Cross Creek Cowboys are an 1880s re-enactment
group who authentically depict old west
events, including shootouts, saloon gun
battles, jail breaks, bank robberies,
and train robberies.
group does extensive research into 1880s
clothing, weaponry and history, and they
have won numerous awards for authenticity,
acting and showmanship. They have appeared
on KABC Channel 7 in Los Angeles and have
been featured in Coast Magazine, The Los
Angeles Times, The Orange County Register,
and various other newspapers. Members
of the group have appeared on television
and in feature films and use names such
as Sonora, Kodi Kid, Lobo, Zeb Martha
Jane, Miss Etta, and La Contessa.
the direction of Hector Gomez, founder
and manager, in the last four years they
have made over 130 appearances at events
throughout southern California and Arizona.
are headquartered in San Juan Capistrano,
where they regularly take part in numerous
civic functions. They are a favorite attraction
in the annual Fiesta de las Golondrinas
Parade and have entertained dignitaries
visiting San Juan, at the request of the
Chamber of Commerce.