Cattle Drives – Accommodations
There are two choices for lodging. Our cabins have a private bathroom with a wonderful, quiet, comfort for the weary cowboy guest. Ranch pictures decorate the walls from Montana cattle drives gone by and the porch is a good way to unwind from a great day riding and moving cattle.
Or… choose to stay in one of our comfy bunkhouse rooms and step back into the cowboy days on a real working ranch. We have blended old and new in a western way by leaving the old log look and mixing it with hot water, heat, and electricity. It is inviting.
Each place to stay for your cattle drive vacation has a cool porch where everyone can gather to sit and enjoy the scenery and the friendships you will make during your cattle drive holiday.
The bunkhouse was built in 1907 as a cow barn for milking and hay loft. We remodeled it in 2005 adding bathrooms and a breezy wrap around porch. There are 7 bedrooms arranged to accommodate 13-17 people depending on their needs. The porch is a natural gathering place for shared stories, enjoying music, or a quiet time before heading to bed.
Down the canyon from the bunkhouse are two cabins. Each cabin has a private bathroom and is rented independently from the bunkhouse. The private porch and being able to hear the Dryhead creek out your door are quiet benefits in choosing to stay in a cabin. The wrangle horses stay in the same meadow where the cabins sit, so it is normal to hear them grazing outside your cabin each morning.
Cattle Drive Vacation Amenities
Our ranch house features a great room where guests are welcome to relax after the days ride. We also have a gift shop where guests and cowboys can buy needed riding items to use on their cattle drive vacation or gift items to take home. In the great room is a small library of second hand books, western movies, and complimentary WiFi. The WiFi reaches to most places throughout the ranch headquarters.