It occured to me just recently that there must be alot of folks out there that feel like a dude ranch might be a wonderful family vacation option, but are wondering how do I find the very best dude ranch? I've been involved with the dude ranch industry for nearly 20 years now, so hopefully I can give you an idea on what to look for in a great ranch. First off the perfect dude ranch for you and your family is going to offer something for each member of you group.
Right now we have an exciting offer at Paradise: 20% off the first two weeks of the season! Book now and receive a discount off the weeks of May 31-June 7 or June 7-14.
These are very peaceful, beautiful weeks at the ranch. Our hiking, fishing, and riding programs are included, and our saloon and nightly activities are in full swing. Wow, that's a lot of FUN for a great price!
We added another week to our "adult-only" season! We will now have five full weeks available. September 20-27, 2015, will now be open for $1650 per person for a Sunday-to-Sunday stay. The fall colors will be most spectacular and the fireplaces will feel oh-so-cozy that week, so don't miss out!
Our horse program will still be in full swing, as well as our fishing and hiking programs. We will feature a number of guest musicians in the saloon and our talented crew will be entertaining as well.
Wondering what it's like to spend a week at a Dude Ranch in Wyoming? Let us walk you through the activities that we offer. You only get one week at Paradise Guest Ranch so we try to pack in as much FUN as we can!
The Kid's Rodeo is a great finale to the week where Kids can show off their riding skills in the arena and parents can cheer them on from the bleachers! We have fun things for all ages at Paradise Guest Ranch.
"Where can kids star in their own rodeo? Paradise Guest Ranch, where each guest six and over is assigned his own horse. The ranch makes families a priority." -Ladies Home Journal
Setting up the barrels.
Miss Mabel Lee was sent out west by her father because she was too "boy crazy" back home. Unfortunately, Mabel's father sent her to a state with a very unbalanced ratio of men to women, and she quickly married a man named Gordon Meldrum and made Wyoming her new home. Gordon and Mabel inherited what we now know as Paradise Ranch from Gordon's father and used it as a working cattle ranch.
The guests are gone, the crew has trickeld out, and the ranch is empty as we approach the winter months of the offseason. We are surrounded by memories of the 2014 season, which was exciting and memorable for many reasons.
The season began with heavy rain which produced a lush, green landscape. Jim Niner, the cowboy singer, said it was the greenest summer in his lifetime. During the month of June, the view on the mesa was a myriad of wildflowers and a stunning array of colors.
Each and every day at Paradise our purpose is to make our guests as happy as possible. Throughout this week, we have been preparing the ranch to serve that purpose, and boy has it been amazing to watch this place transform!