The Pursuitist was “off-the-grid” at the Brush Creek Ranch – which offers 15,000 acres of Western landscape near Saratoga, Wyoming. The Ranch is the ideal destination for authentic adventures, including horseback riding, fly-fishing, hiking, hunting, mountain biking and ranger tours. However, Brush Creek includes all the luxuries of any 5-star resort, complete with Western flair and excitement.
The Lodge & Spa at Brush Creek Ranch is an all-inclusive boutique resort exclusively designed for selective travelers, corporate retreats, family escapes and destination weddings. The Ranch features an amazing 38,000-square foot lodge, a luxury spa, a collection of cabins suites & residences, lodge rooms and numerous outdoor adventures for any cowboy (or cowgirl). Casual sophistication best describes the property, which opened just two years ago.
“The White family has had a passion for service and hospitality for more a quarter of a century and as our next venture, we wanted to create a Western getaway that utilized our vast experience in the industry while striking a perfect balance between wholesome recreation, economic sustainability, environmental stewardship and preservation of the culture of the West,” explained Bruce White, Chairman and CEO White Lodging. “The Lodge & Spa at Brush Creek Ranch is the fulfillment of this vision and exemplifies the true spirit of the West.”
The Ranch was an amazing Western experience. The staff was incredible — friendly, approachable and informative. From the terrific meals to the true adventures, The Ranch is also an immersive destination. Each day guests select a morning and afternoon activity. You sign up for what interests you, then Brush Creek makes it happen. With ultra-rare experiences, ultra-luxurious services and ulta-exclusive landscapes — mixed with a friendly and relaxed atmosphere — you’ll never want to leave.
For families, Brush Creek is perfect for reconnecting. With virtually no cell service because of its remote location, after the initial shock of being cut off from the outside world, you will rediscover the lost art of conversation, interacting and adventures. Being “off-the-grid” is a good thing at the Brush Creek Ranch.
Thanks to the entire staff for creating a memorable experience – including Sage the dog and Rio the horse too!
The editors of Martha Stewart were also at The Ranch, photographing a new editorial at the destination for Martha Stewart Weddings. Keep an eye out for future issues…
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