Terry Bison Ranch Resort

(20 Reviews)

I-25 Service Rd., Cheyenne, WY 82007

307-634-4171

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GPS: 41.0029, -104.9045

Terry Bison Ranch Resort is located at I-25 Service Rd., Cheyenne, Wyoming 82007 with a total of 86 campsites. Before your trip to Terry Bison Ranch Resort, check out website at http://www.terrybisonranch.com/ or contact them through 307-634-4171 to know their nightly rates and available discounts.

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude)

41.0029, -104.9045

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude) 41.0029, -104.9045

Amenities

Hookups 50 Amp 30 Amp 20 Amp water dry camping sewer Full Hookups
Connectivity wifi
Recreation fishing playground
Site Amenities big rig pull thru
Facilities general store laundry propane restaurant showers trash
Discount Clubs Good Sam Passport America
Pets pets

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Overview of Terry Bison Ranch Resort


Last Price Paid: $55

Reported by The Stout House on 04.04.2022

Longest RV Reported: 40 feet (Toy Hauler Fifth Wheel)

Reported by Cindy & Cristal F on 5.5.2022

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Number of Sites:

86

Pad Type:

gravel

Elevation:

6,102 ft / 1,859 m

Tent Camping:

Yes

Reviews of Terry Bison Ranch Resort

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  • Area Guides Avatar The Stout House
    Hoarders live here!

    Reviewed 4/4/2022

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    Nightly rate: $55

    Days stayed: 5

    Based on prior reviews I wasn't expecting much from this stay, but I was still surprised at the state of the park. On first glance you can tell that at one point this was a popular tourist attraction, however it is evident that it is in desperate need of updating. Its a convenient location when traveling the I25 with long mostly leve...moreBased on prior reviews I wasn't expecting much from this stay, but I was still surprised at the state of the park. On first glance you can tell that at one point this was a popular tourist attraction, however it is evident that it is in desperate need of updating. Its a convenient location when traveling the I25 with long mostly level gravel sites, but that is just about it. Three sites away from our space was a large group (maybe 9 adults) living in a very old 5th wheel. At their site there were black trash bags, laundry bags, metal carparts, toys and other items all over. In addition to the 5th wheel, they also had 2 broke down vehicles parked with hoods up that were both piled high with trash, then another working vehicle pulling a flatbed trailer overflowing with black trash bags and more junk. When I say they had stuff everywhere it is no exaggeration. Have you ever watched Horders? It was that bad!There is a row of newer trailers that look to be long timers and that row was very well kept and clean, however in our section of the mostly empty park, this large group and the accumulated trash, were enough to make me never want to return.This place has some real potential, but sadly doesn't seem like its likely to be improved anytime soon.

  • Area Guides Avatar Meanderings
    OK overnight stop

    Reviewed 17/8/2021

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    Nightly rate: $28

    Days stayed: 1

    Terry Bison Ranch was a needed stop over on our trip out of WY and into CO, and it was sufficient for our needs. The sites are pull-thrus on a mix of dirt/weeds with FHU that all worked fine during our stay. Spots were long and wide enough for our 40’ 5th wheel, and they are relatively level. There is very little space between sites...moreTerry Bison Ranch was a needed stop over on our trip out of WY and into CO, and it was sufficient for our needs. The sites are pull-thrus on a mix of dirt/weeds with FHU that all worked fine during our stay. Spots were long and wide enough for our 40’ 5th wheel, and they are relatively level. There is very little space between sites and not much for privacy. This is a kind of touristy place, but since we were passing through, we didn’t experience much of it. TBR is about 10 miles from Cheyenne with plenty of restaurants, gas, and other useful amenities, and they offer restaurants and a store on site. There is plenty of room to walk a dog, and despite being relatively full and near the highway, noise was not an issue. Their WiFi seemed to work well enough, and our Verizon did also, without the booster. Overall this CG felt just OK, a little run-down, a little dirty (trash here and there), but it’s totally fine for an overnight. Our rate of $28 reflects the Passport America discount ($24 + 16% sales tax).

  • Area Guides Avatar Wide Turns Only
    Not great. Not bad.

