Terry Bison Ranch Resort
Park Features & Amenities
Pull Through Sites:
Full Hookup Sites:
Credit Cards Accepted: Visa, MasterCard, Discover
Utilities & Amenities
Power: 50 Amps, 30 Amps, 20 Amps
Additional Pet Information:
Just an OK campground
We've stayed here before. It's an OK CG, nothing to get excited about, your out of town quite a bit, sites are basic dirt/gravel with a little bit of grass with a table and not much trees. FHU. It's a HUGE campground, and you are packed in like sardines, one right after another. They have a cute little train to go see the bison for the kids (I'm sure that's extra, but I didn't check it out) and (of course) a big gift shop, as well as restaurant (anything to make more money). They are, as I said, way out of town, after all, so have a captured audience.
Something doesn't add up
When my husband initially called he was told they had no FHU sites (7-1 thru 7-7), and only dry camping sites. I called the next day and was told the same thing and then was told wait, they had one available. When we arrived on 7-1-18 we were the only one in a row of full hook ups and we did not get any neighbors until 7-5! Other than being lied to this park has 86 FHU /50A/pull thru's. They have a Bison Tour ($14 adult) and horseback riding ($48 an hour)which seems a bit high! Sites are gravel and mostly level. PA is accepted for 1 night, however, since we were meeting friends here, we opted for weekly rate of $290+tax. They have several barnyard animals and if the wind blows towards the RV Park it is not pleasant! I would look elsewhere before staying here again.
One night stand
Found this park after striking out with all other RV parks near Cheyenne due to Frontier Days event in mid July. Basis sites no frills, no wi-fi unless you stand in the office. A little pricey for the location but economics 101 supply and demand.
Park could use improvements. Wifi doesn't work. Senators steakhouse was good. We had bison burger and poppers. Lots to see in town . PA one night
Short But Interesting Visit
We were here only 2 days on the way to Yellowstone and then on to Montana but enjoyed our stay. Cheyenne is convenient to this location and has several good museums. We enjoyed the train ride out to visit one of the bison herds and probably would have enjoyed a trail ride if we were younger!!! The restaurant had good food and the service was excellent.
Treeless and Windy
This park is RIGHT next to the interstate. With no trees to buffer the sound you better have good insulation and closed windows to sleep. It also is very well lighted, which also contributes to this person's sleeping woes.
The showers are okay; nothing to write home about. But the toilet stalls are about the smallest I have ever been in. Sitting on the stool I had the TP dispenser hitting me on the left and the stall wall on the right! The door opened in so it was snug closing the door, too. Use the handicapped stall; at least it is longer. In addition there are only 3 stalls in the women's for 91 campsites and a bunch of cabins.
There is food service on site, horseback riding, a buffalo herd tour. It's about 7 miles south of Cheyenne, which is an interesting town.
It is a Passport America park.