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Enjoy Our Historic Wyoming Hospitality!

Welcome to Fort Laramie Bed and Breakfast on the Cowboy Way Ranch!

Escape the city … we’re only a 3-hour drive from downtown Denver, Colorado and wake up to Cowboy Coffee and Bear Signs! Fort Laramie Bed and Breakfast offers a unique opportunity to experience the historic west on our working ranch, the Cowboy Way Ranch. Guests can choose to stay in the Officer’s Quarters, a traditional Tipi, a refurbished early 1900s Sheep Wagon, or our Cowboy Bunkhouse accommodating families. We invite you to step away from the chaos of daily life, let the peaceful Wyoming countryside refresh your spirits, and enjoy the Cowboy lifestyle.

Relax. Let Wyoming tranquility soothe your soul. Savor the expansive views of the quiet countryside and starry skies from the porch or fireside. Take in recreational opportunities at the nearby lakes and river, or brush up on your history at the Fort Laramie National Historic Site just a few minutes down the road. It would be our pleasure to share all the nuances of Western hospitality, past to present, with you.

Tour groups are welcome here on the Cowboy Way Ranch! We offer a special program which allows our guests to step back in time and experience the way it was in the Pioneer Days. Upon arrival, guests Cowboy Up with a Stetson and dine on Chuckwagon Grub cooked over an open fire. Program activities include learning the art of roping, competing in a game of horseshoes, and taking advantage of great photo ops in any one of the rooms or the historic jail cell and gallows.

We host events of all kinds: family reunions, weddings, anniversaries, birthdays. Contact us for details.

Upon check-in, you will be asked to sign a release form. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.

Happy Trails!

Arnold and Kathy Tollefson