This endearing bit of classic American kitsch has about a dozen enormous arrows (made from telephone poles) stuck into the ground as if shot from gigantic bows. There are also a few faux teepees and a big plastic horse. The main attraction here is the trading post, which sells an assortment of Native American arts and crafts. Out back, there's a frontier town, complete with saloon, hotel, bank, jail, and livery station. Don't breathe too hard, or you'll blow the town over: the paper-thin buildings are only facades.
38651 U.S. 160, Mancos, Colorado, 81328, United States