Accommodations

Lodging and Cuisine, Outdoor Living and Dining

Your  own  private getaway, canvas range tent The camp gathering place around the fire, coffee is on . . .

The special campsite along the Little Sandy River is definitely not your standard, "cookie cutter" version of the typical dude ranch. For those who are looking for a place that is closer to the Earth, more in tune to the rhythms of nature, yet offers everything necessary to be comfortable and secure, the camp setting where the Blue Sky Sage rides originate is the perfect home away from home.   Think of the soothing melody of running water over smooth stones, with the harmony of a summer breeze through tall lodgepole pines to lull you off to sleep. The quiet of your own canvas tipi tent, with a warm sleeping bag on a cot with a comfy mattress are better than the best king sized bed in a luxury resort for restful sleep. The privacy and peace of the location enhances the accommodations of the Blue Sky Sage camp setting. Every individual guest is set up in their own tent, with larger tents available for couples or those who want to share.  In addition, there is a private shower tent with solar-heated showers ready to use after we get in from the days' ride or, the river right beside your tent may beckon you to take a dip in the crystal clear water for a cool soak, and to wash off the dust of the trail. 

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The toilet setup is best illustrated in this short video clip:


Grilled wild  Alaska salmon, wild rice, homemade dinner rolls, fresh salad, mmmm!Emily proudly shows her culinary skills with a beautiful meal for our guests


Another feature of Blue Sky Sage that our guests have popularized over the years are the meals that our various dutch oven camp chefs have prepared over the years. The cookhouse and those who work within produce the fabulous meals that have become a tradition. The Blue Sky Sage menu features organic grass-fed buffalo, and includes wild Alaska salmon, grilled chicken, crisp salads, fresh fruits, natural cereals and yogurt, vegetables, pasta, homemade biscuits and breads, and if you still have room, desserts made from scratch. Our dutch oven camp cooks are all experienced with preparing a variety of specialty hors d'oeuvres as well, to accompany our BYOB daily cocktail hour after the horses are put up from a good days' ride.

 

 

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