The Trail of Fame leads visitors through downtown Dodge City. The first 20 medallions will be placed from the Santa Fe Depot to the Dodge City Visitor Center and the Boot Hill Museum complex and at the intersections of Gunsmoke and Spruce Streets along Second Avenue.
Future development of the trail will place many more medallions and bronze sculptures up Central, First, Second and Third Avenues and along Gunsmoke, Military and Spruce Streets. If you have a particular medallion or other memorial you would like to sponsor, please contact us.
1. Wyatt S. Earp and Wyatt Earp sculpture
2. Bat Masterson - close to where his home stood.
3. Doc Holliday - close to his room #27, Dodge House Hotel
4. "Big Nose" Kate Elder - Doc's paramour
5. Gen. George A. Custer - Near Military Ave. which led to Ft. Dodge.
6. Errol Flynn - Starred in "Dodge City" - 1937
7. Henry Fonda - Played Wyatt Earp in "My Darlin Clementine"
8. Chalkely Beeson - Dodge City pioneer, by the Beeson Theater
9. Buck Taylor - Newly O'Brien on "Gunsmoke"
10. Amanda Blake - Miss Kitty Russell on "Gunsmoke"
11. James Arness - Marshal Matt Dillon on "Gunsmoke"
12. Milburn Stone - Kansas Native - Doc Adams on "Gunsmoke"
13. Burt Reynolds - Quint Asper on "Gunsmoke"
14. Ken Curtis - Festus Haggen on "Gunsmoke"
15. Dennis Weaver - Chester Goode on "Gunsmoke"
16. Charles Rath - Dodge City Pioneer
17. Hugh O'Brian - Wyatt Earp on "Wyatt Earp" TV show
18. Gene Barry - Bat Masterson on "Bat Masterson" TV show
19. Gen. Grenville M. Dodge - Civil War, Union Pacific Railroad magnate
20. Dennis Hopper - Famous Dodge City Native
21. Marshal Ramon House - Last US Marshal in Dodge City
22. Dr. T. L. McCarty - First Doctor - First Coroner
23. Glenn Strange - Sam Noonan, bartender, on "Gunsmoke"
24. James Nusser - Louie Pheeters, town drunk, on "Gunsmoke"