Experience the American West of yesterday and today without blowing your entertainment budget.
It’s four hours of entertainment and an all-you-can-eat meal for only $35.
Bring the kids along, because children ages 3 to 12 are only $10, and the little ones are FREE!
Included in the ticket price is an All-You-Can-Eat Chuckwagon Dinner, a fabulous stage show by the world-famous Prairie Rose Rangers, wagon rides, free movies and popcorn, and much, much more.
The shows are filled with family-friendly entertainment for young and old alike, so there's no need to get a babysitter for the kids: It’s the best entertainment value around!
The Prairie Rose Chuckwagon is a great place to celebrate birthdays, anniversaries, and other special events. And it’s the perfect place to bring your out-of-town guests.
The Prairie Rose Chuckwagon Supper's original band returns for one night.
When the Prairie Rose Chuckwagon Supper began in May of 1999, the band that was hired to do the entertaining was the Home Rangers. Due to other commitments, the group wasn't able to perform, full-time, at the Prairie Rose. However, two of its members, Orin Friesen and Stu Stuart stayed on and formed the Prairie Rose Wranglers. The other Home Rangers (Stan Greer, David Hawkins & Richard Crowson,) with the addition of Andrew McCalmont and later, Mike Lee, kept the band going. They still perform around the mid-west, including at Branson, Missouri's Silver Dollar City. You won't want to miss their highly-entertaining show.
Award-winning cowboy singer returns to the Prairie Rose for a special evening of cowboy, inspirational, and patriotic music.
Cowboy singer, Barry Ward has won the Male Vocalist of the Year award from both the Western Music Association and the Academy of Western Artists. He is also a member of the Kansas Cowboy Hall of Fame. Barry has performed all across America, including at Carnegie Hall and at the Olympics. He has even performed in Africa. Barry grew up on his family's farm/ranch at Copeland, Kansas, not far from the famous cowboy town, Dodge City. For this special Independence Day celebration, Barry will perform several patriotic songs.
Country Music legend brings his show to the Prairie Rose for the first time.
Country Music Association award-winner, Moe Bandy was one of the biggest Country Music stars in the 1970s and '80s, during which he had over 50 hits on the charts. His biggest records include "Bandy the Rodeo Clown," "Hank Williams, You Wrote My Life," It's a Cheating Situation," "I Cheated Me Right Out of You," "Americana," and "Till I'm Too Old to Die Young." Moe also had a number of duet hits with Joe Stampley, including "Just Good Old Boys," which went all the way to #1. Don't miss this good ol' boy as he brings his show to the Prairie Rose for the first time.