Off the Grid Cabin Camping
Rent one of our five cabins and get away from it all. During the day you can hike,
The cabins are true log cabins made from pine imported from Norway. Each is a single room with bed frames to accommodate your air mattress and sleeping bag. Cabins sleep up to 6. There
Each cabin is on a 20 x 20 ft platform (deck), situated to give you the best view. The decks were all built with as little disruption to the landscape as possible. They create an outdoor living space and just off of the deck is a fire ring with a grill for cooking (wood available). Cabins each have a port-a-potty.
You provide your own food, water, light source, portable cook stove, air mattress and sleeping bag.
The adventure begins in getting to the cabinHow you get there is your choice. Ride you own horses: You are welcome to ride to your cabin. Upon arrival hitch them to the post, or use one of the portable corrals. Hike In: Getting “out there” is what the experience is all about. We will give you a map and the GPS coordinates. GPS coordinates are especially fun for those pioneer spirits coming from out of state. By Gator: We will take you to your cabin via a John Deere gator.
In all cases, we are available to transport your supplies to your cabin.
During the day you can enjoy the outdoor activities. Wrap up the day sitting on your deck or sitting around a camp fire. How about making a great camping meal: Baked Beans in a cast iron pot, Beef Stew over the fire;and ending with Peach Cobbler. Don’t know how to cook this way or don’t have cast iron cookware? Ask us!
Rates & Avaliability - Cabin Camping
$50 a night for up to 4 – Sunrise and Ridge View Cabins
$60 a night for up to 6 – Valley View Cabin
Special Introductory Offer
20% Discount on a
Rates & Availability - Pioneer Experience
Stay in a Constoga Wagon
$40 a night
Special Introductory Offer
20% Discount on a 2-night stay
Recreate the Pioneer Experience. Stay in a Constoga WagonEver wondered what it was like to travel across the country to a new home in the West in a covered wagon? Find out by staying in one of our refurbished prairie wagons.
Wagons are placed in different areas of Horse Creek Ranch Wagons are stationary. They are authentic wagons that were used for transporting pioneers across America in search of a new life. Big enough for two adults to sleep comfortably, with room left for children. Or sleep under the wagon.
During the day you can enjoy the outdoor activities and sit around a campfire at night. How about making a great covered wagon meal: Baked beans in a cast iron pot, Beef Stew and ending with Peach Cobbler ?. Don’t know how to cook this way or don’t have cast iron cookware. Ask us!
Like the cabins, you will need to bring your own air mattress, sleeping bag, food, water.portable cooking stove, and light source.