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13 10, 2017

A True Hero of Red Horse – Happy Birthday Jim

2018-12-13T22:28:47+00:00Categories: Ranch News|

One of the first days I was on the ranch I met with the staff of the old Hidden Creek. I don’t remember everyone, but a few interviews feel like they were yesterday. Looking back we were all so young.  Matt Majoros, said his goal through the transition was, “ to make sure the previous owners would be taken care of no matter what it took. I’m here to make sure they are covered.” Sarge, or Phil Bailey, showed up and handed me a folder of his entire decorated military career. I remember him calling me “Sir” and being about [...]

30 08, 2017

Red Horse Mountain Ranch earns 7th Straight TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence

2018-12-13T22:31:02+00:00Categories: Ranch News|

Red Horse Mountain Ranch today announced that it has received the 7th straight TripAdvisor® Certificate of Excellence. The achievement celebrates hospitality businesses that have earned great traveler reviews on TripAdvisor over the past year. Certificate of Excellence recipients include accommodations, restaurants and attractions located all over the world that have continually delivered a quality customer experience. "We could not be happier with our staff who have made Red Horse Mountain Ranch a leader in hospitality. We want to also thank our wonderful guests for another amazing summer. We look forward to many more years of providing a well deserved vacation [...]

15 02, 2017

The Story of Amos

2019-02-21T22:59:37+00:00Categories: Ranch News|

Being on the back deck of the lodge early morning with a warm cup of coffee is breathtaking. I can’t help but to enjoy the peace and silence. The morning cup of joe taking in the views of the ranch has been done for decades. Looking through the old records you’ll find lists of names on census reports, deeds, and old homestead documents of people who have lived here before. There’s only a few records of an old man by the name of Amos Vaughn from Iowa. He lived at Red Horse Mountain Ranch in the early 1900’s but only [...]

13 02, 2017

5 Tips to Landing a Summer Job

2018-12-13T22:40:53+00:00Categories: Ranch News|

For over 10 years I’ve been involved in finding our seasonal staff at the ranch. Hiring takes a tremendous amount of time and effort and a full team of people. We’ve been truly blessed with our staff in the past and I would have to say it’s one of the top reasons why the ranch makes such a wonderful vacation spot and I enjoy coming to work. “Surround yourself with great people.” This is such an important rule in life and one I’ve tried to remember. For the applicant, there are some tips you could try to help land that [...]

8 02, 2017

Big Savings on Couples Vacations Beginning this Fall.

2018-12-13T22:50:39+00:00Categories: Ranch News|

Sneaking away for an overnight stay at a nearby hotel gives a couple just enough time to realize they need a vacation. We see it time and time again…around day 2 on the ranch the outside world and daily grind seem to slough off a person . It takes time to put your worries aside and focus on what's truly important. Daily life is filled with hectic schedules, constant phone reminders, and never ending work loads. It's hard for couples to find time together and even harder to find things you both love to do. And ladies we [...]

6 02, 2017

Ladies Week: Our Dedication to the Devoted

2018-12-13T22:56:14+00:00Categories: Ranch News & Stories|

Almost 10 years ago Red Horse Mountain Ranch near Coeur d'Alene, Idaho had its first Ladies Week. Women only trips were just becoming popular and Red Horse was looking for other ways to bring folks to the ranch to help make ends meet. We had a week coinciding with the fall colors after the kids head back to school. So we gave it go. Even the first Ladies Week, with maybe 20 or 25 women, was an amazing week. The ladies had enough fun to last them an entire year and most of them returned. Now, we need 2 weeks [...]

3 02, 2017

8 Tips to be Ready for Single’s Week at the Ranch

2018-12-13T23:00:08+00:00Categories: Ranch News, Ranch News & Stories|

Even though the ranch is buried in snow and the horses look like furballs, there's already a buzz beginning to build around the 2017 summer vacation season and a big part of the excitement stems from our first ever Single's Week starting May 21st. A good group of solo travelers have already decided they're coming but there's some 400 plus folks waiting till the summer gets closer to finalize their reservations. Just as a reminder there are only 36 spots. We'll try to fit as many of you as possible because this is going to be one of those weeks on [...]

30 11, 2016

Secrets to the best family reunion you’ll be talking about for years.

2018-12-14T19:41:10+00:00Categories: Ranch News, Ranch News & Stories|Tags: |

Family reunion planning can be tricky. Just picking a reunion destination spot can take time. I myself come from a large family and we’re lucky to have several amazing planners who handle our family reunions. Planning can be stressful and trying to find a perfect location which everyone will enjoy is a daunting task. Working at Red Horse Mountain Ranch for over a decade, I’ve come to know many of the challenges with family reunion planning. However, it is a small price to pay for some of life’s most enduring memories. Sadly, I think ranches are not normally on a [...]

24 10, 2016

Singles Week

2019-06-05T04:32:11+00:00Categories: Ranch News, Ranch News & Stories|

Red Horse Mountain Ranch is well known for it's famous Kids program, summer family vacations, and Women Only vacations. But in 2017 we're kicking off the summer season with our 1st annual "Single's Week" in May. Now there's no guarantee you'll meet the love of your life. But you'll be glad you ditched that dating Web site, hopped on a plane, and had the best time tucked away in Idaho at an award winning ranch. If you're tired of the old typical “singles vacation” which tends to be a group of friends and it just turns into a booze fest [...]

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