    Reviewed 23/7/2021

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    Nightly rate: $56

    Days stayed: 2

    Site number: 68

    Nice folks and the the hookups all functioned without any problems. That is really all you need for decent camping.Generally clean. Unfortunately, the grass is all weeds. Sites: Sites are gravel with small grass/weeds outdoor area. Generally level. Spots are a bit close together.Food: There is some food on site (cafe and a buffet...moreNice folks and the the hookups all functioned without any problems. That is really all you need for decent camping.Generally clean. Unfortunately, the grass is all weeds. Sites: Sites are gravel with small grass/weeds outdoor area. Generally level. Spots are a bit close together.Food: There is some food on site (cafe and a buffet restaurant).Location: Within 10-15 minutes of town for gas and other food optionsWiFi: Free WiFi but not sufficient for much more than a Google search of what is in the area.

  • Area Guides Avatar Sunfun
    Very unwelcoming

    Reviewed 7/7/2021

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    Days stayed: 1

    Extremely rude staff at the check in and gift store counter! Considering this is what it is, you would expect a smile or even a welcome.( in our case even an apology would of gone a long way) We were supposed to stay much longer but left because they were so rude in the process of finding our reservation which was made 2 months prior. ...moreExtremely rude staff at the check in and gift store counter! Considering this is what it is, you would expect a smile or even a welcome.( in our case even an apology would of gone a long way) We were supposed to stay much longer but left because they were so rude in the process of finding our reservation which was made 2 months prior. I have never seen such rude customer service!

  • Area Guides Avatar Civillady
    Moth infestation

    Reviewed 13/6/2021

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    Nightly rate: $50

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 92

    We thought this place was adequate for one overnight until about an hour after we left. We started finding moths in our motorhome. We kept shooing them out the window then realized there was a whole bunch. 5 days later we are still killing them and shooing them out. We don’t know how they got in, but are sure they came from the ranch....moreWe thought this place was adequate for one overnight until about an hour after we left. We started finding moths in our motorhome. We kept shooing them out the window then realized there was a whole bunch. 5 days later we are still killing them and shooing them out. We don’t know how they got in, but are sure they came from the ranch. We were not that happy with the food at the steakhouse, or the quality of the sites, but this infestation put it on the bottom of our list of campgrounds. The people were nice though. Have to backtrack to get on freeway.

  • Area Guides Avatar Civillady
    Adequate

    Reviewed 9/6/2021

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    Nightly rate: $50

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 92

    This is set up more like a western town with lots of touristy things to do. We were just here for overnight so didn’t check them out. We did eat at the steakhouse and were disappointed. The rib eye steak was over cooked and we had to send back two things that weren’t hot. The roads have lots of potholes and sites needed blocks. Sites c...moreThis is set up more like a western town with lots of touristy things to do. We were just here for overnight so didn’t check them out. We did eat at the steakhouse and were disappointed. The rib eye steak was over cooked and we had to send back two things that weren’t hot. The roads have lots of potholes and sites needed blocks. Sites close together some don’t even have tables. People were extremely friendly. So that was good. Some freeway noise but didn’t keep us awake.

  • Area Guides Avatar Mikilai
    Nice short reprieve

    Reviewed 18/5/2021

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    Nightly rate: $28

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 86

    Staff quick to accommodate a same day reservation in the midst of snow squall in early May on our way from Mount Rushmore to Rocky Mountain National Park. Very large campground and tourist resort off of I-25. Looked like a lot of long term residents, but we had a nice pull through site next to a few other transient campers. Looked to b...moreStaff quick to accommodate a same day reservation in the midst of snow squall in early May on our way from Mount Rushmore to Rocky Mountain National Park. Very large campground and tourist resort off of I-25. Looked like a lot of long term residents, but we had a nice pull through site next to a few other transient campers. Looked to be a fun place to visit during peak season - has a concert venue, gift / grocery store, and lots of family friendly things to do, including a train that circles a bison corral on the property. Restrooms and showers were clean and well maintained. Laundry room available, but did not use. Rate is with Passport America discount. We camped at Terry Bison Ranch Resort in a Motorhome.

