Created By: Pulaski County Tourism Bureau & Visitors Center
OLD STAGECOACH STOP, 106 N. LYNN ST: The original log building was built by William Walton McDonald in the mid-1850s. The original structure was two log cabins connected by an open “dogtrot.” One cabin was used as a residence and the other as a stop for passengers on the Burden & Woodson stage route. During the Civil War, the building was commandeered by Union forces and used as a hospital. During World War II Fort Leonard Wood boom military service members and families boarded here. The building now houses the Old Stagecoach Stop Museum.
This point of interest is part of the tour: Waynesville Downtown Walking Tour