Cattle Drive Vacations in Montana- Our Rates
Weekly Rate: (Cattle Drive Vacations) $1900
Lodging in bunkhouse, private bedroom, home-cooked meals, well-trained cow horses to ride, western tack and saddle, riding instructions, and cattle to work on about 33,000+ acres of Montana country. Taxes are included in price.
Cabins with private bathrooms (additional $100.00 per person, or $150.00 for single occupancy).
Bunkhouse has seven private queen-size rooms with two semi-private bathrooms.
Transportation from Billings to ranch for your cattle drive holiday and back–round trip fee is $100 per person. Additional charges may apply if an extra trip is required not on a pickup date or for additional days accommodations.
Payment & Cancellations
Upon receiving confirmation for your reservation for your cattle drive in Montana, a $500 deposit is required per person per week to hold your place. Within 90 days of your trip, your deposit is non-refundable. The balance of your vacation is due 30 days prior to your arrival at the ranch, and is non-refundable once your trip is paid for in full.
We accept: Cash, Personal Checks (with approval), Visa, MasterCard, and Bank Wire.
Please contact our office for further information. 307-272-6688 or 307-548-6688
Gratuities are not included in the above rate. Tips account for a large portion of our staff’s income and they work hard to give you an enjoyable experience that you will never forget. Gratuities are suggested at 15%.
Dryhead Ranch has made discount arrangements at two hotels in Billings. If you tell them that you are staying at the Dryhead Ranch for a cattle drive when you call to make a reservation, you will receive our guest discount. Both hotels have a courtesy phone at the airport where you can arrange for their airport shuttle service.
2511 1st Avenue North, Billings, MT 59101
Dude Rancher Lodge ★★★☆☆
415 North 29th Street, Billings, MT 59101
Dryhead Ranch reserves the right to alter or change any attraction, dates or activities, due to unforeseen circumstances. However, substitutions of a similar kind will be arranged. These circumstances will include; unfavorable weather conditions, range or pasture conditions, insufficient bookings or Federal or State land management changes.
Not sure what to bring on your ranch vacation? Click here for a list of what you’ll need.
Please note: We are located on a Federal Indian Reservation and as such we cannot allow alcohol. If we are inspected by the BIA (Bureau of Indian Affairs) and you are found with alcohol in your possession, you will be responsible for any fines that may be issued.