  • Area Guides Avatar Road Ventures
    Fun for a Family and Unique

    Reviewed 29/4/2021

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    Nightly rate: $28

    Days stayed: 1

    This was a great one-night stop in Cheyenne from Colorado to South Dakota. We pulled in around 4pm and checked into our sight with no issues. Dirt sites with a bit of grass in between each. Somewhat close together but not too bad. Playgrounds were great for the kids but a little run down. Didn't bother them. We stayed in late April so ...moreThis was a great one-night stop in Cheyenne from Colorado to South Dakota. We pulled in around 4pm and checked into our sight with no issues. Dirt sites with a bit of grass in between each. Somewhat close together but not too bad. Playgrounds were great for the kids but a little run down. Didn't bother them. We stayed in late April so it was still cold and damp. We enjoyed a delicious dinner in the restaurant with live music. That was the best part. It had a great atmosphere. Was a little pricy but we splurged for experience. Spring and Summer have a lot of great amenities for families and we would come back during that time to experience them. The $28 price was a Passport America price and was a great choice for our one night stop.

  • Area Guides Avatar Jouppi Outdoors
    Fine For An Overnight Stop

    Reviewed 26/4/2021

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    Nightly rate: $28

    Days stayed: 1

    We stayed at Terry Bison Ranch for 1 night on our way to Colorado. The $28 reflects using the Passport America discount. The sites were very close together and the highway noise was very evident. It was sufficient for an overnight stop.

  • Area Guides Avatar Roamer
    More than just your average RV park

    Reviewed 24/3/2021

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    Nightly rate: $28

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 55

    Staff were super friendly. Onsite restaurant was open and had live music in the evening and also have a cafe serving breakfast from 7a-9a. Gravel access roads in the camp that were pretty muddy and in bad need of fresh gravel, but site was level and road noise wasn't too bad.

  • Area Guides Avatar Cindy
    Like staying on the ranch

    Reviewed 20/11/2020

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    Nightly rate: $43

    Days stayed: 7

    Site number: 65

    So many friendly Animals

  • Area Guides Avatar t mopar
    Good

    Reviewed 28/7/2020

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    Nightly rate: $26

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 90

    Good spot right off interstate get off exit 2 and backtrac about a mile on service road gravel lots w/grass had wings at there restraunt very good.they have atv. wagon rides and train rides also. Price was with PA . would stay here again. Lot gets a little muddy when it rains but drys quick. Right off interstate but not much noise.

  • Area Guides Avatar HacknRiver
    Probably god for a family

    Reviewed 4/6/2020

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    Nightly rate: $24

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 90

    Good location just off I25. Did an overnight passing thru. Camp ground isn’t much, site was level. Cabins look nice from the outside. They do have a lot of things for family to do. Had what is touted as the bes bison burger in Wyoming. If it’s the best I can’t imagine how bad the worst is. Flavorless. Train tour, wagon rides and horseb...moreGood location just off I25. Did an overnight passing thru. Camp ground isn’t much, site was level. Cabins look nice from the outside. They do have a lot of things for family to do. Had what is touted as the bes bison burger in Wyoming. If it’s the best I can’t imagine how bad the worst is. Flavorless. Train tour, wagon rides and horseback would be a fun time for family but can’t see staying more than a couple of days. Decent WiFi.

  • Area Guides Avatar Lisa's RV Experience
    Rundown campground, overpriced

    Reviewed 3/6/2020

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    Nightly rate: $40

    Days stayed: 2

    Site number: 71

    This campground is just over the Wyoming state line, from the south you have to go 2 miles passed it and come back south to get there. It is a decent location if you want to explore Cheyenne, only about 15 minutes away. If you don't leave the park you have bison and wind turbines to view. The property offers some kids stuff like a trai...moreThis campground is just over the Wyoming state line, from the south you have to go 2 miles passed it and come back south to get there. It is a decent location if you want to explore Cheyenne, only about 15 minutes away. If you don't leave the park you have bison and wind turbines to view. The property offers some kids stuff like a train ride but I didn't investigate it.During COVID-19 we were packed in all the same row while rows behind were totally empty. Ask to change if you don't like your site. This was the first time I had people on both sides of me in a long time. The park is right off the 25 highway and you can hear the traffic all day and night, lots of trucks. A good sound machine would solve that issue.Staff in the main building "store" know nothing when you ask them basic questions, nice, but not helpful at all. Also in the main building, near the laundry, there is both a Women's and a Men's restroom with showers (see pictures). Laundry room has 4 washers and 4 dryers, currently $2/wash and $1 dry. Park assumes NO responsibility or assistance for machine issues, there is a sign saying no refunds. The grounds weren't maintained well, the weeds and grass were high enough to worry about ticks. Picnic tables are filled with splinters, nothing else on site. Some junky-looking full-time sites closer to the highway.This campsite offered a Passport America discount on the first night that made 2 nights almost reasonable. ds

  • Area Guides Avatar Larry H
    Family fun.

