HF Bar Ranch
The HF Bar Ranch, situated in a pristine valley on nearly 7500 acres bordering Wyoming’s Bighorn National Forest, is the second oldest guest ranch in America. The Ranch has received placement on the National Register of Historic Places along with being named one of the “1,000 Places to See Before You Die”. The HF Bar Ranch has been widely acclaimed by such notable national publications as the New York Times Travel Section, Travel & Leisure magazine, Parent’s Magazine, Town & Country magazine and Western Horseman magazine. All of the lands of the HF Bar Ranch have been placed into a Conservation Easement with the Nature Conservancy and the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation. This means these lands will remain unchanged forever. Preservation and conservation are keynotes of this old ranch.
“The HF Bar Ranch, one of the great old dude ranches in America, has preserved that old-ranch feeling. Since, the late 1920s, this ranch has received distinguished guests from around the world… it’s a great ranch for the entire family and children of all ages from five to ninety five.”