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Hands down, the best family trip we've ever taken was to the Lonesome Spur Ranch! Lonnie and Elaine were incredible hosts to my 9 and 10 year old boys, wife, and me, and the scenery while riding was amazing. There is barely a day that...More
The review by Lanidie151 hit the nail on the head. The total amount for one week is around $1800. Typically for vacations where I've spent that type of money, there is a lot more catering to my needs as a guest. I will say, you...More
The ranch is very good, you experience the real life of the brangles. Elaine and Loane are very nice and helpful. We really enjoy our holiday, we went out with the horses in the field and we Also went to check the cattle. In the...More
This was my 3rd trip to the Lonesome Spur Ranch and each time was better than the last. The last thing I wanted in a ranch was a "dude ranch", I wanted to gather, saddle and bridle my own horse. I wanted to ride in...More
We really enjoyed the many western opportunies we received during our two weeks at the Lonesome Spur Ranch. My husband, myself and our two daughters branded and trailed cows. We camped over night in the beautiful Pryor mountains you could see the stars and the...More
Hi there, I am going to Lonesome Spur ranch in two weeks. I am going on my own so I m excited but a bit nervous. I just wondered if you guys could recommend anything for my packing list? Do I need Towels? Did you need proper mucking out boots aswell as riding boots?
Thank you for your time.
1 September 2014|
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hi. make sure you have basic clothing to suit all temperatures from hot down to chilly. you are going to a ranch thats on the edge of the yellowstone park so the weather can be chilly in the morning then red hot by lunch... More
hi. make sure you have basic clothing to suit all temperatures from hot down to chilly. you are going to a ranch thats on the edge of the yellowstone park so the weather can be chilly in the morning then red hot by lunch. remember to take spare batteries or charger for your camera as thats one item that will be used a lot. hope you have a fantastic holiday.
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"If you want western down home style this is GREAT"