Reviews for Terry Bison Ranch

| One night stop

By user-6035156... on 2017-10-23.

Pleasant for a quick one night stop. Used Passport America rate. Ask for row A, back in with water and electric and you'll have some shade from a row of trees. A RV park where you can watch a herd of buffalo and herd of horses. The great west!

By user-6480396... on 2017-10-23.

| Really disappointed

By user-4593438... on 2017-10-23. Stayed 2017-08-26 to 2017-08-27

Came here last year and loved it. Drove 3 hours out of the way to bring friends back here. Dinner was a 2 hour wait because of a wedding. Loud music blasting late at night for that same wedding. Either be an RV stop or a wedding venue. Call ahead, if they have a wedding going on skip this place.

| Neat stuff for Kids

By user-6186978... on 2017-10-23.

Nice family stop. It's a ranch. It's a bit rustic. Cool playgrounds. Good water pressure. $20 too pricey.

| Not what expected

By user-5909890... on 2017-10-23.

Good part is traveling from yellowstone to Cheyenne on Labor Day weekend Sunday should expect limit d space. but when we called lisa(very nice) acoomodated us. Took the back lot which is nothing but a dirt lot . Main area is crowded, dirt lot, rough and it's all right on highway so very loud. Appears that lots of campers were long term workers in the area. Walked about 100+yards to only bathrooms/showers. But the steakhouse was pretty good and pleasant surprise some great music by acoustic duo. I gues this must be a big activity place but just looked old to me. But then Cody to Cheyenne is slim Pickens unless you get off the highway. Nice little breakfast cabin with homemade food. Slow but good

| Not much value

By user-5137451... on 2017-10-23. Stayed 2017-06-14 to 2017-06-16

Expensive. PA one night. Sites need gravel and leveling. Didn't use laundry or showers. Restaurant was good, lots to see in town. Highway noise never bothers us. Unenthusiastic staff

| Noisy and expensive

By user-6207557... on 2017-10-23.

The traffic noise was so bad we had to keep the windows closed and slept with our sound machine on full blast. Horse rides are reasonably priced and the cafe and restaurant were good. We had a bison burger, which was very good. Staff was mostly nice. It was good to walk through the animals. Many of the animals need grooming and more work. 3 mares with foals needed serious hoof trims. Discounts are available, but for one night only. $21 PA rate.

| Ok 1 nt half price

By user-5824570... on 2017-10-23.

Used passport America. Ok driving in and out but sight is narrow and slide goes out over weathered picnic table that ends up just being a nuisance. Dog piles all around! Don't think we'd stop again.

| Nice stop

By user-5778971... on 2017-10-23. Stayed 2017-08-30 to 2017-08-31

We've stayed before. This time was crowded so we were way out in back. Good stop with things to do-restaurant is good too. We stopped as passport was accepted. Depends on site but some road noise.

| Too expensive for what you get!

By user-5896414... on 2017-10-23. Stayed 2014-08-06 to 2014-08-08

There are a lot of things to see and do if you have a young family but for couples the camp sites are long but narrow. The campground had lots of spaces but we were placed right next to a person that lives there. We were woken up at 5:00 am to his loud truck idling for 30 minutes before my husband finally went out and said something. The have free wifi but it barely works. I could not get it on my iPad at all. For a quick overnight stay right off of I-80/I-25 stop and stay but you will pay!

| Pa

By user-5904631... on 2017-10-23.

Pa park

| Expensive

By user-6480396... on 2017-10-23.

Maybe for kids because of the trains

| Authentic bison ranch

By user-5242219... on 2017-10-23.

We stopped here with our grandkids (12 and 8). They love animals and nature. We took a home-made train ride where we were able to hand feed the bison! What enormous gentle creatures! We saw babies just three days old. Besides the expected traditional farm animals, they also have camels and ostriches. The RV sites are not fancy but are level and all have electric and water hook ups. This area is several miles from the city, so it is nice to have s restaurant and s full bar within a walking distance. There's is also a great playground away from any traffic. The main building has good laundry facility, but the bathrooms are not the cleanest and when my husband checked them out first thing in the morning, some stalls did not have paper. Other than that little blemish, we really enjoyed our stay because there was so much to do for our grandkids .

| Neat place

By user-5830075... on 2017-10-23.

We dry camped here during the Cheyanne Frontier Days Rodeo for $36 a night. There were lots of hook ups and it didn't seem like they were all being used every night (front desk ladies seemed a little unorganized) but the overflow dry camping worked fine for us. Two playgrounds, horseback rides ($40 per person) train rides to feed the bison ($15 per person), two restaurants, general store, and lots of other things to see and do. A neat place!

| Update

By user-5137451... on 2017-10-23.

Price is $46

| Potential but Overprice

By user-6664755... on 2018-05-17.

