Things to Do On the Ranch
Vacation is about disconnecting from work and responsibilities to reconnect with each other. Our rugged Western landscapes are the perfect setting to improve your relationships with an array of activities that will make everlasting memories.
Fly Fishing the Shoshone River
Feel the flow of the Shoshone River. Hear the waters churning by on their way out of Yellowstone. Toss a perfect cast into a deep hole and angle for that trophy trout.
Enjoy the area's blue-ribbon water and some of the best fishing in North America. A short walk or drive from the ranch will get you to prime waters. Depending on the season, different parts of the Shoshone River are open for fishing.
Want to fish on your own? Purchase a fishing license at a nearby convenience store or online at the Wyoming Game and Fish Department. Feel free to borrow our fishing equipment at the lodge.
For guided fishing trips, we recommend the Wyoming Trout Guides.
Kick up some trail dust for the time of your life.
With many trails starting right from the ranch and connecting into a honeycomb of 940 miles of trails in the Shoshone National Forest, you'll never feel like you have time to explore it all.
Heck, even us locals have a hard time getting to everything on offer.
Whether you want to summit a dramatic mountain or hike through Western canyon oases, you'll find views to remember from the ranch.
Horseshoes and Roping
Your dude ranch stay wouldn't be complete without a game of horseshoes.
This classic favorite is complemented by kids' favorite roping, which most adults also want to give a swing on our dummy steers.
You'll be a regular ranch hand in no time!