The property offers close access to endless hiking. The Snowy Range and surrounding area has so many opportunities for sightseeing and wildlife watching. Brooklyn lake lodge, Medicine Bow Peak, Libby Flats and so much more. Pictured is Medicine Bow Peak and one of my favorite medium length hikes.
When you think of Wyoming you might not associate that with good eats right away, but you’d be wrong. Surprising? When you combine eclectic college town tastes with western Wyoming fare, you will find that there’s a little bit of everything.
Albany Lodge, just 1.5 miles from the ranch, is open for 3 meals a day 365 days a year. Enjoy their full rustic bar and dining hall, the perfect place to grab a bite after a long day of fun. Saturday night prime rib dinners and keno to get your gambling fix.
The town of Centennial is 11 miles from the ranch. You’ll find The Trading Post, locally owned and serving owner raised beef. Drop by Bear Bottom Grill for pizza and live outdoor music in the summer.
Laramie offers everything from Wyoming steaks and funky fries to award winning curry Thai. Put away the suit and tie and don your clean Wranglers, we are Wyoming formal here.
Guy Fieri has 36 restaurants on his Triple D hotspots close to Laramie, here are some of our favorites.
Deerwood is the very first BLM Certified Wild Horse EcoSanctuary. What this means is that we are private landowners approved by the BLM to care for wild horses. Deerwood Ranch is a family owned operation that has been used for cattle ranching for over 30 years.
With the growing need to maintain the numbers of wild horses and with dwindling grazing available in the wild, the BLM (Bureau of Land Management, Department of the Interior) has turned to private landowners for help. There are 16 wild horse herd management areas in Wyoming alone, operated by the BLM on public properties.
Deerwood is the very first Wild Horse Eco Sanctuary on private land in the entire United States. Here, these beautiful animals will be able to live out their lives and be cared for in a setting that is as close to possible to like their natural environment… only better!
Enjoy private access to Rebel Range. Multiple steel, paper and reactive targets are available. Practice personal defense at 7 yards, or zero in your rifle with targets from 100-1000 yards.
Come ride the largest groomed snowmobile trail system in the country perfect for beginners or get into some of the best snow and technical riding for the experts and everything in between. All riding accessible right from the property.
Access to 100’s of miles of OHV trails is only 2 miles west of us. You can take a quick trip up to Rob Roy Reservoir or do an all day round trip all the way over Libby Flatts and back through Centennial.
The start of the Rail-Trail is only 1 mile to the south of the property and is a hard-packed gravel surface (like that found in a baseball outfield) averaging 10 feet wide. It is suitable for mountain bikes, cycle-cross or any bike with fairly wide tires (road bikes are not recommended). Grades and curves are gentle and suitable for users of varying abilities. The trail is 21 miles from the Pelton Creek Trailhead in the south to the Dry Park Trailhead in the north, not counting the added 1 mile detour at Fox Park.