Beaver Creek Valley

My home is at the camp fire…

Wild West in the Upper Palatinates of Bavaria

Beaver Creek Valley is the name of a property with the size of 11.960 sq yd where we're pursuing our passion of the Wild West. The "Valley of the Beavers" is named after the at times inconspicuous river Haidenaab, which is home to numerous beavers and their lodges. In those days the rodent was the basis of existence for the trappers, who traded the pelts for money and other goods. On this area we have been rebuilding the Old West since 2006 - in the middle of the Upper Palatinates of Bavaria.

A lively area

Since there are many performers of different eras in our community, the area is also divided according to time periods. The front part is dedicated to the period from about 1860 to 1900, i.e. from the beginning of the American Civil War to the cowboys' sheep wars. This delimited territory has been given the name Beaver Creek Longhorn Ranch by us.

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The rear part of the terrain, which contains much more shade-giving bushes and trees, reflects the time from c. 1790 to 1860 and is referred to by us as Indian Territory. On this idyllic part, trappers and mountain men trade with the local Indian tribes.

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