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We need our staff to start work by May 13, 2019 so that we can open up the ranch for our season.  We need staff to stay until at least August 19th but also need quite a few staff to stay until September 25, 2019 or so. Our season runs from June 9th to September 19th. We host a special week May 26th and have to shut down the ranch for the winter after the season ends.

  • Baker/Breakfast Cook

    A love of baking is necessary and early mornings not a problem

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  • Childrens' Program Counselors

    Must have a strong horse background and love kids! Children's counselors rotate positions with wranglers so no one burns out doing the same thing the entire summer.

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  • Fishing Guide

    Previous fly-fishing guide experience and patience!

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  • Housekeepers/Servers

    Also work at our Soda Fountain
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  • Maintenance Person

    Basic carpentry, electrical, plumbing, vehicle maintenance skills
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  • Prep Cook/ Kitchen Assistant

    Experience helpful. This position also rotates with another person doing dishes.
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  • Wranglers

    Very strong horse background, previous trail guiding experience preferred. Wranglers rotate positions with children's counselors so no one burns out doing the same thing all summer.

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How to Apply

Please read through the employment information on our website. From there you can apply online.

Please send in all the required information and a COMPLETE application. We do request that you provide email addresses for your references, if at all possible. We are finding that folks prefer to respond to a reference request at their leisure rather than us calling at an inopportune time.

Also, If you're applying for our counselor or wrangler positions, please submit a short riding video demonstrating your riding skills. We ask the video to show you catching a horse, grooming, saddling and bridling it. Then mounting and riding a short distance at a walk, jog and a lope. Lastly, dismounting and untacking the horse.


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