MC Chuck Wagon Western Heritage Exhibit
The exhibit is self-guided and not staffed; please visit anytime during daylight hours.
Thirteen interpretive boards walk visitors through the story of the wagon, the enormous ranching operation it served, and the many famous bronc riders and buckaroos who called the wagon home. Saddles and riggin' belonging to the MC cowboys are also on display.

The exhibit is viewed from under the covered porch, through the windows surrounding the building. The covered porch is accessible by way of a ramp leading from the sidewalk. Entertaining recordings featuring famous rodeo announcer, Bob Tallman, play with the touch of a button on three sides of the exhibit building.

Stop by any time during daylight hours to enjoy the exhibit and landscaped park setting, complete with picnic tables and resting benches.
WINNER: Oregon Brownfield Award 
from the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality

WINNER: Excellence in Downtown Revitalization Award 
"Outstanding Partnership" from Oregon Main Street
This site is home to the award-winning Bill Kitt book 
and the MC Chuck Wagon Western Heritage Exhibit located in Lakeview, Oregon
Both are based on the extraordinary life of William Kittredge "Bill Kitt"

D.L. 'Jack' Nicol with MC Chuck Wagon camped at South Corral Springs, 1941

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