501 Sand Creek Rd, Beulah, WY 82712
Ranch A is comprised of approximately 645 acres with all of the historic structures included. Ranch A is wholly owned by the state of Wyoming. Under the supervision of the State Lands & Investments Board, Ranch A is leased to a private, non profit group called the Ranch A Restoration Foundation (RARF). This group is charged with maintaining the ranch. While the state owns the property and directs the management of it, there is currently no funding provided for day-to-day operation, maintenance, repairs, improvements, or expansion of Ranch A. There is no other place like Ranch A for a meeting, seminar, retreat, or workshop. With two stand-alone buildings, groups of all sizes can be accommodated. The rustic setting lends a peaceful background while modern communication connections bring as much of the outside world to your meeting as you desire. Lodging facilities are rustic, but comfortable.
You may choose to use the historic lodge which was build by Finnish craftsmen to the specifications of Moses Annenberg in the 1930’s. The lodge has a spacious meeting area, a kitchen with all the equipment to prepare great meals, and sleeping accommodations for 48. There are about 5 acres of mowed lawns and you may move part of your event outside to enjoy the fabulous scenery! And best of all, when you rent the Ranch A lodge you get the whole facility … no sharing with other groups.
In addition to the Lodge, there is a smaller facility available to rent. Named for a former owner and longtime supporter of Ranch A, the latest meeting and lodging facility at Ranch A is a conversion from the original garage and caretaker’s quarters. It was designed and built as a small replica of the Lodge. The Pete Smith Memorial Cabin has the capability of year-round usage and has an exceptionally large area for meetings, workshops, weddings or demonstrations. The Lodge at Ranch A is available April 1st through November 15th (depending on weather). The Pete Smith Cabin may be available for use year round. Reservations may be made for an afternoon, a weekend, a week … or even a month. Call 307-643-3101 for information, availability, and to make reservations.