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  • Reviews: 2

5 out of 5 starsUser Rating

Triangle T Guest ranch: Gorgeous Guest Ranch

You can camp, bring your RV, or stay in one of the adorable guest houses, and bring your horses too! I would highly recommend taking a vacation here, the staff goes out of their way to make your stay fun, and comfortable. There is a restaurant and saloon on the premises, in the style of the Old West, it is all very charming.

There is a sparkling clean pool and hot tub, surrounded by big, amazing boulders. The saloon is built around a boulder and has a large painting on one wall of a western scene. The grounds are kept perfectly clean. Everywhere you look is a beautiful view.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Horse Riding, Food and Dining, Family Travel
  • Written June 18, 2009

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  • Basaic profile photo Basaic
  • Reviews: 8666

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Triangle T Guest Ranch: Camp/Sleep Amongst Old West History

The Triangle T Guest Ranch is an ongoing restoration project involving one of the ranches from the late 1800s. Many famous people have stayed at the Triangle T including; General Pershing, John Wayne, Steve McQueen and Glenn Ford. The original "3:10 to Yuma" was filmed here along with the "Lone Ranger" TV Series. Such luminaries as John F. Kennedy, the Vanderbilts and the Rockefellers have dined here and/or held meetings here. The casitas housedthe Japanese Ambassadors and the most wanted spy, during World War 2. The price for the casitas range from $150 to $400 a night depending on the site and the capacity. Camping is $30 for full hookups; $25 for just electrical; and $20 for dry camping per night. The campsites I saw were kind of close together.Facilities include: Casitas, Campsites; a first class dininghall; a restored saloon; various displays showing the old west; and a heated pool and spa. I have not stayed here I just went to the dininghall and the saloon.

  • Opinion of Price: N/A
  • Related to: Historical Travel, Camping, Family Travel
  • Written November 5, 2007
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