Terry Bison Ranch Resort is a functioning bison ranch with adventures to explore. We have a bison train tour that takes you out to feed the bison, a steak house, cafe, horseback trail rides, atv trail rides and plenty of animals to look at. The dry camping is in the fields surrounding the park.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out
- Response time: Within 12 hours
- Response rate: 80%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
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Terry Bison Ranch Resort is a great place to camp! There were so many things to do! The train ride, feeding bison and the horseback trail ride were the highlights of my stay. The food was also amazing! The host was very accommodating.
I would highly recommend staying here!
Not for tent camping
An interesting and fully equipped spot for RV's, but probably a place to avoid if you're tent camping. The tent sites were cramped, poorly maintained, and the site is very very loud. The freeway is 100 yards away and there is constant truck traffic. Some of the tent sites were taken over by RVers who spread their gear and trucks everywhere. Staff very nice and there is full service with a shop, showers, play areas, activities, and, of course, bison.
Big open space - definitely caters to the RV crowd, there was a sold out concert at their drive in movie theater our first night. The restaurant was good and had a band outside (pretty loud but they were good) + it was fun being able to see the animals. Not a ton to do right nearby.
Green space with plenty amenities
Terry bison ranch was a delight...clean facilities, hot showers, laundry, restaurant, general store with beautiful jewelry, bison meat, and much more! Outside of the Hipcamp listing (which has no hookups, but access to amenities) the site is also an RV resort with electric and water hookups, a rodeo venue, restaurant and bison ranch (hence the name). If you get time I highly recommend taking the train ride which lasts about 45mins. It’s runs across the border to Colorado with views of bison (which you get to feed), camel, and much more. I’d recommend for any age.
Regarding the campsite, it’s a large open green space behind the RV resort with 3-4 portable toilets. We got here at night so the store was closed—I believe they close at 8, however Amy emailed us instructions to the site ahead of time so we had no issues. Just note this location is next to a local highway heading to Colorado so you will hear cars pass by however it’s not unbearable. Besides that, the site is pretty private. There was only one RV next to us and a few on the other side which look like they’ve been there long term. There is a roundabout so large RVs or trailers should have no issues getting out.