Reba McEntire Spends Wedding Anniversary in Saratoga
Residents of Wyoming know how beautiful our state is and we love bragging about it to our family and friends in other states. Some residents, would rather keep our state’s beautiful scenery, trophy trout streams and big game hunting opportunities a secret.
Many celebrities already know of our secret. In fact, lots of movie stars, music artists, politicians and business professionals own property here and / or come to Wyoming to get away from it all and enjoy some of our famous Wyoming hospitality. Just like Reba McEntire and her husband did over the weekend.
Reba spilled the beans about Wyoming’s beauty after she and her husband Narvel spent this past weekend at the Brush Creek Ranch in Saratoga, WY. Reba took to twitter this morning sharing pictures of their trip and boasting of their stay in our amazing state.
Reba and her hubby came to Wyoming to get away and celebrate their 22nd wedding anniversary. They brought several family members, coupled with friends to the scenic 13 thousand acre, Brush Creek Ranch.
Reba tweeted “We got to fish, shoot sporting clays, play paintball, volleyball, archery and eat a lot too! Great time!”.
The lodge and spa at Brush Creek Ranch offers its guest a unique rocky mountain resort experience that is as authentically western as it is luxurious and is featured in the June/July 2011 issue of Town and Country Magazine.
You never know who you’ll run into when you stay at the Brush Creek Ranch. Besides Reba, many celebrities come to visit Wyoming and the Saratoga area. The ranch recently played host to American Idol winner Kelly Clarkson who made mention of her visit and posted how much she loved her stay on her facebook page. No word on if it was Kelly who recommended the retreat to Reba, but Kelly and Reba have been good friends since performing their duet together – Because Of You.
Saratoga is a beautiful city nestled way in the scenic mountains of the Snowy Range, along the shores of the North Platte River. It offers its thousands of annual guests a plethora of opportunities including fishing, hiking, camping, rafting, hunting, snowmobiling and cross country skiing, hot springs, rodeos along with cowboy poetry and more.
-contributed by Rodeo Rick