Have you ever wanted to be a cowboy or cowgirl? Do you love the Meramec River in Missouri? If you can answer yes to both those questions, I have a unique place I've found that you can stay at that checks both of those boxes.

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This appears to be a real 1930's Missouri bunkhouse log cabin on Airbnb. I love everything about this place located near Steelville, Missouri. Elaine the host said this about her place:

Our authentic log cabin was built in the early 1930's and has been newly restored. Bedroom #1 has a queen size bed, antique dresser, and a fireplace. The bunkroom has one full bed, one twin bed, and a set of bunk beds.

Ride your horses (or drive a vehicle) over to this authentic slice of Missouri cowboy life.

Yes, You Can Stay in a Real 1930's Missouri Bunkhouse, Cowboy

Considering this log cabin is located so close to the Meramec River, I'm surprised the nightly cost of $150 on Airbnb isn't more. It's seriously one of those unique places you'd likely tell stories about for years. Be sure to check out the full Airbnb listing for more pics, details and availability of this Steelville, Missouri place.

Now, if you'll excuse me, I'm gonna go stream (no Meramec pun intended) City Slickers, Tex.

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