Terry Bison Ranch Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTerry Bison Ranch Resort Cheyenne
Rv park with a ranch attached that you can get a tour of.
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... sans-serif; line-height: normal; ">We made it to Cheyenne about 6:30 pm just as it was getting dark. We have an app that can tell us if there is a place with free overnight parking and sure enough, the Sierra Trading Company is headquartered in Cheyenne and has a lovely big place that is landscaped beautifully. We talked to the sweet security guard Bob Miller who told us he would watch out for us overnight in ...
... town was named after General John A Rawlins, who visited the area on a tour of the west in 1867. Within 2 years the population soared to 574 including 81 members of the military assigned to Fort Rawlins.
Today, Rawlins is the center of a thriving sheep and cattle industry and still a major "station" on the Union Pacific. Coal, uranium, oil and gas are found in the area. Rawlins is not too far off from Yellowstone and Grand ...
... trumpeter swan nesting area left at the time. Trumpeter
swans were successful here and the progeny of swans from red rocks were used to
repopulate this species in many parts of its range. The Refuge remains a vital nesting area for
swans and an amazing array of waterbirds and it lies in this incredible remote
Anyway, after 33 miles of a poor gravel road through this
incredible remote valley surrounded by ...
... the distance. Ridges and buttes break up the horizon. Not likely to spot any golden arches, but plenty of horses and lots of cattle ( what they call cows back east). I know ranching is a tough job, but the scenery has to offer at least some compensation. Wyoming has many postcard-worthy views. It was hard to stop every 10 minutes for photos, but I managed to snap some and will let them do the rest of my ...
... 100 miles away. Coming into Cheyenne, we could see the Rocky Mountains in Colorado, since they are only about 50 miles away. All day long we were saying, "Look, Look!". Just incredible.
Pulled into Cheyenne about 3pm. There is an Outback Steakhouse just down the street. Bill was just saying today that he'd like to eat a steak. As has happened so often on this trip, things just seem to work out. Sometimes I think we have someone watching over us.......