Tenters: you can put up your tent in the tree garden area (where critters can't step on you). It is a fenced in area with some fairly large shade trees that the alpacas, sheep, emus, horses, and pigs cannot get into, additionally a cold water sink, outhouse, and wifi is available. There will be peacocks and chickens in there at times, as well as a couple of cats and dog
Tenters: you can put up your tent in the tree garden area (where critters can't step on you). It is a fenced in area with some fairly large shade trees that the alpacas, sheep, emus, horses, and pigs cannot get into, additionally a cold water sink, outhouse, and wifi is available. There will be peacocks and chickens in there at times, as well as a couple of cats and dogs who find campers very fascinating.
Cars or Vans: you can park just outside the tree garden area so that you have easy access to the shade to hang out in and the water, sink, outhouse and wifi that is available.
We are a working ranch, and the animals here get up at the crack of dawn, I cannot turn them off. Some days they are noisy others they are quiet, it depends on the time of year and the breeding season.
You are welcome to hike in the pasture some, ask Linda where you can hike to. The Big Horn Mountains are 30 minutes away. Wifi is open and free.
I do need campers here before dark. So the dogs know who is out there and because I live here and I go to bed about then. Thanks
The tree garden area has an outhouse available and cold water sink.NO OPEN FIRES ALLOWED AT ANYTIME ON OUR RANCH. ZERO TOLERANCE FOR VOILATING THIS! Propane cook stoves are welcome.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 1PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at SageRidge Ranch Camping in Wyoming.
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Linda is the best host you can ask for, she went above and beyond to make sure I was comfortable and warm at night and making sure my overall stay was the best it could be. For a ranch in the middle of Wyoming she makes you feel like you’re right at home. All of her critters on the ranch are great, but the best one out of them all is buddy. After being there for 5 minutes he was already my best friend and it did make me feel better sleeping at night that buddy was right outside all night. If you are wanting to explore bighorn this is the place to stay at.
So much fun, so beautiful!
Linda is awesome and her property is beautiful! She was happy to let me feed and otherwise interact with her many wonderful animals, hike part of her property, and chat with me about anything from vegetarian rugs to the state of Wyoming in general. It was very windy, rainy, and cold one of the nights I stayed, and she went out of her way to make sure I would be warm and dry. I 100% recommend Linda's ranch!
Linda’s property was amazing has well as her customer service. She has lots of animals to watch and enjoy and even lets you explore some of her property. We had a short one-night stay but it was great!
Amazing stay in the mountains
Beautiful grounds in the mountains of Wyoming! Linda has an amazing farm complete with tons of alpacas!!! Dogs are very friendly and even played with mine, she might have had more fun than me!