Cowtown Keeylocko

Our story

Edward JB Keeylocko turned a fantasy of living in the Wild West into a reality that captured the hearts and minds of those who visited his 80-acre cattle ranch. 

The ranch, named Cowtown Keeylocko, lies forty-four miles outside of Tucson, Arizona, in the Sonoran Desert. The desert is an arid region, surrounded by Indian Reservations, spanning 100,000 square miles of harsh landscape. It requires a level of strength and endurance to master, something which Edward embodied.

Cowtown Keeylocko was constructed with no machinery. Edward Keeylocko built this town with telephone poles, twine, basic tools, and good people. It became a fully functional town that captures the spirit of hard work and equality symbolic to the wild west.

Who is Edward Keeylocko?

Keeylocko's legacy

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