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Bo’s Hollow is a 1930s village, including: Bo’s Conoco, a fully functional service station; the feed and hardware store; Granny’s barbecue and jerky; gift shop; post office; telegraph office; barber shop; hoosegow; outhouse; and the Lost Cause Mine.
Walk through the village at your own pace. Ride in a Model A Ford, see the log cabin and farm animals; pump water from the well; see a working windmill; shell and grind corn; feed the chickens. In the restoration barn, see the memorabilia room and a Model A being restored. Reservations needed for restoration barn.
Ellena will pack your lunch. Uncle Bones will put it in the Model A and drive you to Ashley Creek to eat lunch at the picnic tables; then he will pick you up in thirty minutes to continue your ride. You can also eat your BBQ lunch in the Village. There is a fee for rides and restoration barn. Bo’s Hollow is two miles south of Montauk State Park on County Road 6630-6633 and Ashley Creek Road. A $5 purchase required.