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Terry Bison Ranch East Cheyenne

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Terry Bison Ranch
51 I-25 Service Road
East Cheyenne
WY
82007
Tel: 307 634 4171

Where are we going today?

It's the Wild West back to give your family a whole lotta western adventure! Terry Bison Ranch is a super fun way to immerser yourself in the land of the Old West, with entertainment, food, rides and adventure!

Want to hear some of the super fun activities that you can get up to at the ranch? Here we go!

The TRX Train Tour will take you on a super fun adventure on wheels - that even crosses into Colorado on the tour! These daily tours run on a standard gauge rail, and is super fun for that locomotive adventure on your family day out!

Feeling a little horse? Only because you're probably taking part on one of the ranch's horseback rides which operator rail, shine or snow! These relaxing rides of around an hour are great for those little cowboy and cowgirls over 8 years of age. Starting at the Trading Post, kids (or adults, you too!) can head on down to the 7XL Stables, where you will be introduced to your horse. Load up - and head out on the trail!

Some of the rides can be about 2 hours long, and some meals are served during summer - pretty awesome! If you're a beginner, don't you even worry because they have gentle horses just for you. They have you covered!

If you have kids under 8 years, they can feel the excitement too with the pony rides - great for those not ready for the bigger horses. Not just pony rides either, but carnival tides too! Super fun! 

Fishing? Well they had to eat back in the old west! Your kids don't even have to clean what they catch because there is someone there who will do it for them! You just need to bring your own tackle, and try and catch that Rainbow Trout!

Ready to have some playground fun? The Kid Corral is a super fun play area just for the kids - with a whirly bird and airplane ride - just to name a few! 

Howdy partner - did you say you thought the Terry Bison Ranch sounded fun? Yee Haw so did we! 

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How much does it cost?

  • AdultsVaries. $8 pony rides. $4 carousel rides
  • ChildrenBison train ride for Varies. $8 pony rides. $4 carousel ridesSunday Lunch $25
LAST UPDATED 2015

When can we go?

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All year round

I'm Hungry!

From cafes, Sunday Lunch to the steakhouse, you will find something tasty to eat - including bison! It's super healthy too! The cafe is open June to August, and serves breakfast. .

Healthy Eating!

There are plenty of healthy eating options between all the food locations so you don't have to worry. There's always catching your own fish too and enjoying that for dinner! .

Any Top Tips?

Try out the Sunday lunch train! For $25 per person, you get to experience a super fun ride as you enjoy your lunch! .

Doing our bit

They do their best to educate kids on the history of the old west as well as those beautiful bison - a learning experience too! .

Need a little extra help?

The train rides are handicap accessible. .

Can I get one of those?

The Trading Post gift shop is open every day except Christmas, and unique gifts are there for you to pick up (as well as buffalo meat!) .

More information

They can do birthday parties at the ranch! You can have unlimited rides for the unlimited number of children you want to invite! .

What people are saying?

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    We stayed here last year. We found it "rough" but quaint. We stayed here again this year but will never stay again. The roads are BAD. We had to inch over the deep potholes. As we pulled past the office, we were greeted by the most unsightly site of "trailer trash", and I mean that literally. The park was full of long term trailers (looked like transitory workers). They had work trucks, work trailers, propane tanks, plywood skirts, foil in windows and junk piled outside everywhere. We were crammed in between two worker rigs, very close....Read More

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    The TBR is suppose to be a resort but being next to a major highway excludes it from being a resort . Everything there is run down and in disrepair , all activities are expensive. The RV area is next to a highway and so are the run down over priced cabins. The restaurants is over priced for bison products with a limited menu. The train ride through the bison herd is nice but run down . Save your money other ranches nearby are the way to go .

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    I loved watching the buffalo heard roam! Bathrooms clean. Store well stocked with souvenirs but not much food (disappointed - we needed milk, bread ect..). Mail handled correctly. Restaurant had great buffet but pretty pricey. Staff friendly. Close to town but not in town was nice and dusty. I would recommend.

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    We stayed in our coach a week at Terry Bison Ranch, a definite mistake that will never be repeated. We were placed in Site 81; from our front window we had a lovely view of the dump station and the trash bins. On our driver side we were side by side with another motor home so close we could talk window to window. But our best view was on our passenger side, coming out my door I was greeted by a snarling barking little dog hanging out our neighbors cottage window. Along the entire right side of my coach was a building wall. When I walked along their...Read More

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    This park is way overpriced for what they provide. The roads were badly potholed, the greenery is almost all weeds and you will be serenaded by the employees LOUD barking dogs late into the night. Staff was indifferent on check in and provided no information on area sights to see. Tours, fishing and other amenities seemed designed merely to seperate you from as much money as fast as possible. Example, charging $19.50 to fish in their lake, for 3 fish, no catch and release allowed. Wifi is weak and unreliable. Dusty, dirty and unkempt park priced...Read More

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by Ging EYz

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We stayed here last year. We found it "rough" but quaint. We stayed here again this year but will never stay again. The roads are BAD. We had to inch over the deep potholes. As we pulled past the office, we were greeted by the most unsightly site of "trailer trash", and I mean that literally. The park was full of long term trailers (looked like transitory workers). They had work trucks, work trailers, propane tanks, plywood skirts, foil in windows and junk piled outside everywhere. We were crammed in between two worker rigs, very close. We had a wind storm and I was very afraid that some JUNK was going to blow and crash into my motorhome window. It cost way too much for this junky park.

by ST Owens

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We stayed in our coach a week at Terry Bison Ranch, a definite mistake that will never be repeated. We were placed in Site 81; from our front window we had a lovely view of the dump station and the trash bins. On our driver side we were side by side with another motor home so close we could talk window to window. But our best view was on our passenger side, coming out my door I was greeted by a snarling barking little dog hanging out our neighbors cottage window. Along the entire right side of my coach was a building wall. When I walked along their pot holed dirt road I was greeted at the cottage front by a larger angry snarling dog that wanted to come over the fence to attack me. My neighbors owned three dogs. It made a call to the General Manager but nothing was ever done. Looking around the area the permanent people have a sufficient amount of junk and trash around them that gives the place a really low class trailer park image certainly not a “guest ranch” as advertised The noise from speeding vehicle on the interstate was incredible and to top it off the Union Pacific operates a rail line across the highway. We were told by the office wifi is available throughout the park. Yep you connect at 81 with the wifi server but not the internet. So why did I stay, I did a foolish thing I paid for a week before checking the site and there are no refunds and we were up against a Labor Day weekend. I think I would have been happier at Walmart parking lot.

by Benjaman Dali

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This park is way overpriced for what they provide. The roads were badly potholed, the greenery is almost all weeds and you will be serenaded by the employees LOUD barking dogs late into the night. Staff was indifferent on check in and provided no information on area sights to see. Tours, fishing and other amenities seemed designed merely to seperate you from as much money as fast as possible. Example, charging $19.50 to fish in their lake, for 3 fish, no catch and release allowed. Wifi is weak and unreliable. Dusty, dirty and unkempt park priced way over what is should be at. Staff claims 80+' sites but they are actually 65' and under.

The Weather

Saturday

Conditions: Partly Cloudy
Temp: 41° F / 5° C
Humidity: 60 %
Wind: South - 4 MPH

Sunday

Conditions: Partly Cloudy
Temp: 41° F / 5° C
Humidity: 41 %
Wind: W - 25 MPH

Monday

Conditions: Partly Cloudy
Temp: 48° F / 9° C
Humidity: 50 %
Wind: WSW - 17 MPH

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