Saddle up and prepare for an authentic Western experience. Brush Creek Ranch is a boutique hotel surrounded by 15,000 acres of South Central Wyoming's North Platte River Valley, in the heart of the American West.

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The Ranch features a variety of lodging options, including cabin residences, cabin rooms and suites, lodge rooms and a private Magee Homestead nestled in the beauty of the surrounding landscape. All rooms, cabins and lodges are individual in design and are equipped with beautiful western artworks and furnishings. Some even have mountain views whilst others feature fireplaces or decks with outside furniture.

There are dining options galore available on the ranch. The Trailhead Great Room offers a dining experience with panoramic views of the Snowy and Sierra Madre Range. The restaurant includes an open-hearth fireplace, a bar and guests have access to the exclusive 800-bottle wine room. The Corriente Dining Room provides exclusive private dining for up to 12 guests with an outdoor patio and access to the Cattle Baron's Library. Family-style feasts and buffets are offered at the Chuck Wagon, and is a perfect spot for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The Saloon features western-themed entertainment, a fireplace, billiards, a piano, plasma TV and karaoke.

Relax and rejuvenate at the western style Trailhead Spa. The Spa offers a number of treatments, as well as indoor and outdoor fitness and wellness programs, a steam room, sauna, outdoor hot tub and a full- service salon with manicure and pedicure stations. An indoor gymnasium invites the more active guests to take part in sports such as volleyball and basketball. There are also rock climbing walls, paintball courses, a 3D digital golf course and many more fun activities to enjoy throughout the day.

Brush Creek Ranch hosts many outdoor activities from craft programs to hiking, fishing and treasure hunts. Try Fly Fishing at the crystalline waters of the North Platte River- one of the most iconic fly fishing destinations in North America. No trip to the American West would be the same without sampling traditional western riding in the indoor riding arena or discover the Ranch's wilderness with over 50 miles of private trails. These and many more activities are offered for all age groups, experienced or beginners, equipped with professional facilities.

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This is an excellent location for an unforgettable family holiday, offering themed programs, such as Buffalo tours, Home Stead History Tours and themed days for kids or the entire family.

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Number of rooms

39

Eco Rating

3

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