371-7390 Boot Hill Distillery 501 W. Spruce St. (620) 371-6390 Carnegie Center for the Arts 701 2nd N. Ave. (620) 225-6388

Doc Holliday Sculpture 4th Ave. & Wyatt Earp Blvd. Dodge City Brewing 701 3rd Ave. (620) 371-3999 Dodge City Raceway Park 11322 110 Rd. (620) 225-3277 El Capitan Sculpture 510 N. 2nd Ave. Farmer’s Market Front Street between 2nd Ave. & 3rd Ave. Fire Bell Park Dodge City Fire Station #1 1st Ave. & Soule Fort Dodge & Kansas Veterans Cemetery 5 miles East on Hwy. 400 (620) 227-2121 Ext. 111 “Gospel Hill” Churches Spruce St. & 1st Ave. & on Central north & east of Boot Hill Historic Santa Fe Depot & Sundials 101 E. Wyatt Earp Blvd.

Cowboy Sculpture 501 W. Spruce St.

Historic Trolley Tour 400 W. Wyatt Earp Blvd. (620) 225-8186

Depot Theater Company 201 E. Wyatt Earp Blvd. (620) 225-1001

Historic Walking Tour 400 W. Wyatt Earp Blvd. (620) 225-8186

Immaculate Heart of Mary Church Located in Windhorst, Kansas (620) 385-2326 Kansas Heritage Center 1001 N. 2nd Ave. Inside the Dodge City Public Library (620) 225-0248 Kansas Teachers’ Hall of Fame and Gunfighters Wax Museum 603 5th Ave. (620) 225-7311 Liberty Garden 71 N. 2nd Ave. Wright Park, east of Hoover Pavilion Long Branch Lagoon Water Park 111 4th Ave. (620) 225-8156 Longhorn Park East on Hwy 50/56 at Airport Rd. Matt Dillon Sculpture 400 W. Wyatt Earp Blvd. Mexican Village Storyboard 100 E. Wyatt Earp Blvd. Between Santa Fe Depot & Central Station Bar & Grill

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Mueller-Schmidt House Home of Stone 112 E. Vine St. (620) 227-6791 Old Dodge Photo Parlor 214 1/2 W. Wyatt Earp Blvd. (620) 225-2929 Santa Fe Trail Ruts 9 miles west on Hwy 50 / 400 Southwest Kansas Veterans Memorial 909 13th Ave. Trail of Fame Walking Tour 100 E. Wyatt Earp Blvd. (620) 561-1925 -Office United Wireless Arena 4100 W. Comanche St. (620) 371-7390 Western State Bank Expo Center 11333 Hwy. 283 (620) 338-8284 Wright Park Zoo 71 N. 2nd Ave. (620) 225-8160 Wyatt Earp Sculpture Central Ave. & Wyatt Earp Blvd.


Hunting & Fishing

Dodge City and Ford County offer outdoor enthusiasts a variety of hunting opportunities including; pheasant, quail, deer, turkey, and more. Exotic hunts specializing in exotic game from all over the world is also available in the area. With welcoming guides, accommodating lodging hosts, and acres of public land, Ford County is a hunter’s haven. Plan an outdoor adventure today and experience our world-class hunting, beautiful vistas, and old west hospitality. For information on season-opening dates or other outfitters, please contact the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks, and Tourism’s local office at (620) 227-8609 or go to their website, www.ksoutdoors.com. Horse Thief Reservoir is located 20 miles north of Dodge City. Visitors can enjoy pleasure boating, water skiing, jet skiing, sail boating, windsurfing, kayaking, canoeing, and stand up paddle boards. Fishing at this facility offers crappie, largemouth bass, catfish, walleye, and bluegill. Visit www.horsethiefreservoir.com or call (620) 253-8464 for more information.

