Historic Reesor Ranch (Year-Round Accommodations)
Location: Cypress Hills, SK
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The Reesor family was one of many pioneer families who came out west to start a new and better life for themselves and their families. This historic guest ranch provides a living testament to the resourcefulness and tenacity of the early prairie settlers, with a story that is integral to Saskatchewan and Western Canada’s history. The fifth generation of Reesors is now living on the same land and the family is working to ensure that the ranch will be passed down for generations to come.
Operating as a guest ranch since 1997, Scott, Theresa and their family enjoy sharing this unique treasure in the Cypress Hills with their guests. What’s in store for you? You’ll enjoy wide open ranges and incredible fresh air. You’ll also enjoy big, blue living skies and room to breathe! Settle in for an evening of crackling campfires with family, old friends, memories and laughter in addition to days that are filled with ranch life adventures. From horseback riding to ATV Guided tours, or simple hikes though quiet and majestic forests of pine and spruce, unique alpine flowers, and endless bird species.
In 2017, the Historic Reesor Ranch was designated as a Provincial Heritage Site, the only Saskatchewan ranch to date to receive this provincial designation.
Join the Reesor family for an adventure of a lifetime as you learn about the Cowboy way.
The Reesor family offers (click on the titles below to learn more about each accommodation and learn of availability):
Historic, handhewn 1904 log barn restored with detailed attention to history – promoting architectural heritage as a non-renewable resource. Facilitates groups for unique, western fun – family reunions / rustic corporate retreats.
# 1 Log Cabin Rental – Cozy, quiet haven, hand-built with the trees that surround it from our land, using sustainable environmental practices. Rustic, with many modern amenities. Sleeps up to 6 guests. Perfect for honeymooners and small family retreats into nature.
# 2 Cowboy’s Cabin Rental – Lined inside with cedar & spruce lumber, cozy for 2 or 4 guests. Hidden away in the ranch yard trees. Self-contained with jacuzzi jet tub for two, flush toilet & kitchenette. Covered deck with BBQ. Romance Packages are available.
# 3 Bunkhouse Rental – Built in 1906, this historic building housed hired hands, the Blacksmith shop, woodshed and tractor shed. Self-contained with jacuzzi jet tub for two, flush toilet & kitchenette. Covered deck with BBQ. Romance Packages are available. Sleeps up to 6 guests.
Reesor family heritage ranch home tastefully decorated with ranch family history & comfortable guest bedrooms. Hearty ranchstyle breakfasts, evening snacks and historic interpretive tour of ranchhouse.
If planning a family reunion or booking the Old Log Barn as a group, we welcome RVs, campers and trailers. While we do not have a designated campground, per say, they provide a nice open field with a portable fire ring, porta-potties, and a designated shower for campers.
The latest addition to the Historic Reesor Ranch offerings is their NEW Ranch Hall Grill Dining Room – join them for a hearty breakfast or delicious western meal. Click here to learn more and to see a menu: Ranch Hall Grill
Travel Deals (Click to learn more):
Cowboy Comfort Winter Romance Package: http://www.visitcypresshills.ca/travel-deals/winter-romance-package/
Cowboy Comfort Peak Season Romance Package: http://www.visitcypresshills.ca/travel-deals/cowboy-comfort-romance-package-reesor-ranch/
Adventure Experiences: (Click to learn more):
ATV Guided Tours: http://www.visitcypresshills.ca/what-to-do/summer-activities/atv-tours/
Horse related activities: http://www.visitcypresshills.ca/what-to-do/summer-activities/horseback-riding/historic-reesor-ranch/
For more information contact:
Address: Box 1001 Maple Creek, Sask. Canada S0N 1N0
Note: When traveling to the ranch, we recommend the easiest route from the #1 TransCanada Hwy onto Graburn Rd. 33 kms. The least gravel is through the Alberta side of the Park to Reesor Lake, then there’s just 10 kms of gravel to the ranch. If you have any questions about camping in the West Block Wilderness area, just give us a call or text.