Sipokni West

Sipokni West 2200 S Saw Mill Rd
Tishomingo, OK 73460

Phone: 580-384-8344
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Sipokni West is a unique Old West town built by retired actor Johnny Shackleford and serves as Oklahoma's largest Western movie set. Gunfights are performed every third Saturday night at 6:30pm. Come and enjoy the Lost Spur Cafe, which is open year round, Thu-Fri 11:30am-8:30pm and Sat 10am-8:30pm. Book Sipokni West for photo shoots, parties, meetings and family reunions. Admission to the museum and Western town is free. The gift shop and cafe are located on Main Street in Sipokni West.

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  • Facility Amenities: ADA Compliant, Gift Shop, Meeting Space Available, Restaurant on site

  • General Information: Free admission

  • Group Amenities: Accommodates Tour Groups, Bus/Motorcoach Parking, Private Dining Room, Tour Group Welcome Reception





11:30 am

8:30 pm


11:30 am

8:30 pm


10:00 am

8:30 pm

Grill is open until 8:30pm, but will stay open until all present are served.

Kids menu: $2-$2.99

Adults menu: $5-$18.99.

While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the pricing listed above, prices are subject to change without notice.

Located 11 miles north of Tishomingo on Hwy 99, then west on Hwy 7, near Reagan.

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Cheryl Shackleford

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From David Moore Jr USAF RET on 08/06/16

Looking for things to do. First time in the state.

From Staff on 06/20/16

Bobbie, your best bet for that information is to call Sipokni West directly at 580-384-8344. Thank you for using!

From Bobbie on 06/19/16

Is the Lady that sells Vintage wears and Quilts still available on the towns open days.

From Cheryl on 04/22/16

Our first visit was AWESOME, our second visit a couple of weeks later was even better. This was a very fun experience, the In all my years living in this state, I cannot believe I had NEVER heard of this little gem! Our first visit was AWESOME, our second visit a couple of weeks later was even better. This was a very fun experience. The food is exceptional, especially the Catfish and the Peanut Butter Pie, we celebrated a couple of birthdays and the wait staff was very accommodating going above and beyond making us feel like part of the family. We wished we lived in the area, as our drive was almost 2 hrs one way, we are planning our next trip back. Thank you Cheryl and Johnny, your cooks and my favorite “The Marshall”.

From Lucy on 04/18/16

Loved the whole experience! Excellent food, service and friendly people. Go!

From Gloria Tucker on 04/10/16

Took grandchildren,made 2 trips. Ate at the. Old Spur Cafe, liked the history and touring the building, grandchildren loved it

From charlene peikert on 12/13/15

was therewith pattie tours sat ,, loved it will be back

From Linda Hollinsworth on 09/27/15

I love this place. It was so much fun to go and just look around. I will be going back and bringing family

From Chassidy Beazer on 07/08/15

Absolutely an amazing adventure!! We came with our school for a field trip and everyone, including adults, had a blast. We will visit again for sure!!

From Staff on 06/24/15

Marty, there are no campsites at Sipokni West, but if you'll click 'Campgrounds within 15 miles' under the map feature on this page, it will show you some nearby results. Thank you for using!

From Marty on 06/24/15

do you have camping or RV sights available?

From Staff on 06/24/15

Sheila, sorry but that information isn't listed on their website, so you'll need to call 580-384-8344. Thank you for using!

From SHEILA on 06/24/15

What is the summer schedule for gunfights?

From Patricia Rodriguez on 06/23/15

Hi Johnny, Love seeing this on facebook and hope to see you in Oct. when I visit Betty. Your distant cousin from Buddy & Earlene. Always enjoy seeing you and the food is always great and love the music.

From Sipokni West on 06/21/15

We are open every Thursday and Friday from 1130 till 830 and Saturday's from 10 till 830. Come visit us and eat some great home cooked meals.

From Staff on 06/02/15

Sally, while we do our best to keep the information on this page up to date, your best bet is to call 580-384-8344 and double check the hours before your visit. Thank you for using!

From Sally Huffman on 06/02/15

Are hours on this website correct and is the Cafe always open during these hours? I would hate to invite friends to ride motorcycles down and everything is closed. Thank you!

From Hacker on 03/20/15

It's like stepping back in time! We discovered it by complete accident and Loved it! Hope to go back by on another motorcycle ride and eat at the cafe!

From Staff on 04/01/14

Amber, we're sorry, but we haven't been able to reach Sipokni West to confirm any dates. You can try giving them a call at 580-384-8344 for more information. Have a great day and thank you for using!

From Amber on 04/01/14

Are they still hosting the Mountain Man Rendezvous this year?

From Staff on 03/18/14

Jacki, we have been unable to reach Sipokni West by phone or email. However, the Johnston County Chamber of Commerce told us that they are open 11am-8pm on Thursday, 11am-9pm on Friday and Saturday, and 12-3pm on Sunday. Best wishes and thank you for using!

From Jacki on 03/10/14

Is it open sundays? It says so in hours but th-sa in the description

From Staff on 03/06/14

Richard, to ensure that your message is received, please email Have a great day and thank you for using!

From richard Warlock/Leming on 03/06/14

Wanda, I think we met one time when my wife Cathy, a pal Jerry and myself were there during the week. Anyway, when will your crew of cowboy actors come back the ranch. Jerry and I want to utilize them in a little video we'd like to do there. John will remember us from our other trips out there. Thanks, Richard

From Happy Sun Shiners, Madill, Okla. on 05/14/13

We had such an awesome time. The sheriff and all the crew treated us so very good, the food was just delicious at the Cow Boy Saloon. Everyone had such a great time. We are from the New Beginnings Church in Madill, Okla.

From Gary vanvekoven on 04/08/13

Our mcalester christian motorcyclist association riders visited this past saturfay and had a great time! Thanks for everything. Will be looking for the group photo in my email box soon and post it to our facebook page ASAP.

From Kenneth Golden on 03/24/13

Visited there saturday and had the best time. Mr. Shackford and his family made us feel at home with the feeling of being that we would always be welcome there. and found the salt lamp I've been looking for thank you all, and we'll be back for dinner.

From Rene Sharrock on 10/14/12

Cool place to visit! Cold Sasparilla on the porch of the Sherrif's office is a great photo op.

From Ted Kittrell on 09/30/12

We really enjoyed the food, atmosphere, and hospitality. Will be back soon.

From Sharon Hester on 08/16/12

i enjoyed your western town when you first got started . hope to be back up there soon .

From Larry on 07/13/12

Very nice place to visit, food very good and People are very friendly

From John Hindman on 03/17/12

Johnny thank you for bringing that cowboy way back! I hope to git to spend more time there this summer and hope to make all events scheduled this yr very interested in vol. my time for events please call with more info and sched.

From Misty Willis on 11/30/11

LOVE this place! great food, amazing service, and just wonderful people!

From freda on 02/07/11

lived all my life in ok. and never knew of the ghost town near Tishamingo. I went to school in Sulphur. I did like your article.

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