Stayed here May 6-7, 2018 at recommendation of friends we’re traveling with. Park has a lot to see for kids and adults. Farm animals, souvenir shop and bison. This park has a lot of potential but is very expensive for off season. If you come to take advantage of the Passport America price, GREAT one night stay but to charge almost $50 a night for gravel sites, grass that hasn’t been mowed, Highway noise is way too expensive. They should offer a 5-7 night Passport America price during off season. We enjoyed ourselves here with the train ride (not a real train) but will only come for the one night special price. Our recommendation is based on staying at RV Parks and campgrounds across the country.

| Old and desparate

By user-5861775... on 2018-07-06. Stayed 2018-05-18 to 2018-05-20

This park is showing it's age. We attended a weekend rally with 14 coaches and bought a catered dinner for everyone. After paying full price for FHU pull through sites most of us were sent to back in sites at the far end of the place - about as far as we could have been from the meeting room on a rainy weekend. When we asked for better sites we were told they were full and couldn't be moved yet more than half of the spaces were empty all the time while we were there. Then we were asked to pay an additional large fee for the room where we were having the catered by the park dinner in. The rain create a 6 in deep lake around the park dump site - none of the sites we were assigned had dump hook ups. The staff all had the answer to all inquiries memorized "there is nothing we can do." The meal was unremarkable.

| Very nice

By user-5169595... on 2018-07-06. Stayed 2018-05-20 to 2018-05-21

Clean bath houses, steak house beside and cafe on property. Cafe is a little pricey $$$. LOTS to do for kids as there are train ride, playground, animals, etc. Nice store connected to it. I'd stay again.

| Run down

By user-5667595... on 2019-08-09. Stayed 2018-08-31 to 2018-09-02

Run down. Needs maintenance bad. Spots were. 9 feet from my door to next camper. Gravel. Weeds. Level sites. Nice train ride to see buffalo 15. Not bad for money. Anamals. Seen to need gromming or better care. Alot of full timers. Hard to get out full timers park anywhere they like. Overall . Over priced

| Touristy

By user-5311998... on 2019-08-09. Stayed 2018-09-02 to 2018-09-03

Not a bad place, especially if you have children; lots of entertainment for the kids. Restaurants are overpriced. I-25 traffic me awake at night. I had thought about staying for 2 nights, but decided to let it go after 1.

| Nice 1-2 day Stopover

By user-5453408... on 2019-08-09. Stayed 2018-06-22 to 2018-06-23

In June 2018, this location was perfect for a stopover between Buena Vista, CO and The Black Hills, SD but it turned out to be so much more. It is a working Bison Ranch situated on 49 square miles with half in both CO and WY. The train ride through the ranch was great which stopped to allow you to handfeed these very large Bison beasts. The restaurant is fabulous. The General Store is an attraction of its own, which also sells Bison Ribeyes very cheap; I loaded up my RV freezer. I also did the horseback ride. A must stop location.

By user-5358434... on 2019-08-09.

The good - great place to see Buffalos, Camels, Donkeys, Horses, Alpacas, Lamas etc.... The bad - Park is a little run down and could use a fresh coat of paint. It is also right on top of I25 & a train track (no I don t mean their train) So bring ear plugs. Sites are fairly level but VERY close together. You won t do much sitting outside unless you enjoy sitting on top of your neighbors sewer/water/electric connections. In a Class A with our slides open we could not extend our awning without hitting our neighbors rig Price if you have passport America - they accept it for the first night - which then makes it very reasonable. But all of the tours and restaurants are at resort price $$$$. That aside, it was good for a one night stop

By user-6455959... on 2019-08-09.

We stayed here for three nights in June. First, I ll write the bad, the sites are very close to the interstate, so if you re a light sleeper, bring ear plugs or noise cancelling headphones to wear. There is only one bathroom/ shower building for the campground so if you plan on taking a shower go early morning. The restroom/shower facility could also use a good cleaning. I noticed that the pick up after your pet rule was not followed by some and not enforced. Maybe since it is a working ranch they figured it would fit right in. I will agree that the sites are very close to each other. You can t sit outside without sitting beside your neighbors sewer hose. Now the good. It s a working ranch, there are things to do on site such as, trail riding, and a train tour. If you are traveling with children, they will have fun visiting with the animals. There is a stocked trout pond, however it does cost to fish there. You can keep up to 3 fish and the on-site restaurant will cook it for you, for a price. The staff is friendly and courteous. If we are ever back in the area, I don t think we would stay again, unless everything else was booked.

| Awesome

By user-6380337... on 2019-08-09. Stayed 2019-06-15 to 2019-06-16

Was a great place to stay. Lots to do, especially with kids. Great food. Had breakfast at the Tombstone. Will stay again if travel through steam again.

By user-unknown on 2019-08-09.

We've stayed at Terry Bison Ranch R.V. "Resort" for several weeks the past 2 years..... Last year was $600/mo....this year was $900/mo. It's right on I 25 so its extremely loud and the train run day and nite. Sites are very close, muddy, lots of cigarette butts. Last year it seemed half the sites were fulltime... this year theres a large percentage of folks living there in old run down trailers and motorhomes...... Maintenance in harsh weather conditions like Wyoming is beyond hard....but the facilities here are are rundown. Frequently there was an overwelming smell of Sulfur that would over power our area. They do allow tent camping..... Both years we tried to eat at Senators Steak house on the property..... Found it expensive....we waited 45mins for food that was mediocre so we quit trying. This is a working Ranch with lots of animals to see. Riding the train to feed the Buffalo is something fun to do....and educational. Theres horseback riding...ATV trips. Then theres Historic Cheyenne...Warren A.F.B.....lots of wonderful day trips.. so much to do and see. We stay there because we have things we need to do periodically in Northern Colorado. Colorado's RV Parks in that area are full and even more expencive.....so Terry Bison RV Ranch Resort is in keeping with what the Market will Bare..... Something else to concider is...."Cheyenne Frontier Days" is the event of the year. They have have a policy you'll want to be aware of during that event... about stay there.. . And the cost..... They do have an Artist on residence.... Chris..... Her outstanding work is not to be missed.....youll see it around the property.....