|Tipo de imóvel||cabana|
|Estadia Mínima||2 noites|
Awh .... o cheiro de uma fogueira em um vale alpino exuberante com vistas panorâmicas distantes de El Captain e vale de Yosemite, enquanto em uma banheira de água quente em um rancho privado onde o búfalo vagueie .. A taxa é de R $ 300 por dia! Toda a experiência do agro-turismo, o que significa que você pode trazer a sua família, seus animais de estimação, o seu motor home e tendas, suas armas de fogo e ter o bom senso de ser um americano, mais uma vez em um rancho, para ser verdadeiramente livre! Cruzeiro ao redor do rancho com seus entes familiares e de amor e visão ver o rancho, o bisonte americano e da natureza com todo o seu esplendor! Isso é chamado de agro-turismo e é isso que você está pagando. Ninguém, nem em nenhum outro lugar na área de Yosemite está oferecendo este serviço. Nós não somos um hotel de extravagante nem um motel ou um bed and breakfast. Aqueles que você pode encontrar facilmente em outros lugares. Na verdade, se houver uso de uma cabine é inteiramente livre, enquanto aqui no rancho. Como o agro-turismo a / taxa diária de US $ 300 para o seu grupo de 12 ou menos permite que você acesse as muitas comodidades no rancho. Diferentemente da maioria dos alojamentos neste site eles têm muito congestionamento próximo, e alguém vigiando você e sua família de todos os cantos eo lugar parece haverá nenhuma privacidade em suas férias, mais uma vez, não aqui! Este é um grande trabalho rancho americano histórico fechado e privado, situado dentro de um vale alpino abundante no seu directamente Oeste do portão e entrada principal do Yosemite.
Pesca privado, natação, ATV e passeios a cavalo, e não há nada como tubulação descendo um rio em um dia ensolarado com apenas sua família. A fazenda mantém Agri-turismo como sua objetivo número um para que você e sua família podem aprender sobre o que é como estar em uma fazenda ou rancho. Você pode coletar seus próprios ovos frescos de galinha, temperos colheita, e legumes do efeito estufa, e alimentar os porcos suas sobras para toda a experiência agro-turismo. Temos roping lesões, tiro aos pratos, tiro com arco e gama, passeios a cavalo, caiaque .. i dizer mais nada !!
Como desenvoltura "Paul Bunyan" é próximo a piedade, todas as estruturas nesta fazenda iconic são artesanais de troncos naturais integrais e serra matéria-direito da madeira moída ao largo da terra! Este rancho é o lugar perfeito para relaxar, pescar, nadar e relaxar pacificamente. Pode-se até passeios a cavalo até uma mola alimentados cachoeira ou rio privado e prospecção de ouro! Oferecemos aos nossos clientes para "ficar desconectado 'e experimentar privada do rancho! Por favor, veja nossos comentários!
'Aqui neste rancho scenic você vai se sentir como sua no meio de Montana, mas, espantado enquanto eu dirigia para fora do portão de entrada principal e foi apenas 5. 5 milhas / menos de 15 minutos de bons restaurantes, lojas e museus de Mariposa! ' - (Andrew Leon de Orange County)
This old guy has been going to Bison Creek for years and has had a GREAT TIME! I have stayed at every cabin on the ranch. They each have distinct features, all are enjoyable in their own right. I like going down to the river and watching the day roll by. I can't imagine not finding it like one guy said. It's the water running at the base of the mountain, that's usually where a river is. Keep walking down hill and you will find it. Has a path and everything. Personally like the back cabin. It has views for miles and sunsets an old fisherman can dream about later. Bronse is a upstanding fellow. Never has done me or my family wrong and has always taken the time to teach us about the land and history of the area. Even invites us to a BBQ, good cooking skills that cowboy has. Very knowledgeable soul. True cowboy that guy is. Good Manners and shows respect. I enjoy hiking. I take my time and hang out with Ole Arrow. Good company for a dog. I like the fact that Bronse let me and the family have the run of the place. He is there when you need him and doesn't hover like some sissies need. Not a place for sissies for sure. It is run like a true ranch, always work to be done and I like that. It isn't some fancy dude ranch. Those cabins were built with blood sweat and hard work just like they used to do. Solid construction and beautiful interiors. Comfortable beds and wood fireplaces which is what I like on a cold night. Bison roam the land and it takes you back to a time when things were simpler. I can wait to go back again. Always feels better getting there than leaving. He even teaches the green guests what type of wood burns at what type of heat.Poor kid was sick as a dog once and came way past dark and chopped wood for me because it was supposed to be a cold one. Not many people care about people anymore and I sure appreciated it. I met a little girl at a restaurant in town when I was there last stay. She used the word magical. Said the ranch is it's own world. I guess that sums it up.