    Reviewed 24/8/2019

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    Nightly rate: $26

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 68

    This is a destination park, they have alot of attractions, train ride to feed the bison, horseback riding, an on-site steakhouse.The sites are very close, not much room for the picnic table. Propane on site.

  • Area Guides Avatar Angela
    Ok overnight and convenient to freeway

    Reviewed 13/8/2019

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    Nightly rate: $26

    Days stayed: 1

    Older large campground with friendly staff. Campground parking is grass or gravel. Onsite restaurant food is fair, but service slow due to there being 2 wedding receptions going on. The have some family-related activities which we did not do.

  • Area Guides Avatar Carrie
    Just okay.

    Reviewed 9/7/2018

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    Nightly rate: $50

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: A6

    Campground was just okay. Staff was friendly and we enjoyed feeding the bison. Restaurant was good, but service very slow.

  • Area Guides Avatar Acarter
    Alright for the night

    Reviewed 2/4/2018

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    Nightly rate: $24

    Days stayed: 1

    Just ok for the night. The staff in the office were nice but that’s about the only pro for this place. Cons: the park in general seems very rundown, the pull throughs are nice but a lot of the park is muddy and the gas is patchy. Also the prices seem very high for a place like this-$48 for one night, we paid $24 with passport America w...moreJust ok for the night. The staff in the office were nice but that’s about the only pro for this place. Cons: the park in general seems very rundown, the pull throughs are nice but a lot of the park is muddy and the gas is patchy. Also the prices seem very high for a place like this-$48 for one night, we paid $24 with passport America which is about right for a normal rate. I guess it doesn’t get much better in Cheyenne, a lot of the other parks seem this way with expensive rates.

  • Area Guides Avatar Streaming Nomads
    "The daddy of 'em all!"

    Reviewed 21/8/2017

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    Nightly rate: $75

    Days stayed: 4

    We camped here during the Cheyenne Frontier Days. As expected, we were packed in and the campground was overflowing into the fields. We needed a place close to the rodeo with hookups while our family visited for the event. Terry Bison did the trick. We would stay here again should we decide to return to the "daddy of 'em all" rodeo, bu...moreWe camped here during the Cheyenne Frontier Days. As expected, we were packed in and the campground was overflowing into the fields. We needed a place close to the rodeo with hookups while our family visited for the event. Terry Bison did the trick. We would stay here again should we decide to return to the "daddy of 'em all" rodeo, but certainly would not return without a purpose.I do expect this place is a lot of fun for kids. You can take tours to feed bison, enjoy gentle horseback riding, and go to a petting zoo all on site. If you can eat it without guilt (while bison are wandering by), the bison burger at the restaurant was fantastic.

  • Area Guides Avatar Sue n Dave
    Family fun

    Reviewed 2/7/2017

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    Nightly rate: $34

    Days stayed: 7

    Site number: 74

    Our rate was a weekly rate but was better than using Passport America. RV sites we were disappointed in. Parked tightly together without any grass or trees on spaces. No cable, no tables. All are gravel and weeds. I kept telling myself it's a working Ranch with so much to do on site. Two nice play areas, beautiful gift shop, train ride...moreOur rate was a weekly rate but was better than using Passport America. RV sites we were disappointed in. Parked tightly together without any grass or trees on spaces. No cable, no tables. All are gravel and weeds. I kept telling myself it's a working Ranch with so much to do on site. Two nice play areas, beautiful gift shop, train ride around property, horseback riding, a rodeo arena, bison, chickens, camels, two restaurants (one breakfast only) the other has steaks and burgers. They have an amusement ride area but never saw anyone on so not sure if working. Shower room in office area is beautiful with best showers we've seen in four months of full timing. One point is that evidentially they have rattle snakes and according to a guest here, most of Wyoming gets snakes. Would have been nice to have a warning to give children and watch for pets.

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