Plan for Fun on a Family Dude Ranch Vacation


Author: Tom SampleSome people have a love for the Wild West. Although it's not so "wild" anymore, there is a certain romance to the whole cowboy image. Horses, campfires, riding the range - some people wish they could experience life the way it used to be. Now, you can. Many families are choosing to take adventure vacations to dude ranches in the U.S. and elsewhere. On these vacations, they can live out their dreams of being a cowboy in the old West.Once you have decided that you want to go to a Dude Ranch, there are several more decisions and plans that you have to make before you wind up there. Here are a few to help you get started in your quest of becoming a cowboy for awhile.First, decide what is important to you. Do you want to ride horses and round up the cows? Do you mind sleep in a cabin or even out under the stars occasionally? Or are you more the type of person that would rather be pampered, stay in rough-looking but five star quality cabins and have a five « Continue »

Girls' Getaway Week Special!

Time to Cowgirl up Imagine lying in the woods on a far off mountain top: smelling the pine-scented air, listening to the crickets, and catching the final rays of summer on your face.  You'll be headed back to the ranch soon, with one of our guides and your trusted horse; you can almost feel the hot tub and taste the chilled glass of Chardonnay.  Outdoor adventures, massages, homemade desserts, and close friends have filled your week. It's been full of great conversations, boot stompin' evening entertainment, side-splitting laughs, and gracious hospitality. It's been a vacation to remember and you can't wait to do it all again. [nggallery id=6] Take time away from the daily grind and make time for those you love, all while relaxing in one of Idaho's great dude ranches. Whether it's mother-daughter time, a sisters' get-together, or just friends catching up, Girls' Getaway Week at Red Horse Mountain Ranch is the best vacation to ensure that everyone will enjoy themselves. Our « Continue »