In the Wild West corner of Yellowstone National Park, you can jump back in time to experience cowpoke life around Roosevelt Lodge. From the adjacent corrals, there are three ways to horse around.
You can jounce through the sagebrush flats of Pleasant Valley on an hour-long stagecoach adventure. Those with courage can ride on top, but hold on!
If you prefer to hold the reins, you can hop on a horse to take a trail ride along the flanks of Garnet Hill. Saddle up adventures go for one hour or two hours.
If you’re looking for a full meal experience, go for the Old West dinner cookout. You can opt traveling in a covered wagon or on the back of a horse. Grub includes a twelve-ounce steak and all-you-can-eat coleslaw, baked beans, potato salad, and more.
To guarantee a spot (or a horse), make reservations for all three Wild West adventures. They are offered seasonally, early June through early September.
Thanks to Mike McCoy for helping out here.