With so much to see and do in Cody, Wyoming and the surrounding area, it’s important to plan enough time to stay and play! The most enjoyable way to visit Yellowstone Country is to use K3 Guest Ranch as a “home base,” then set out each day on a new adventure.
Having the K3 Bed & Breakfast located on the Kinkade family ranch allows Head Wrangler Jerry Kinkade to offer guests unique, one-of-a-kind western adventures. By adding one of several Day Ranch activities to a K3 B & B stay visitors have an opportunity to experience ranch living, meet the K3 Ranch trick horses, Stormy & Zip, join a wild mustang tour to photograph the McCullough Peaks mustangs running free and wild, try your hand at firing a variety of firearms, handguns and a bow and arrow, hike the ranch property, or take a hay wagon ride.
Both Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National Park are within a day’s drive from K3 Guest Ranch Bed & Breakfast. The Ranch is also located just minutes from our country’s first National Forest – The Shoshone Forest, and is surrounded by five of the most spectacular scenic drives in the country, including the famous Beartooth All-American Road.
Cody, Wyoming was, and still is, The True West. You’ll find yourself immersed in western culture when you visit Old Trail Town, watch the wild mustangs of MuCullough Peaks running free, cheer for cowboys at the Cody Nite Rodeo, or watch a gunfight from the porch of Buffalo Bill’s historic Irma Hotel.
Time and time again K3 guests tell us they didn’t plan enough time here in Cody, Wyoming. Don’t make that same mistake! Questions about the many things to see and do in Cody and Yellowstone Country? Pick up the phone and call Head Wrangler Jerry Kinkade toll free at 888.587.2080, or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.