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June is National Ranch Vacation Month


America’s Ranchers Ride to the Rescue
Offering Travelers Special Discounts and Events plus
Genuine Cowboy Fun, Activities and Western Hospitality

Celebrate Historic Traditions, Camaraderie, and Natural Beauty of Ranch Life

Because Americans really need a stress-free affordable vacation now, Ranchers across the country have declared June National Ranch Vacation Month and will be offering special discounts, events, and activities to celebrate the down home goodness and healthy values of ranch life.

Gene Kilgore, founder of and a recognized authority on ranching says “Ranch Vacations are the real McCoy and just what everyone needs in this stressed out world. Ranches provide memories for a lifetime tapping into that little cowboy or cowgirl in all of us.” Russell True, president of the Dude Ranchers Association, , agrees adding, “National Ranch Vacation Month is our way of saying to travelers, now is the time to spend your valuable vacation time and vacation dollars at a place built around natural beauty, genuine hospitality and sincere values.“

“Ranches are the answer to today’s vacation dilemma – the simple all-inclusive pricing makes them the easiest and most affordable travel option - think of them as cruises on land,” adds Kilgore, author of the best selling book Ranch Vacations. “Today’s ranches offer much more than horses and dust; in addition to authentic cowboy experiences, many have gourmet food and fine wines, children’s camps, spa treatments, tennis and golf, wilderness excursions, and naturalist experiences.” During NRVM ranches will be offering Rodeo Days, Campfire Cooking classes, Fishing clinics, Cowboy Boot Camps, Wilderness Pack Trips, Cattle Roundups and other special activities and events. Travelers can go to, the #1 online ‘encyclopedia of ranches’ according to, to find more information and discover more than 50 NRVM travel bargains and special savings weeks at

Ranches began hosting guests in the early 1920’s as cityfolk ventured into the western territories in search of the cowboy lifestyle and the term “dude” was coined for these outsiders who were strangers to the west. While most guest ranches are located in the Western U.S., others can be found in states east of the Mississippi including New York, North Carolina Tennessee, Wisconsin and Florida.



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