Owners of the 1862 Virginia Dale Overland Stage Station and the 1909 Hurzeler House
Virginia Dale Community Club
Our mission is to preserve for society the beauty and culture of rural living while promoting the historical significance of our community through our events and activities.
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Celebrating the 158th year of the Virginia Dale Overland Stage Station!
Built in 1862 by the notorious Jack Slade, the Virginia Dale Stage Station is the only Stage Station still standing on the historic Overland Trail. The adjacent Hurzeler House, built in 1909 by Emil Hurzeler, was used as a personal residence for those who operated the general store and post office inside the stage station. Learn more about the history of these buildings.