Chisholm Fork was built totally by Ron and Linda Beaumont. The first building was erected in May of 2000. Originally conceived as a backdrop for photographs, the little town now hosts five shops, nine guest rooms, and several offices for Beaumont Ranch. The little town is the perfect backdrop for living history events, gun fights, horse back rides, and special meals. The Shops at Beaumont Ranch are an important part of the atmosphere of the small village.
Chisholm Fork echoes with the quiet peace that we imagine for our ancestors during the 1880s. There are days during a cattle drive or during the Civil War Center of Texas Reenactments that the town bustles. This is as it would have been in 1890 Texas. When special events hit a small town, the town would transform to a different entity. This is our job at Beaumont Ranch. You tell us what part of the Old West you want to experience and we will do our best to make it happen. Our shops are a major part of the atmosphere. Hours vary by shop keeper and event schedule.
Chisholm Fork Cowboy Chapel
This small church grew from the need for an unpretentious gathering of Christians on Beaumont Ranch.
This is a place where no fingers are pointed in judgment.
This is a place where no one should buy a new outfit to attend.
This is a place for honestly caring about the person next to you.
This is a place for solace.
This is a place to rejuvenate.
This is a place to rejoice in the Lord and his works.
This is a place to start each week.
Ron and Linda Beaumont provided the land and the small building to begin Church services on the ranch. The little chapel seats forty and is simple in decor and structure. Larry Rolison is the Cowboy chaplain. He brings years of service to the small gathering. Services are relaxed. A short time at each service is dedicated to a children�s service.