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Hours 10:00 am – 4:30 pm     Wednesday –  Saturday
April – November 1 ,2014

Open Memorial Day and Labor Day Week-end including Sunday & Monday

Reservations NOT needed for: Village, Model A Rides, Picnic Ride, Jerky and BBQ

Reservations Needed For Tour of Restoration Shop

                     You may order your Gift Baskets and Jerky by calling or emailing:

  Email: BoHollow@centurytel.net or Call:573-548-2429

Welcome to Bo’s Hollow

Welcome to Bo’s Hollow! A step back in time. Fun for the entire family. To visit Bo’s Hollow you need a $5.00 Wooden Nickel. You can get your Wooden Nickel at the Wooden Nickel Sales located in Bo’s Hollow. You may trade your wooden token for a Model A Ride, BBQ Lunch or Jerky. If you don’t plan to buy lunch, jerky or ride in a Model A there is a $2.50 entrance fee per person.

Take a leisurely stroll through the Village. Enjoy the peace and tranquility of our rural Ozark setting.

Take a scenic ride in a Model A Ford through the Covered Bridge to Ashley Creek. You will see the working Ram Pumps, then return to the Village. You never know what wildlife you might see along the Creek Road. Rides take about fifteen minutes.

Try a ride or picnic lunch on Ashley Creek. You have your choice of two rides. Please look at our Model A Ride and Meal page for complete information.

Bo’s Hollow was built with the Model A Ford enthusiast in mind.
We are “Restoring the Past – Preserving the Future.” A trip to Bo’s Hollow is a step back in time. You will see nothing but the hills and hollows of the Missouri Ozarks at its best. Model A’s can gas up in our functional 1930s gas station. Air up your tires to the ding of an air meter. Hear the AHOOGA of the Model A horns. Look at the interesting things in the feed and hardware store. Shell and grind corn, feed the Chickens. Pump water from the well. If the wind is blowing let the windmill do it for you. The Telegraph Office is now finished. Take a ride in a “Model A Ford”. See the windmill as it pumps water for the Village. On Ashley Creek you can