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A trip to Cook's Bison Ranch is time well spent. The highlight for us was the wagon ride to feed the Bison. They are huge! We learned a lot. We enjoyed a Buffalo Burger while there and did some hands on activities. It's a wonderful...More
We enjoyed the tour around the ranch and fed the bison; then had a wonderful lunch in a barn of Buffalo Barbecue, baked beans, coleslaw, tea, lemonade, and water. The family's enthusiastic manners made the experience wonderful. It was a great experience. There's a small...More
We took the tour around the ranch and fed the bison, then had a wonderful dinner in a barn of Buffalo Barbecue, baked beans, cole slaw and tea and buffalo jerky at each place setting! It was so interesting and the personnel there were superb!...More
If you've never seen bison up close & personal this is a great place. They took us out into the pasture where we could feed the herd. Lots of little ones, so cute.
Also enjoyed a great BBQ of bison roast.
We did the tour and the chuck wagon meal---total of $ 20 ( $6 seniors tour and $14 meal )The meal was fine----in a large decorated barn type building----but the tour was a wagon ride out to the buffalo herd---maybe a 100 or so ?--and...More
Cook's is quite out of the way but was fairly easy to get to from Fort Wayne. Our group had an incredible time. Be sure to buy a bag of feed as that was a highlight of the trip. Sue, our guide, taught us lots...More
Our family drove over to visit the Cook's Bison Ranch this past weekend and enjoyed it very much. This is a family operation that enjoys sharing their ranch with others.
We took the wagon tour out to the bison heard and got a very up...More
Cook's Bison Ranch proved to be a fun adventure for our young grandchildren ages 4 to 8. They got to feed the bison as they came up to our covered wagon(modern type) and stuck out their long tongues. The guide gave a little history talk...More