Stagecoach Inn Log Cabin (Historic Site #4)
The Stagecoach Inn log cabin was built two miles west of this site on a ranch in the 1800s. In the 1930s, a family lived in it when working on the ranch. In 1934, it was given to the owners of the Stagecoach Inn who used it as a restaurant. At that time the cabin was on Highway 81, right in front of the cabin. Meals were 35 cents and consisted of “depression food” served family style. The menu was fried fish/chicken, black-eyed peas, and other homemade dishes. Through the years, it has been used as a variety of shops. When the Dion Van Bibber owned the Inn, it was his office. In the 1980s, the cabin was a gift shop. The current owners do not have plans for its use. (SHSL)
THIS IS A STOP ON THE SALADO HISTORIC LANDMARKS TOUR – PLEASE RESPECT THE PROPERTY OF ANY PRIVATE BUSINESS OR RESIDENTS AT THIS LANDMARK.
416 S. Main Street, Salado, TX 76571