The BIT-O-WYO RANCH is at 8000 feet so a light weight jacket is a good idea no matter the time of year
Closed toe shoes are recommended
There are plenty of Photo Ops so don't forget your camera
To Get Ready for a great trail ride
Boots or shoes with heels
If you weigh over 225 lbs let us know (the Wranglers can keep a secret) we want to have the right horse for you.
Sun Screen is a mustIf you are wearing a hat make certain it will stay on your head (remember the Wyoming Winds) The wranglers can't always get off their horse to chase your hat.
A light weight waterproof jacket. We have some surprise showers.
We went last weekend and had a blast! It was really cool to get to hang out with the horses before dinner. Steak dinners were amazing and the apple sauce was homemade! After dinner, the band played some bluegrass favorites and told some cowboy jokes. I think my favorite part of it was the sense of comradery between the musicians, "the cook", and the guests. You can tell that they enjoy spending time together playing music and spending time with you.
We have been up twice now and plan to go next year. The beautiful scenery, easy-going staff and ownership, and well cared-for animals are what make this place unique. It doesn't feel touristy, and the prices are fair.
Our family had a great time at this beautiful location. The steaks were delicious and the musicians are talented. A great night!
We are currently accepting reservations for our 2017 season. The Bit-O-Wyo Ranch has been open to guests continually for over 20 years. Come see us for a one of a kind trail ride and the Horse Barn Dinner Show. Reservations Required.
We tried to make reservations, got a run around. He said he will try to make it work and call us back at noon. He never did. We tried to call back twice! no one answered. The next day He calls and says "Do you want us to pay for the steaks you did not eat?" That has to be the worst customer service ever!! Who does this? You either have space or not, you can not hint that maybe it will work for you. Then never confirm the reservations. On the first phone call while trying to make reservations ( their web site says reservations needed) we are told cash only they do not take cards, when he called us trying to get us to pay for a dinner we did not get. He asked us for a credit card number over the phone!! So do you take cards or not? Or was this some scam by one of the employees. We will never go there and can not recommend them.