Warner Carrillo Ranch House

Deep down you always wanted to be a cowboy. You see yourself rustling' up cattle, sitting tall in the saddle, fighting off varmints (both the animal and human variety), and riding into the sunset. When you visit the 1857 Warner-Carrillo adobe ranch house near Warner Springs, you'll get a look-see into what the Western frontier was really like. The Warner-Carrillo ranch house played important roles in the Western frontier as a Butterfield Overland Stage Station, stopover for itinerant gold prospectors, Civil War trading post, and longtime cattle ranch. Many settlers' diaries recorded the relief of arriving at the adobe outpost after a long desert journey. It's a house museum alive with the lifestyle and lore that you won't want to miss!