Feel Like You’re In The Old West At These Wyoming Guest Ranches
Need a taste of the old west for weekend? Maybe you've got friends or family visiting and they want the "wild west experience?"
A guest ranch could be up your alley. From horseback rides to fishing and cookouts to roping, these are some of our favorite guest ranches around the Cowboy State...
Just 20 miles west of Dubois, or about 67 miles east of Jackson Hole is the Triangle C Ranch. It's an all-inclusive stay that features fishing, hiking, and hunting opportunities. Plus, the view from the campfire in the evening can't be beat.
Located on a 30,000 acre cattle ranch, Busch Creek is near the community of Saratoga. Take in the views of both the Medicine Bow National Forest and Sierra Madre Mountain Range. Keep busy with fly fishing, horseback riding, archery, hunting, and hiking.
A dude ranch with great history, just outside of Laramie. If you're looking to go horseback riding for the first time, this is your spot! You can also check out hiking trails, fishing opportunities, and tube down the river. Don't forget a family hay ride!
If it's scenary you're after, this is your best bet. Located in the Big Horn Mountains near Buffalo, the Paradise Guest Ranch features rustic cabins and it's own saloon. You can learn to horseback ride, rodeo, fly fish, and even square dance.
Did we mention scenery? This is another great spot to check out the landscape. Nestled in the Tetons, the Gros Venture River Ranch allows guests to go whitewater rafting, hiking, horseback riding, and they're known for some of the best fly fishing spots in the state.