The Lodge and Spa at Brush Creek Ranch

66 Brush Creek Ranch Rd | Saratoga, WY 82331-9726  [SEE MAP]Saratoga, WY  [SEE ADDRESS]

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TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5

Awesome Ranch Experience

Oct 7th, 2019

My wife and I brought my 70 year old mother, 16 year old, 12 year old and 10 year old for a 3 night stay at the The Lodge at Brush Creek. My only complaint is that I wish we had stayed longer! Everything was spectacular from the activities, to the food, to the accommodations. Rooms were comfortable and very nicely decorated. The majority of Activities were arranged with just our family and the guide(s) — making it feel very exclusive. The cattle drive was the only activity in which we were combined with other people — which actually made the experience better since you have to herd a couple hundred cattle (make sure you select this activity). The staff was extremely accommodating and some of the friendliest people you will ever meet. Everyone had a smile and seemed like they really enjoyed being there. Management was engaged and checked in with us each day - asking if there was anything we needed. Food was very good and plenty of it. Breakfast was complete with omelet station and plenty of other selections. Lunch varied by day and was always good. We ate at the Farm on two occasions — had our share of wagyu steaks. You will never be hungry during your stay! The grounds are beautiful with plenty of “free time” activities for the kids from a rec center with games and basketball court to a climbing wall. The younger kids enjoyed every second of our trip. I highly recommend Brush Creek to anyone considering a Wyoming Ranch vacation. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 3


Sep 27th, 2019

This is a joke as you pay that amount of money and they want extra to do any of the more advanced horse rides, the spa treatment, gun shooting, and other things. For the prices they charge this should all be included. All you’re really paying for is a service of people. Sure you get some cocktails and wine but come on for these prices it is not right. The rich and famous come here as they make it sound like a once-in-a-lifetime experience. All you have to do is go out in the countryside and you can get the same view for free. If you really know the bio diversity of the grazing lands around this area you would know that it’s been overgrazed. They try and tell you how they’re running the special herd of cows, which that’s fine but do proper grazing. Spending 40 years in the field and helping farmers and ranchers learn how to graze grasses and other species correctly I would sure expect more of a place that claims to be so environmentally concerned. Almost all the people working here are from back East and have no clue what the real West and the environment should look like. They’ve learned what they know from Books and don’t understand the real West. Sad to say a huge corporation like this and they really don’t give a darn. There are ecological site descriptions which would help them understand the grasslands in this area. I’ll get off my bandwagon now, just know these are the facts and those folks don’t really understand or know what it should look like. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5

Fantastic Experience!

Sep 23rd, 2019

One of the best resorts I have ever been to! So much great stuff to do, fantastic staff, food, etc. perfect for families! Fly Fishing, mountain biking, unlimited target shooting, truly world-class! I would give this resort my highest recommendation! TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5

Unforgettable holiday

Aug 29th, 2019

Brush Creek Ranch gets everything right - the activities, accommodation, food & wine on offer are of the highest quality. The Farm is not to be missed! Some amazing people work at BCR, too many to name, who made our stay unforgettable. We were sad to leave but we'll definitely be back. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5

Very Fun Stay!!

Jul 19th, 2019

Spent three nights at Brush Creek Ranch recently and loved our stay. We drove up from Utah, pretty straight shot east on I-80 for 4.5-5 hours and we were there. The best option without question is to flight private into Saratoga and get picked up by BCR (20-min drive). Upon arrival we were greeted at the entry point to the property by Matt and escorted to the main lodge for check-in. We stayed in the Angler’s Cabin and were given a golf cart to get to/from the main lodge (5-min drive). And everyone who isn’t at The Lodge gets a cart. Very convenient. I also saw rooms at The Lodge. They are set up like a very nice hotel room and connecting rooms are available. None of the rooms have TVs, including cabins (though you can find them on property), and the big difference between cabins and lodge rooms is the lodge rooms have AC, cabins don’t. Wasn’t a problem as temps drop at night and you simply aren’t in your room much during the day. Just open a couple windows and things cool off rather quickly in the evening. And we were there in July, arguable the hottest time of year. In short we loved our cabin; full kitchen, patio with great views, comfy beds. BCR operates on a very structured schedule. Breakfast is served at the same time every morning in the main lodge, then morning activities start at 9a. Everyone is back just before noon for lunch, then the afternoon activities start at 130p. Then everyone comes back around 4:30p and you get ready for dinner. Of course there are variances if you have a private tour but it is pretty much the same time blocks every day. Breakfast is served in the lodge and is a buffet. Good variety and options, including a egg station for omelettes or custom eggs. Waffles, French toast, and pancakes rotated day to day but potatoes, bacon, sausage, oatmeal, biscuits and gravy, seemed to be there every day. And there were other specialty items that seemed to pop up day to day (eggs Benedict, BCR hash, etc). The cold buffet section had yogurt and fruit, sticky buns, muffins, breads, spreads, smoothies, etc. I would have liked to see some basic breakfast options like cold cereal. Our kids are kind of picky and some days they just want a bowl of Honey Nut Cheerios. Lunch was served in The Chuckwagon area (not the lodge). It is a covered outdoor venue with tables and a serving area. Our lunches were as follows: Taco Tuesday, Italian’ish Wednesday, and burgers and hot dogs on Thursday. There were salads every day and other things to eat in the buffet along with dessert. I think there are speciality lunches during the week (bbq, etc.) but we missed those. Dinner is also served at The Lodge off a menu. It is a decent sized menu with lots of variety but it was the same every night. And they were able to accommodate custom requests when we made them (mac n cheese for the kids for example). Over three nights I had Steak and Frittes, Bolognese, and a Wagyu Filet (paid extra for that). It was one of the best steaks I have ever had. I also tried the meatball and bruschetta as an appetizer, salads, creamed spinach as a side, and multiple desserts. Remember meals are included so you can order what you like. There are some cuts of meat that are additional and they are VERY good and raised on the property. And I think wine is additional as well. The truffle oil French fries are also very good. Nothing I ate there was bad, it was all solid. I wouldn’t say the food wasn’t necessarily the highlight, but it was good and the service was very good. There are also endless snacks and drinks available during the day. And if you stay on a Thursday night there is a fun BBQ dinner down by the river that has activities for kids, music, etc. We missed that one. Our kids participated in the Lil’ Wranglers Program each day and LOVED it. Elizabeth, Jesse, and Kat were awesome and they didn’t want to do anything else. They climbed the rock wall, learned a lot about horses, rode horses, did arts and crafts, fished, walked trails, played water games, etc. Never bored and always seemed to have fun. We did horse back riding, went to the shooting range, rode mountain bikes, went to the spa, and did a river float. All very well run with excellent guides/Wranglers. All cool people who seem to enjoy their jobs and what they do. Most activities are included but there is an a la carte menu for activities that you have to pay for (ATV Tours, Private Flyfishing, a Cattle Drive, River Floats, all spa treatments, Founders experience at the gun range, and others). We wish we would have had one more day for more activities but we felt like we saw and tried a lot of things, all fun. The river float was a bit long for the kiddos and we had a major headwind during our float so it was longer than usual. We did see two Bald Eagles and our guide, Sawyer, worked hard paddling in that wind but he was awesome. We would probably skip that excursion if we did it again. Overall just a great stay. They have a very unique product in a unique location that has stunning scenery and great people working there. A couple of additional notes...we don’t drink but the property has a very cool Saloon that is open until midnight. The staff was great. They can customize almost anything to meet your needs. You might have to pay for it but they can do it. Well done Brush Creek. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER