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With the exception of the St James Hotel there is very little to see in Cimarron. We drove around the town to see where the "locals " live, and there is nothing that inspired us so we drove on out after only about 10 minutes...More
I was driving through the area a few days ago and glanced at the town. What I saw made me pull over and unload my bicycle. I spent the next hour pedaling through arrested time in old Cimarron.
Admittedly, some of the town looks pretty...More
be sure to pick up self-guided walking (or driving) tour of the little old town from St James Hotel front desk or chamber of commerce at 104 N. Lincoln. Many of the 19th century buildings are extant spread over several dusty blocks. St James hotel...More
The "tourist" area in the center of town was extremely ambitious for the size of the town. It did have a few monuments telling the history. Most of the shops we visited were closed, despite their "open" signs. This is a drive by town and...More
We stayed at the St. James Hotel Sat. night and were looking forward to some shopping and walking around Old Town on Sunday, only to find EVERYTHING closed up tight as a drum even at 11:00 am on Sunday morning. Stores that in the hotel...More
The walking tour of "Old Cimarron" is a self-guided tour using a pamphlet with map and location descriptions. It is designed to be walked in an order that is sensible and does not take but an hour or 2 at the most; and the locations...More
Maybe it was just us, but we took the map the hotel provided and tried and tried to find Old Town. There were some places we found, but some of them listed on the map were not there anymore and we wound up driving in...More