Daily Tours

The town is closed Monday - Wednesday.

Dogwood Pass is open at various times for guests to tour and meander April through September. Please read the following information carefully. 


Monday - Wednesday the town is closed. 


Thursday & Fridays admission to tour the town ONLY. 11am to 5pm. NO SHOWS. 


On non-festival weekends you will see various shows at noon, 1:30, and 3:00PM. These times are estimated and subject to change depending on the weather.
 

What to expect!

Hours

Monday - Wednesday: Closed

Thursday - Sunday: 11 - 5pm


Entry Fee: 

Weekday & weekends in April: $5 

Weekends starting in May: $10

Festival Dates (See Event Schedule): $10
(Kids 6 & under FREE)


WEEKENDS without a scheduled event townsfolk will be dressed in period clothing performing various shows at noon, 1:30PM, and 3:00PM. You can be sure that you will have a unique experience whenever you visit Dogwood Pass!  


Walk around town at your leisure and explore the old west structures.

The buildings are furnished as it may have been in the 1880s.

While on site, visit the Dogwood Pass Roy Rogers Museum, included with admission.


Throughout the year Dogwood Pass closes its gates to the public for special and private events. 

Check the event schedule for other closing dates.


NO PETS.  This is for the safety of our reenactors and your pets. Due to horses, wagons, gun fire, and reenactors riding through town on horseback this isn't the place for pets. Sorry for any inconvenience.  

Check the Schedule!

Check out the 2018 Event Schedule for weekend Wild West Shows performed on Saturdays and Sundays during the warm seasons!


The town is full of period actors on every scheduled event, during the off weekends we also have characters and shows. Depending on the day festival shows are more elaborate or incorporate a specific theme (for ex. Morgain's Raid is performed once a year).

Photograph Gallery

Old West Photos

There is a photograph gallery on site. Step in to transform yourself into a Dogwood Pass character. Sessions start at $30. Visit their facebook page: www.facebook.com/oldwestphoto for examples and more information.
(Hours vary. Please contact Kim Roush @ (740) 708-1812  or kimroushphoto@gmail.com for details.) 

Living Historical Museums

Walk in and around the many buildings including,

2 Saloons, Jail, Bank, Bathhouse, Mercantile, Church, Livery Stable, Gem mining, and much more. 

Class Field Trips

Pan for gems at Montgomery Mining Co. (the image featured above). Dogwood has hosted many class field trips. Please contact for group rates.

Dogwood Saloon

First Structure on the site

Originally intended to be a private, "man cave" eventually turned into something extrodinary! From its humble beginnings to major film productions Dogwood Pass is one of a kind. 

Poppy's Mercantile

A year or so after the first structure, owners Mike and Sharlene Montgomery decided that something just wasn't quite right about their backyard endeavors. So, they did what any normal 1800s entrepreneurs would do. They started to build a town! 

The Jail, Sheriff Dillon and Deputy Virgil

As the story of Dogwood Pass unfolded the owners realized they would soon begin recruiting friends and family into their idea.