About K3 Guest Ranch
K3 Guest Ranch Bed & Breakfast is a 33 acre ranch located just minutes from downtown Cody, Wyoming. In earlier times the ranch served as both a working sheep and cattle ranch. The ranch is no longer used to raise sheep or cattle, but the hay fields that surround the main K3 Guest Ranch Lodge continue to produce 45-50 tons of good quality hay, and today are home to deer, antelope, and a variety of birds and small game. The ranch is also home to two of the best trained ranch horses in Wyoming. Stormy and Zip are ranch stars and perform a variety of tricks for guests. They add to the over-all ranch experience that K3 guests enjoy so much.
In the early 1980s, Head Wrangler Jerry Kinkade turned the main ranch lodge into a western style bed and breakfast. Jerry’s vision for the property was to provide guests a comfortable lodging experience combined with the fun and excitement of a working ranch. Jerry has carefully decorated each room in the K3 Lodge with a western theme, including authentic western collectables and artwork. Especially unique to K3 are the vintage wagons that have been converted to comfy queen sized beds giving guests the most unique western sleeping experience they have ever seen!
Jerry found an authentic 1896 sheepherder’s wagon, converted it to a sleeping room, and set it beside the K3 hay fields. This year a family tent was added beside the wagon and this combination of truly western sleeping accommodations is most popular with our adventure seeking visitors.
For an added western ranch experience there’s “Day Ranching at K3 Guest Ranch.” Day ranching provides guests with all of the things that a ranch visit should – a hearty ranch breakfast, a visit to the horse barns to see trick horses Stormy, and Zip, a trip to visit the McCullough Peaks wild mustangs, hay rides, horseshoes, fishing, hiking and relaxing in the great outdoors of Wyoming. For more information and to make reservation check out the “Day Ranching” package on our packages page.
Questions about the ranch? Pick up the phone and call Head Wrangler Jerry Kinkade toll free at 888.587.2080, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.