(620) 225-9900
(620) 225-2244
Sponsored by
Dodge House Hotel
Dodge City Roundup
Old West Reneactors
Big Nose Kate & Doc Holiday
Rangers of the Wild West City
Inga Ojala Paintings
Arvo Ojala Gun Holsters
and Leather goods
  • Beer Garden
  • Food and Drink
  • Art and Crafts
  • Face Painting
  • Kids Activities
Book a room
We'll be sure to share more information about the Shoot Out closer to the event, but we do
recommend booking a room in advance if you plan to stay overnight. Support the pull sponsors by
making your reservation at the Dodge House Hotel. Visit www.dodgehousehotel.com or call the hotel
at (620) 225-9900.
The Dodge House and Dodge City Rodeo Grounds are partnering to host the 1st Annual Dodge
House Shoot Out. Join us and
get the heck  into Dodge for a full weekend of western fun for the
Whole Family

The event will kick off on Saturday, June 11, with the Cowboy Fast Draw competition, Hot Rod
Garden Tractor Pulls, reenactments and stunts, Western Costume Contest

The fun will continue on Sunday, June 12, with more reenactments and the shoot out/tractor pull
Kids Bouncy ride, dunk tank, other games with prizes
Beer gardens, arts and crafts, leather goods, raffles and other concessions will all be on site for
you to enjoy! So much more

Saturday, June 11, 11 a.m. - 9 p.m.

Sunday, June 12, noon - 4 p.m.

At the Dodge City Rodeo Grounds, Dodge City, KS

Event admission prices
Adults - $7 one-day ticket/$10 two-day pass

Kids (3-12) - $3 one-day ticket/$5 two-day pass

Kids 3 and under - free

Event Coordinator: Inga Ojala
call or email for more information
order a event packet

Here are the prices of the camp grounds
hook ups at the rodeo grounds
$15.00 per night with electricity and water
$10.00 per night water only
This is going to be a annual event here in Dodge City. The Dodge House Shoot-Out Western Costume Contest. This is being held
Saturday June 11th and 12th. The Contest is on June 11. Dress up as your favorite character and join the fun competing for prizes and
ribbons. Come as a rambunctious saloon girl, a gunfighter cowboy, rugged mountain man, military soldier, lawman, townsman male or
female specialty. The historic period is from 1850 to 1899 Victorian/ American wear.

Information call or email
contest form will be available at the Dodge House Hotel or contact below

Judged by the members of the Reenactment Guild Of America
Marc Ferguson
Saturday June 11
6-7pm registration
7:15 contest beings