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Festivals & Events January

Tournament of Champions SPIAA HS Basketball Tournament Southwest Kansas Winter Expo

February

Depot Theater Production Shrine Circus

March

KSHSAA Basketball Tournament Depot Theater Production 3i SHOW

April

Dodge City Raceway Park Season Opens Softball / Baseball Tournaments Opens Depot Theater Production High School Rodeo

May

Cinco de Mayo Events Little Britches Rodeo Historical Walking and Trolley Tours Farmers Market Opens Boot Hill Museum’s Summer Season Opens National Travel and Tourism Week National Train Day

June

Boot Hill Museum Events Depot Theater Area High School Production Historical Walking and Trolley Tours Main Street Festival Dodge City A’s Season Opens Movies in the Park Opens

July Old Fashioned Fourth of July Events

July 4th Boot Hill Museum Events National Day of the Cowboy

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Historical Walking and Trolley Tours Ford County Fair Dodge City Days

August

Dodge City Days PRCA Rodeo Cattle Drive Boot Hill Museum Events Historical Walking and Trolley Tours Depot Theater Youth Production

September

Octoberfest Kansas Pro Rodeo Association Finals

October

Depot Theater Production Trick or Treat Downtown Ice Skating at United Wireless Arena

November

Kansas Cowboy Hall of Fame Induction Ice Skating at United Wireless Arena Pheasant Season Opens Bounty Bird with Rooster Roundup / Pheasant Hunting Contest Opens Veterans Day Celebrations/ Events Christmas Parade of Lights & Chili Cook-off

December

Ice Skating at United Wireless Arena Depot Theater Christmas Production Breakfast with Santa at Boot Hill Museum Christmas Celebrations

* United Wireless Arena host events throughout the year. *Final Friday activities take place on the last Friday of every month.

For complete listing of yearly events: www.visitdodgecity.org

DID YOU KNOW?

Bat Masterson was elected Sheriff in January of 1878. Bat’s brother, Ed Masterson was shot and killed later that same year following an incident with two unruly cowboys in front of Peacock’s Saloon, south of the railroad tracks.

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Lodging

Breakfast Included Fitness Facility Indoor Pool

Bel-Air 2000 E. Wyatt Earp Blvd. (620) 227-7155

Holiday Inn Express and Suites 201 4th Ave. (620) 225-1000

Best Western North Edge Inn 404 W. Frontview St. (620) 371-6441

Holiday Motel 2100 W. Wyatt Earp Blvd. (620) 227-2169

Best Western Plus Country Inn & Suites 506 N. 14th Ave. (620) 225-7378

La Quinta Inn & Suites by Wyndham 2400 W. Wyatt Earp Blvd. (620) 225-7373

Comfort Suites 2700 W. Wyatt Earp Blvd. (620) 801-4545

Motel 6 1610 W. Wyatt Earp Blvd. (620) 225-0231

Dodge House Hotel 2408 W. Wyatt Earp Blvd. (620) 225-9900

Nendels Inn & Suites 2523 E. Wyatt Earp Blvd. (620) 225-3000

Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton 4002 W. Comanche St. (620) 225-0000

Quality Inn 2000 W. Wyatt Earp Blvd. (620) 338-8700

In-Room Internet Meeting Facilities Outdoor Pool

Pets Allowed Restaurant On-Site Wifi

Dump Station Drinking Water Electric & Water

Full Utility Hookup Playground Restrooms

Guest Houses available can be found on visitdodgecity.org.

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Regency Inn 2110 E. Wyatt Earp Blvd. (620) 225-2654

Travelodge 1510 W. Wyatt Earp Blvd. (620) 227-2125

Rodeway Inn 2200 W. Wyatt Earp Blvd. (620) 227-8146

Wyatt Earp Hotel 1612 W. Wyatt Earp Blvd. (620) 371-7226

Stay Suites of America 2320 W. Wyatt Earp Blvd. (620) 227-5000

Campgrounds

Super 8 1708 W. Wyatt Earp Blvd. (620) 225-3924

Thunderbird Motel 2300 W. Wyatt Earp Blvd. (620) 225-4143

TownePlace Suites by Marriott 2800 W. Wyatt Earp Blvd. (620) 371-7171

Blue RV Park 2114 E. Wyatt Earp Blvd. (620) 255-8916

Dodge City KOA 701 Park St. (620) 371-7177

Gunsmoke RV Park 11070 108th Rd. (620) 227-8247

Watersports Campground 500 Cherry St. (620) 225-8044

Showers Store Primative Campgrounds

Airbnb Rentals can be found on airbnb.com

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