Until you see this amazing Wyoming destination you have no idea how luxurious a fly fishing resort can be!
Brush Creek Ranch in Saratoga, Wyoming is nothing short of a world class fly fishing resort and spa. This ranch sits on 30,000 acres of pristine wildlife habitat and fishermen have the choice to fish some of the best waters in the state! Brush Creek Ranch is proudly endorsed by Orvis as one of their favorite Wyoming fly fishing lodges.
During their stay at the lodge, guests have the opportunity to fish Brush Creek, French Creek, the famous North Platte River, and the Encampment River. All these waterways are fantastic fisheries that can be accessed by waders or drift boat.
This short film will give you a great glimpse of some of the pristine natural settings that can be found on the ranch.
If fly fishing happens to not be your thing then there are plenty of other reasons for making a visit to Brush Creek. The lodge offers other experiences like horseback riding, multiple shooting sports, mountain biking, ATV trail rides, zip-lining, rock climbing, a full spa, and much more!
The amenities at Brush Creek are unparalleled in their ability to accommodate large groups in a classic western style. Guests can choose to stay in one of three lodging situations. The Lodge and Spa offers a collection of well-appointed accommodations with refined Western personality for groups of any size up to 150 guests. The slightly more secluded Magee Homestead offers the ultimate in sophisticated luxury and can hold up to 24 adults at a time. If neither of the previous options seem to be what you are looking for, then perhaps the French Creek Sportsman’s Club is what you need.
No matter how you choose to experience the ranch, you are destined to have a time you will not soon forget.
If you are planning a family trip then do not overlook this amazing place. With so much to do on the ranch there is plenty of things for the entire family to enjoy. Family vacations or even family reunions are the perfect times to book your stay at Brush Creek.