Is Wyoming Becoming An All-Inclusive Luxury Vacation State?
The Farm at Brush Creek sits on 30,000 acres of Brush Creek Ranch. This will offer folks a chance to vacation and disconnect from the world. Most places when they talk about all-inclusive means full-service dining rooms and lots of alcoholic beverages. The farm will be more focused on an amazing dining experience. The plan is to attract a younger crowd.
“Millennials, in particular, are looking for authentic experiences and to contribute to a sustainable world as they live their lives—and this is now becoming part of how they travel as well,” Bruce White, owner of Brush Creek Ranch explains to Fortune.
On top of eating amazing meals that are prepared right in front of you with products raised from the ranch, there is plenty of fly-fishing and big game hunting to do along the North Platte River Valley.
Some of the other features include a new 20,000-square foot greenhouse on the ranch, a creamery making area, and an on-site bakery. You can book private events at the ranch and it will be hosted by the Cheyenne Club, which is a group of the finest chef's in Wyoming.