zzzzzzzzzzzz for winter

We have had a few looking to come camping as the weather this Oct 2013 really has been beautiful. Sorry but it is just to much work to reopen at this time we will be reopened and back to work in May 2014 (This is the one that is weather dependent) It must stop raining long enough for the ground to dry out enough that you will not get stuck.

Closing early due to Elk

Sorry we have had to close tent camping early this year. The Elk have take over the ranch and are in full rut.

After the goring death of a yearling steer we have decided to play it safe and not remain open for the last month of our normal summer season (Sept 2013) Thank you to all of this years campers we had a great summer. Looking forward to seeing all of you again next summer. We will fix the fence over the winter to be sure everyone is safe. Building a “Elk” fence.


July 4, 2013

We are full for July 4th & 5th 2013


Campers don’t forget your Mosquito stuff. Even though it has been dryer than normal we seem to have a healthy crop of the little buggers.

Horse Back Riding

It has come to our attention that a local phone book has erroneously printed the advertisement that we offer Rental horse back riding. We apologize for this confusion. But as stated this is an error that we in fact had nothing to do with. We are a Horse boarding/training facility And a Horse campground / Horse Motel. In other words a “Bring your own horse” facility.  We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience this causes and hope to see you on the trail.

Open 2013

The weather has held and we have sites mud free. Will be open for the last weekend in March. Tent camping and horse camping by March 29, 2013.

Spring Fever

The weather here has been just superb, sunny 60*, grass is growing and we are getting spring fever, if it holds we will be opening the high ground campsites early. Hope to see you soon.

Winter projects

See both mustang training and Grace’s rescue under stables. These are 2 of this winters projects. Along with new fencing on the paddocks and increased height of exterior fencing between 6′.5″ and 8′ some with bells woven into it. This to keep the elk and their entourage of wolves and mountain lions out. Will also serve to keep the bears and other RIF RAF out of the campground.

Poultry & Lamb

Sorry to our lamb and egg customers. The coyotes & dogs won. For the time being we have given up on these guys til we can better secure our fences and keep them from being eaten by coyotes and ravaged by neighbor dogs. Will repost them when we can try again.

See you in the spring.

The rain has finally got us. It has turned to mud in the camping area, and the fire pits are under water, so the tent camping is done for the year. Hope to see you in the spring. Have a good winter.