For the adventurous traveler, spend a night in our rustic river cabin located on The Red Buffalo Ranch. Spend an evening on the deck watching the stars and get in touch with the spirits of the prairie.
You'll be amazed by the fresh air and big skies at the Red Buffalo Ranch. It has been featured in the New York Times for its new role as a significant tourism destination.
Cozy cabin comfort in a wooded setting. Pine log furnishings, fireplace, satellite TV. One bedroom with queen-size bed and twin bed. Sleeper sofa. The ultimate cabin getaway in the heart of the prairie.
Full kitchen, sleeping accommodations for two to four. Non-smoking. Cable TV, but no internet.
The building is conveniently located downtown, within walking distance to restaurants, shopping, and grocery store!
This building is called the Bull Building by the local residents due to a Bull Durham tobacco advertisement that used to be painted on the side of the building. The 1967 version of the bull had all of his anatomical parts proudly displayed. The local church going women did not approve of his immodesty, and proceeded to paint fig leaves over his private parts. Then Bull Durham had the bull repainted to the original ad. This process happened quite a few times until the ad faded into oblivion. Kansas artist, Stan Herd has painted his own version of a Buffalo mural, in the same place, to honor the old bull.
There are 3 full beds and 3 twin beds. The kitchen has coffee maker, microwave and full sized refrigerator. Dish cable TV and Internet.