Wyoming’s Brush Creek Ranch Offers One Night Free in June

One of the few benefits of this forced downtime in the travel world is the chance to take as many webinars as we please to better educate ourselves about destinations and properties. The webinar we took with Schelby Merrill, Director of Leisure Sales, at the Brush Creek Ranch in Wyoming was one of the most memorable. Fly to Denver and drive 3 ½ hours through exquisite countryside they call the Medicine Bow-Routt National Forest and you reach 30,000 acres of prime real estate in southern Wyoming. The property not only offers a quintessential ranch experience, but being a Relais and Chateaux property, also expect the dining to be sublime.

There are 11 cabins, split between 2 and 3 bedrooms, that are ideal for social distancing, replete with full kitchen and living room. You might choose to dine inside your cabin or outside at one of their two restaurants, but don’t expect to use the oven much. Brush Creek offers an all-inclusive experience, including all meals, wines/sprits, horseback riding for all levels, a Wrangler’s Camp for children aged 4-9 including art and crafts and geology, fly-fishing, yoga and meditation, and more than 70 miles of trails to hike or bike. There’s also cooking classes and wine tastings. A typical stay is 5-7 nights and, during the month of June, they’ll give you a night free and throw in cowboy boots. Yee-haw!

The temperature tomorrow is supposed to hit the low 80s in Boston, so I don’t expect to be at my desk. I’m jumping on my bike and going for a long ride. Have a fantastic Memorial Day Weekend and keep active! I’ll be back on Tuesday with detailed information on what our favorite travel suppliers are doing this summer.