|Starring||John Wayne, Jeffrey Hunter, Vera Miles, Ward Bond, Natalie Wood|
Old Fort Parker - Inspired by the true story of a young girl’s kidnapping during a Comanche raid on Fort Parker in 1836, director John Ford’s iconic tale of mercenary obsession has been called “the most influential film in American history”. John Wayne stars as anti-hero Ethan Edwards, a man consumed by longing, hatred and a destructive quest for vengeance.
Old Fort Parker offers a range of overnight accommodations and camping facilities. Rent the historic main house, which sleeps 8, for $150. There are also a limited number of bungalows available at $35, RV parking for $15 and a $5 fee to pitch your tent on site. Showers and rest facilities are available. Contact Sarah McReynolds at (254) 747-3091 to make reservations.
Feel free to bring your own cooler or purchase light refreshments on site from the Fort Parker staff.
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