Rattlesnake Saloon

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Since 1916, the Foster family has owned a 6,000-acre plot of land, initially purchased by Owen Foster for 25 cents an acre. Over the generations, the land transitioned from farming and timber use to hosting the Rattlesnake Saloon, originally intended as a hog pen by William Owen Foster, nicknamed "Chicken Owen." Later, Owen Daniel Foster, Sr. established the Seven Springs Lodge, diversifying activities to include hunting, trail riding, and chuckwagon races. Recognizing the need for a companion establishment, Danny Foster and his son William Gordon Foster built the Rattlesnake Saloon, which quickly became a prominent attraction upon its opening in 2009, drawing visitors from all over the United States and abroad, featured in various media formats.

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Food + Drink • History • Underground