You Really Can Stay in this Restored 1850’s Missouri Sheep Wagon
Ever daydreamed about being a sheep herder in the mid-1800's? If so, I have found a dream destination for you. It's a fully restored sheep wagon from that era and yes, you really can stay in it.
This is one of the most unique Missouri Airbnb options you'll ever see. It's a true sheepherder's wagon near Marthasville, Missouri. Here's a little of how the host describes it:
Boone Monument Village is an authentically restored 1850s village that is home to two historic log cabins, one brick manor home, one stone cottage, and an assortment of wagons and tipis...Getaway, glamping style! This wagon sleeps up to two in a short queen bed. Guests will enjoy modern conveniences such as wifi capabilities, heating and A/C, and electric outlets.
Inside, it's a very simple setup.
If you're looking for a simple, get back to basics experience, this is it.
If you're not familiar with the Marthasville, Missouri area, it's just west of St. Louis which makes for an easy and fast vacation trip.
As of this writing, the cost to stay in a sheep wagon that goes back almost 2 centuries is $155 per night according to Airbnb. The reviews on Airbnb so far are nearly a perfect 5 out of 5 so it appears visitors are enjoying this back to covered wagons era experience.
Check out the full Airbnb listing for more details and availability.