Johnson County War Tour Coming in August

Hoofprints of the Past Museum in Kaycee
Hoofprints of the Past Museum in Kaycee

The Hoofprints of the Past Museum in Kaycee will again be offering their Johnson County War Tour next month, which will take those interested on a bus tour of the sites along the path taken by the invaders during the events of 1892.

The tour itself will be Saturday, August 17th, but the deadline to register is Friday, August 9th.

The bus tour will travel along the route taken by the invaders, stops along the way include the KC Fight; the Plunkett Headquarters on the North Fork; the ambush site at Carr Homestead; the 28 Ranch; the TA Ranch Battle; and stops at the John Tisdale and Ranger Jones murder sites.

The story of the invasion and detailed information on the events will be offered by Johnson County War expert John W. Davis, author of the book “Wyoming Range War.”

The cost of the tour is $85 per person and includes snacks on the bus and lunch at the TA Ranch.

The tour will begin in Kaycee at 9 that morning.

More information on the tour and registrations can be made through the Hoofprints of the Past Museum in Kaycee.

Call (307) 738-2381 or go to

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