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Wagons In Meadow

For an exciting family vacation and a unique outdoor experience, venture into the past and relive the experiences of the American West on the Teton Covered Wagon Train and Horse Adventure!
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Rates & Departures
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View our trip dates and prices for the 2020 season.
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Camp Activities

From Horseback riding to dutch oven cooking, hiking to campfire songs and stories, there is always plenty of activities around camp.
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A Week of Wonders

We also offer a seven day travel package. Enjoy the wagon train and other adventures in and around Jackson Hole, all while letting us do the planning.
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Escape From The Ordinary

Nestled between Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National Park in the Caribou-Targhee National Forest, the covered wagons line out for an incomparable trek full of majestic views. Gentle riding horses are available for those who would like to ride from camp to camp or trail ride further into the back-country to visit waterfalls and viewing areas. Your wagon master and cowboy and cowgirl guides are all expert horsemen.

Your covered wagon is a modern version of the old Conestoga Wagons, equipped with rubber tires and padded seats for your comfort. Spend four days and three nights in new camps each day where moose, elk and deer are frequent visitors. Enjoy two peaceful evenings on the shores of high mountain lakes, home of the Loon and the Trumpeter Swan.

The views on the Teton Wagon Train are incomparable as our guests completely encircle the Teton Mountain Range and trek in country nestled very close to Yellowstone National Park, Grand Teton National Park and two wilderness areas. In fact, you camp one night on the top of the Teton Mountain Range and trek continuously within the “Yellowstone Grizzly Bear Recovery Zone”.

FOR RESERVATIONS OR INFORMATIONAL BROCHURES CALL US TOLL FREE AT 1-888-734-6101


Camp Activities

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 ranch hands will be glad to give instructions!

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 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.

Enjoy a taste of the west as savory meals are prepared in Dutch Ovens over an open fire. Our Conestoga chuck wagon 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.


2020 Season

Departure Dates

June 8July 13
June 15July 20
June 22July 27
June 29August 3
July 6August 10

Your Price

Adults$1095
Youth (Age 9-14)$1015
Children (Age 4-8)$965

*Sale Tax & Gratuity Not Included

—Prices Subject To Change Without Notice—

Families Welcome – Minimum Age of 4 Years Old

Discounts For Large Groups Available!

WE GUARANTEE – ABSOLUTELY NO HIDDEN COSTS

The Adventure Includes:

  • 4 day/3 Night Unforgettable Experience
  • Covered Wagon Trek through Pristine Back-country
  • Wondrous Views of the Grand Tetons
  • Covered Wagon Rides
  • Plenty of Horseback Riding, Including Side Trail Rides
  • Nature Hikes in Beautiful Country near Yellowstone
  • Canoeing & Swimming
  • Campfire Entertainment
  • Delicious Dutch Oven Food

Click Here to Check Out Our Jackson Hole/Yellowstone Outdoor Adventure Travel Package

FOR RESERVATIONS OR INFORMATIONAL BROCHURES CALL US TOLL FREE AT 1-888-734-6101

Reservation and Payment Information

A deposit of $150 per person is required within 10 days after reservation has been requested.

Final payment is due 30 days prior to Wagon Train departure. If reservation is made less than 30 days prior to arrival, full payment is due in lieu of deposit.

We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover or even personal checks!

Access for the adventure into this pristine country is limited by Forest Service permits so make your reservations soon! Our Wagon Trains fill quickly!

Cancellation Policy

A minimal service fee of $40 per person will be charged on all cancellations. Cancellations received 30-60 days before the trip are subject to forfeiture of the total deposit. Cancellations received less than 30 days are subject to one-half of total price. Cancellations received less than 15 days will be subject to forfeiture of full price. All deposits and payments can be transferred to a trip the following year.


Frequently Asked Questions

Is alcohol allowed/served on the trip?

No. Horses and back-country settings do not mix well with alcohol.

What is the restroom situation?

We call them “fine forest service facilities.” There is a pit outhouse in each of the three camps. 

Are these “dude ranch” horses we will be riding?

No. All our horses are gentle but do not have to be in the same order every time. We have horses for all skill levels of riders.

Where do we sleep at night?

We have cowboy teepees that sleep 2 people on individual high-density foam mattresses. On clear nights you may also sleep on a tarp out under the stars.

How many fit in a tent?

Our cowboy teepees will sleep 2 adults comfortably with all your luggage.

What do I do with my extra luggage while I am on the wagon train?

Some of the hotels in Jackson allow you to store your extra luggage there. If not, we will store it for you.

Where do I park my car while I am on the wagon train?

Some of the hotels in Jackson allow you to park in their lots while on the trip. Ask the front desk. If not, we have a small lot that you can park in.

Is there a weight limit to go on the wagon train or to ride horseback?

No. 

How many hours a day do we travel?

Generally, we will be on the road for 2-3 hours a day. The longest trip is broken up into 2 segments, each 2 hours long, with lunch in the middle.

Can I bring my own horse?

No. Our horses are used to the environment, the altitude and each other. We have limited space in which to keep the horses and cannot accommodate outside animals.