Experience the Best Horseback Riding in Wyoming
Horseback riding in Wyoming is even more fun when you can explore on your own. Eatons’ Ranch offers our guests the unique opportunity to ride one of our 220 horses unescorted with the permission of the Ranch. This allows guests the remarkable freedom to fully enjoy this beautiful 7,000 acres of countryside. Guests can ride out from our Eatons’ Ranch twice a day Monday through Friday, choosing from morning, afternoon and evening rides. Wranglers are always available to guide rides and offer instruction. All-day rides into the Bighorn National Forest are also offered. Riding is a bit more limited on weekends with Saturdays having morning and afternoon rides available. Sunday features a morning ride. Step back to a simpler time and experience a true dude ranch vacation with some of the best horseback riding in Wyoming.
“We stayed at Eaton’s for three days of our trip out West, it was worth the stop. We aren’t horse experts, but we rode horses for a few hours at least twice a day and we loved it. Riding around on your horse (specially chosen for you based on your size, riding ability, preferences, etc) around the Bighorn Mountains was amazing. On our rides, we literally saw the deer and the antelope play (with all their babies) in the mountains. The riders in our group were ages 10-70 and everybody enjoyed it. All the horse wranglers were great. Special thanks to wrangler Kristen who our 10 year old daughter thought was pretty much the coolest person she’d ever met.”
Additional Offerings for Horseback Riding in Wyoming:
Overnight Pack Trips: Trips in the Bighorn National Forest provide another horseback riding adventure for our guests. The Ranch supplies horses, guides, wrangler-cook and all of the necessary equipment. Plans for a pack trip can be made after your arrival at the Ranch and are offered Tuesday through Thursday conditions permitting. To allow for overnight pack trips and all day rides on the national forest we operate under a special use permit with the Bighorn National Forest. Eatons’ Ranch is an equal opportunity provider.