For any kid that ever dreamed of being a cowboy or cowgirl, a dude ranch vacation is the perfect place to try on your spurs and see what your little cowpokes are made of.
Some dude ranches can be a...
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Authentic Wild West activities for all ages and a world class museum draw families to Cody, in the area of northeastern Wyoming known as Yellowstone Country.
Drive into the small city of Cody,...
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Whether it's winter, spring, summer or fall, Jackson, Wyoming is the place to be for wannabe' cow folk, outdoorsmen, and extreme sports enthusiasts.
Jackson, Wyoming is a half-tamed...
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Hike, bike, swim and raft your way around the world with Austin Adventures, on a soft adventure with ages 7+ or on a more challenging trip with teens.
They call it "Big Sky Country," and just...
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In 1998 the concept of "family travel" was not as refined as it is today, with hotels mainly targeting the 5-12 age set when it came to services and activities. So, Family Travel Forum set out...
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Grand Targhee in Alta, Wyoming, previously a winner of FTF's Top 10 Getaways for Tiny...
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Q. Eva S. of Wisconsin asks for help planning which destinations and wildlife viewing activities to plan on their summer family road trip to Wyoming.
Q. Michael V. of Newport, California is planning a summer 2011 trip to Yellowstone and is looking for special activities and supervised programs for two preschool boys.
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Discover how fuzzy llama creatures can turn camping and hiking with toddlers into a relaxing, memorable Wild West family adventure.
"Llamas hum!" my toddler son blurted out. Strapped...
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We're at the HF Bar Dude Ranch (307/684-2487) outside Buffalo, Wyoming, a treat of Grandma Hastings, who didn't want us to 'lose Wyoming'. It occupies 9,000 acres in Saddlestring...
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