Easy check in process with accurate directions. As mentioned in other reviews, the ranch is at the end of a 4-mile dirt road drive up a mountain. Stressful, but you will be rewarded with spectacular views from certain vantage points of the ranch. The Skipper tent was centrally located with the pros (easy access to different parts of the ranch) and cons (not quite as private as we had hoped) inherent in that central spot. Lots of flies but they were dissuaded with bug spray. Overall a very pleasant stay!
Shanna was a wonderful host and she truly has a delightful ranch full of friendly animals! It was so much fun to pet the cows, watch the evening feedings, and interact with the roosters and chickens. And so many llamas! Just such a fun time. The trailer was comfy, well-appointed, and had running water as well as electricity. It was a memorable stay and I would definitely recommend it!
Camper was well appointed and the directions were accurate. There were a lot of people sharing the field (maybe 20 or more) so it was not as private as we imagined. Still, the camper was clean, warm and comfy. Overall it was a nice place.
Stayed at the wilderness glamping cabin and let me tell you it was the highlight of our entire cross country road trip. You drive a mile on a dirt road (guided by the host) until you reach the most picturesque glen surrounded by trees--absolute, complete privacy. It had everything we needed and it was the most gorgeous slice of heaven. Isa was a responsive, thoughtful host and Jack was so pleasant and welcoming. I was hesitant to post a review so positive because I would love to keep this secret to myself! Highly, highly recommend.