Built in 1865, the tiny (12-by-25-foot) structure, rebuilt of sandstone in 1889, still has the original brick floors, heavy-beamed ceilings, outdoor oven and water well. Surrounding park provides picnic facilities, walkways and historical site signs.
Park generally open 8 a.m.-dusk Mon.-Sun.
Three miles south of U.S. 83 on F.M. 1016.