Terry Bison Ranch
Well, we hauled it today over to Cheyenne! We made it over the highest point on HWY 80, over 8300ft. Luckily there was a rest stop just over the top. It was a nail biting climb and the little GMC made it! Whew! This is the last of the big moutains we will have to climb! We decided to stay at the Terry Bison Ranch. Based on the website, it was a working ranch and had kids pony rides and a "carnival" type rides and playgrounds for the kids and a steakhouse. This seemed really fun and a different thing to do. We arrived to the ranch. It was just off the interstate and yes it was a Bison Ranch. The ranch was lacking life. It was more of an off the interstate RV park. They did offer pony rides $8.00 for 15 minutes around a little
. I saw the corral, but no ponies. All the activities and "life" was missing. The playsets were old and the slides were metal and by the afternoon came, they became to hot to play on. The sites were in an open gravel parking lot with no trees and at night you could hear the drone and the lights of the semi's buzzing by. The bathrooms and laundry areas were clean. They did have Bison roaming the fields. I guess at one time this used to be a busy place and as much fun as the webpage, but now, its more of an RV park.
on July 13, 2012
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