Wild West City

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C L. ·
Reviewed September 18, 2012
I always wanted to go to WWC as a kid. Now, I got to take my 7-year-old nephew, sister and mom. We ALL had a great time!


Reviewed September 12, 2012
While we enjoyed it, the whole place is not very well kept. The mini golf course was nearly falling apart, and the animals looked like they could have had better attention. Some things were just plain worn down, like they haven't been touched since the 60s. Otherwise, for the price, it was a decent trip.


Clint C. ·
Reviewed September 9, 2012
It is not much to look at but my 6 year old loved it. And it was great to see him really getting into the cowboy seen. Little shows every 15 minutes. If your looking for real excitement don't go, but if you just want a nice afternoon where your kids can run and get dirty, you will love it.

What You'll Get

The Wild West is often romanticized for its picturesque desert landscapes, bold frontiersmen, and bar fights that start whenever piano music abruptly stops playing. Strike out for the western territories with today's Groupon: for $29, you get admission and train rides for a family of four at Wild West City in Stanhope (up to a $66 value).

A simulation of a frontier town, Wild West City, in its 53rd year of existence, entertains cadres of visitors with live-action shows, train rides, and costumed characters. Amble down Main Street and browse the shops before shooting the breeze with historic figures such as Jesse James or Wild Bill Hickok's spittoon. In the buildings located along Main Street, visitors learn about nineteenth-century farming, period dressmaking, and blacksmithing. Western wanderers can marvel at 22 different live-action shows, or saunter through the barnyard zoo as goats, ponies, and pigs prance about. History buffs mimic ’49ers while panning for gold, as they comb through sluice in search of the mother lode in Egan's Mine #1.

Each member of the clan of four gets a pass to climb aboard the miniature train, which chugs along a 3/4-mile track past Dry Gulch, Arapahoe Territory, Dan Tucker's camp, and Vulture Valley. Pack a picnic to squelch hunger or swing by the Golden Nugget Saloon to practice bursting dramatically through swinging doors, shouting, "Come quick! There's a dance-off at high noon."

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires Sep 2, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per family, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Wild West City

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