Terry Bison Ranch Resort
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Stayed overnight in Cheyenne and watched the bison. Ate dinner at the Senators Steakhouse which was on the property which was out in the middle of nowhere.
About 10 miles south of I-80, so a bit off our path, we parked for the night at Terry Bison Ranch - and paid the $30 for the 3 of us to hop on their little train out into their property to see the managerie of animals, and just about 75 of the ~4,000-head herd (2nd largest in the world) of Bison on this ranch.
We disconnected the car …
... a wedding, he said. No wonder, they can easily accommodate hundreds of people. The ranch was located at the end of 211, and that's where the road ended. We therefore drove back leisurely the same way we came in, top down as before, 40-50 mph, and soaked in the great nature surrounding us. How many cars did we see on our 50 mile long tour? 10, 15 maybe.
Back in Cheyenne it was dinnertime. Gina took us to a Mexican ...
... So pleased to get the opportunity to show off her Town, we zoomed around here, there and everywhere. The Frontier Days Museum, the one I should have gone to had closed by now, and Marcia was on the phone to the Director, making sure I would be given free entrance the next morning. The best part of our little tour however was being taken out to a real cattle ranch, something I could never have done on my own. We went out to the Hereford Ranch and what ...
... for maximum sun exposure. Borglum decided the sculpture should have a national focus, and chose the four presidents whose likenesses would be carved into the mountain. After securing federal funding, construction on the memorial began in 1927, and the presidents' faces were completed between 1934 and 1939. On Gutzon Borglum's death in March 1941, his son Lincoln took over construction. Although the initial concept called for each president ...
How has this ranch rated in the past?
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
TravelPod Member ReviewsTerry Bison Ranch Resort Cheyenne
Rv park with a ranch attached that you can get a tour of.
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