Montana Cowgirl Camp Adventures:
This rare opportunity is available for just TWO weeks in 2019
Explore the trails of our private ranch lands in the Heart of the Big Sky. The Montana Cowgirl Camp is an all-inclusive, western glamping escape!
Limited each week to just ten cowgirls, we invite you to join us and experience the beauty and solitude of our Montana home.
Remember to bring:
We are 4,900 feet above sea level, roughly one mile, and we will be riding in the mountains. Even on a warm day, a mountain storm can blow in, bringing cold, wet, and yes, sometimes snow.
Comfortable Riding Jeans
Long Sleeve shirts to prevent sunburn at this high altitude.
Layers, layers, layers - thermal layer or long underwear
Warm coat or jacket
Wide brimmed hat (stampede string required)
Toiletry Items and Bathrobe
Cowgirl Camp Gear List:
With your comfort and safety in mind, we recommend the following:
no thick rubber soles
no tennis shoes
chin strap or stampede string for all wide brimmed hats
chaps or chinks are optional
riding helmets are recommended, but not required
Ride our Horse or Bring your Own...
Yes, at Montana Cowgirl Camp we want you to have fun, relax and enjoy your Montana mountain experience... and we provide you with wonderfully trained equine friend for the week! However, for some cowgirls, there's no better way to do this than on their own horse!
Montana horseback riding vacations offer the chance to bring your horse with you! Montana Cowgirl Camp is the perfect vacation, allowing you to bring your own equine friend. A variety of riding terrain offers challenges, opportunities and new riding experiences that you can enjoy together with your horse.
Accommodations include separate pens for each guest horse. We do not provide hay or feed for your horses, as the abrupt change in diet may cause digestive problems. We want you to enjoy your get-away, so please bring enough hay (2-3 bales), to be sure your horse is happy and comfortable.
Horses must be well-broke, in good physical condition and have shoes, as we will be riding some rugged mountain terrain and trails. This is not an opportunity to start colts or put miles on your green horses, so we kindly request horses in the early stages of training be left at home.
We may be riding amongst cows, and, while we won't be actively working them, please be sure your horse is comfortable with cows so as not to surprised or frightened by them.
Saddles must have breast collars and rear cinches for mountain trail riding. Stampede string or strap is required for all wide brimmed hats. Helmets and chaps are recommended but optional.
Prior to your arrival, each guest must furnish a health certificate including current 6-way flu-rhino vaccination documentation, and a current (within the last 12 months) coggins test.