Teton Wagon Train and Horse Adventure


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Enjoy a Canoe Ride on a High Mountain Lake Couples, families and individuals of all ages can enjoy this unique vacation experience full of adventure and outdoor educational opportunities. People from four to eighty-five years of age have experienced this covered wagon trek of a lifetime - and many return time and time again. It is not necessary to know how to ride a horse or have camping experience. Our ranchhands will be glad to give instructions!

Tomahawk and Knife Throwing is a Popular Camp Activity

Once in camp, there is plenty of time to take nature hikes, swim, trail ride on horseback, learn to handle a rope, canoe, throw tomahawks and knives, explore the beautiful country or just relax. Evenings are spent singing with the cowboys around the campfire, listening to yarns about the Old West or enjoying the Beautiful View of the Stars on Clear Mountain Nights western views of the stars and if you are lucky, the Northern Lights! Of course, no covered wagon train would be complete without a visit from a mountain man, as well as a few other surprises. On the last day of the trip, a Pony Express rider delivers mail to camp. As our guest, you will also be formally inducted into the Double H Bar Ranch Family and be given a "Cowboy Send Off" to be remembered forever.

Ham, Cowboy Potatoes, Green Beans, and Fry Bread is Wednesday's Dinner Enjoy a taste of the west as savory meals are prepared in Dutch Ovens over an open fire. Our Conestoga Chuckwagon is always stocked and ready to roll. We aim to satisfy even the heartiest outdoor appetite with roast beef and ham, barbecued chicken, cowboy potatoes, vegetables, salads, fruit, etc. The food is excellent and there is plenty of it! Nothing can beat our outdoor cooking! When you wake up in the morning, the smell of coffee and bacon sizzling is a great enticement to get up and start another remarkable day.

Coffee on the Fire