The website advertises a 4 bedroom+1.5 bathroom cabin that looked spacious enough to accommodate our group of 10. We thought Bronse was honest so we paid him cash for the 4 nights in full upon arrival as he requested. We soon realized that he has 3 cabins and gave us the smallest one way in back of the property, 1 bedroom+loft +1 bath that sleeps only 6! Well, make that 8 if you put 2 people in the dark, dingy chicken coop like he recommended. The fridge is a 1940s model and the pilot light needs to get relit when the front door opens. It never got cold and our 3 days’ worth of food would have spoiled if we didn’t have coolers. Our group loves nature and has done numerous camping trips so we were looking forward to a rustic experience with the “included” activities. However, half of us had to sleep on the floor and in the car (no, we didn’t opt for the chicken coop but maybe we’re just spoiled city slickers like Bronse said lol). When we asked for an ATV, Bronse said we had to make a reservation and hike the 2 miles over the hill to the office to pick one up! The “pond” on the map turned out to be a 6 inch deep drinking/bathing hole for the horses so forget fishing…the only thing we would’ve caught was dysentery. We followed Bronse’s vague instructions and made the tumultuous drive down to the “river” but never found one. Bronse’s vague caution to “bring a car with proper ground clearance” was a total understatement! The drive in to the cabin was really rough even for our SUV and truck (super rocky and thick brushes) so by the end of our trip both cars were pretty scratched up and we got a flat tire (Bronse blamed it on our driving skills). The last straw was when we asked him to bring propane for the BBQ grill and he told us that we were high maintenance and unappreciative, and rudely told us to “leave him alone” cuz he had food poisoning. Was there no other staff that could’ve brought it? I HIGHLY regret doing business with Bronse. He is deceitful and defensive, over promised and under delivered, and does not care about doing the right thing. Despite everything, our group volunteered to stay 2 nights with his agreement to refund us for the last 2 nights so that we can find a larger rental that would sleep everyone. We drove half an hour to his office to get our money and he refused to see us. Never got a dime back! BEWARE of doing business with this dishonest man!!!
My friends and I needed to get away for the weekend. We wanted to go somewhere we could relax, disconnect and have a little adventure. This place provided exactly that. There were plenty of hiking trails to explore and lots of animals to see. The donkeys liked to visit us in the morning so we would feed them apples while we enjoyed our breakfast. They provided us with an ATV so we had tons of fun exploring some of the more rugged out of the way trails. They also provided us with bows and arrows since our cabin was close to the shooting range. We all had so much fun that we didn't want to leave. Bronse and the guys at the ranch were wonderful hosts. We will definitely be back.
We had a great time at the ranch with several members of our family for a large family reunion in Midpines. Bronse and Armondo were very accommodating and friendly! It was so nice to just relax and enjoy the serene surroundings and unplug from everything. The teenagers enjoyed exploring the ranch and all of the animals hanging around. We did not want to leave and could have stayed permanently! Definitely worth the trip up the hill.
This place is really rugged. I would not recommend it for children, elderly people, etc. We stayed in the hunting lodge, which only has one viable bedroom downstairs. The other bedrooms are upstairs, but the staircase is very steep with no handrail and open treads. Plus the house is quite dark and hot - the only electricity is via generator. After the initial gasoline was used up, we had to buy our own and replenish 5 gallons of gas every 6 to 8 hours. There is an inverter system which allows a few of the lights to run for a short while with the generator off. The bathroom had a mucky little shower and nowhere had much water pressure. The stove only works by burning wood, which was was way too hot to do, so we used the barbeque to cook and also brought a portable camp stove. If you like shooting and offroading, and you don't care about dirt or heat, this could be the place for you. While it is stated on the website that the river is on the property, it is unreachable with most vehicles. We have a 4 wheel drive Honda Pilot and were told we shouldn't try it. So we drove out the bumpy road and went another 19 miles to finally reach the river, which was great once we got there. Many of the activities that are described are very far apart because the ranch is huge. We never saw the dog or the horses or the pigs. (We did see two donkeys and a bison, though!) There is a tiny chicken coop the size of a dollhouse with miniature chickens in it that we just felt sorry for because they seemed in too small a space. On the upswing, the ranch hand who assists Bronse was very nice and helpful. Also the ATV was fun, and we brought one of our own as well. It is a great place for that! The scenery is gorgeous; truly it is breath-taking! I just wish the house was better maintained and that there was more warning on the website about needing to bring gasoline if you expect to use electricity. We ended out going home a day early because it was so hot inside and outside of the house.
Before we left, I told Bronse, the owner that he was blessing others with what he provides. It is a glimpse into a life very different from the current hectic pace so common now and offers experiences we could not get elsewhere. Our family was blessed in ways that cannot be put into words. To take in God's creatures peacefully grazing in front of the lodge, gazing at the stars and watching our family, who now live a distance from one another gather together, was a gift. Thank you Bronse from the bottom of our hearts for the past weekend - we are all talking about the next time we visit Bison Creek Ranch!
Aqui no rancho, oferecemos uma um de um tipo maravilhoso experiência / Turismo Agri, que é composta principalmente com um rebanho de bisonte americano, cavalos, mulas e burros, juntamente com a mineração de ouro e prospecção aventuras. Nós temos muitas minas de ouro privado, onde você e sua família pode ver os artefatos de mineração de ouro a partir de 1800 e aprender a prospecção de ouro, trabalham uma caixa de eclusa, e usar equipamentos de filtração. A vida selvagem roam doméstica e natural livremente embora fora do rancho, portanto, nós também oferecemos ATV diária ou a cavalo passeios pela fazenda.
Você também pode ir:
tubulação descendo o rio,
caça que está em temporada,
quatro que rodam,
passeios a cavalo,
fotografia da vida selvagem e visualização,
armadilha e tiro ao prato.
|Validade da Tarifa||por noite||Noite (fim de semana)||por semana||por mês||Pacote ou Evento|
Estadia mínima: 2 noite(s)
No cleaning fee here as we are not a hotel nor a bed and breakfast trying to nickel and dime every customer with fees. Instead we are a traditional American ranch in which only a $350 refundable deposit is required to hold your vacation dates. Reservation deposit is fully refundable up to 45 days prior of arrival date. All guests are also welcomed to camp, bring their motor homes, and atv's!
Mail a reservation deposit of $350 to 6108 Mosher rd. Mariposa Ca. 95338 to Bison Creek Ranch. All we need is your word it's in the mail to hold your vacation reservation here on the ranch!