Just across the courtyard and through a private entrance is the Chisholm Trail Room, the perfect place for any couple to relax, celebrate a special occasion, and look out over the property. 

The Chisholm Trail Room

The gabled roof has interesting ceiling lines accentuated by horizontally installed wood on all walls and ceilings. This guest room with ensuite bathroom includes a king bed, small living area with seating for two and a large Smart TV, coffee bar with microwave, mini fridge and more plus a bathroom with shower. 


Second Level, King Bed, Coffee Bar, Lounge Seating, Small Dining Table and Chairs, Hardwood Floors, Ceiling Fan, Smart TV, Ensuite Bathroom, Tiled Shower

$300-350 per night*

(*Rate dependent on season, day of week, and number of rooms)

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History of the Chisholm Trail Room

During the 1861-1865 War Between the States, hundreds of thousands of longhorn cattle multiplied across the untended lands of Texas. When the state’s Confederate soldiers returned after the war, they recognized that the market for this vast host of beeves lay in the wealthy North and its teeming millions of immigrants. These tough cowboys blazed the Chisholm Trail, named for half-white, half-Cherokee frontiersman Jesse Chisholm who pioneered it. Between 1867 and 1877, more than 5 million cattle rumbled up the greatest overland stock route in history to railheads in Kansas, for shipment east and north, to feed a hungry and growing nation. The Chisholm Trail ran straight through Waukomis’s modern day Main Street.