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Ring Lake Ranch
PO Box 806
Dubois, WY 82513


(888) 458-5253 toll free - (307) 455-2663

info@ringlake.org

http://www.ringlake.org/html/the_ranch.php

What we are about at the Ranch is renewal of spirit and body,
heart and soul in a breathtaking, sacred wilderness.


Discover Ring Lake Ranch - a special place of refreshment and recreation set high in the Wind River Mountains of Wyoming.
The beauty of the mountains with their silent lakes, waterfalls, wildlife, birds and flowers beckons the soul to celebrate creation in quiet and wonder. Friendly horses, miles of hiking trails and fish-laden waters offer both the novice and experienced outdoors lover physical challenge as well as relaxation.

Stimulating seminars, thoughtful discussions, and informal interaction among guests and distinguished session leaders provide a unique educational opportunity and intellectual experience for all who seek a deeper understanding of God and themselves-lay persons as well as educators and ordained clergy.
Families may enjoy shared activities and also personal time.
Individuals are able to savor the opportunity for solitude

as well as to participate in group activities. The community, including staff of about 12, averages between 25 to 45 each session. Everyone helps in doing simple chores-kitchen clean up and tidying our own cabins.

The Ranch is located just east of Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks. The Whiskey Mountain Bighorn Sheep Unit and the Shoshone National Forest, immediately adjacent to the Ranch, offers the opportunity to view bighorn sheep, moose, elk and deer. Bird watching, from our resident osprey family to chickadees and eagles, is a favorite pastime. Numerous ancient petroglyphs are located in the valley around the ranch.
Activities:
boating, hiking, walking, fishing, swimming and horseback riding. Our horses and riding them have been important parts of Ranch life for over 40 years. The wranglers announce trail rides usually at the end of breakfast - Monday through Friday. Longer rides may be announced at supper the night before.
Ecumenical Renewal at Ring Lake Ranch

There is a wonderful line-up of speakers and programs every summer. See our complete listing of outstanding programs for 2010 at www.ringlake.org. Presenters include a Pulitzer and Emmy Award winning playwright, a singer/songwriter that Rolling Stone said, “asks all the right questions and refuses to settle for easy answers,” renowned theologians and teachers, and a Willa Cather Award winning novelist. .


Come. Rest. Renew.

This non-profit, rustic, renewal center offers those who choose to come opportunities for spiritual growth, solitude, community, intellectual stimulation, horseback riding, hiking, and a variety of outdoor experiences.


Camp Paradise Retreat Center
25 miles northwest of Wheatland WY
Nestled in the forested foothills of the Wyoming Rocky Mountains

http://cofchristrm.org/campparadise/

paradiseinfo@cofchristrm.org

(720) 340-2267


Camp Paradise
is a seasonal facility open for use June through September for Camps Reunions, Conferences, Weddings and Receptions. We pride ourselves in having comfortable, yet secluded lodgings at an affordable price.

Accomodations:

  • The Lodge
    The lodge can accommodate 67 people in various room arrangements, including four beds in the cook's quarters.
    The main floor hosts dining room, great room with wood fireplace, restrooms and kitchen. The kitchen is equipped to cook for large groups and includes private quarters and shower for your camp cook(s).
    Upstairs you'll find 10 bedrooms, each with a combination of bed arrangements, and community bathrooms.
  • Additional shower facilities, an ADA accessible shower and 5 bedrooms can be found in our bath house, which is located adjacent to the lodge.
  • 16 electric camp sites for recreational vehicles or tents.

Meeting spaces:

  • In the lodge's large great room or dining area
  • On the front porch
  • Outdoors at "Stone Bench Chapel" or "The Meditating Rocks Garden"
  • Down by the campfire
  • On the parade ground
  • In the national forest or along a trail.

Activities:

  • Parade ground in front of lodge is great for team building activities or group games
  • Horseshoes and/or create brackets for a camp long tournament
  • Softball/kickball field is a great way to fill a few hours
  • Playground with swings and slide
  • Hike into Medicine Bow National Forest which borders the campgrounds
  • Rappelling

How can we assist you or your group?
Send us questions or comments through our Information Request Page.


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Retreat of the Rockies Lodge Cheyenne WY 307-638-7304
Ring Lake Ranch Dubois WY 307-455-2663
San Benito Monastery Dayton WY 307-655-9013 Catholic/Benedictine Sisters of the Perpetual Adoration
Thomas the Apostle Center Cody WY 307-587-4400 Episcopal Church/Diocese of Wyoming
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