Mustang Eco-Resort an Idyllic Getaway

By January 18, 2016

Madeleine Pickens has been a horse advocate her entire life, fighting to protect the 30,000 Mustangs designated by Congress as “living symbols of the historic and pioneer spirit of the West.” Now she’s put her hospitality where her heart is, creating the Mustang Monument Wild Horse Eco-Resort in Wells, Nevada. Spanning over 900 square miles, the facility offers rest and relaxation in the finest Wild West spirit. With wagon rides, horseback excursions and four-wheeling, as well as more soothing diversions, like spa treatments and fine dining.

Guests can stay in spacious, luxuriously-appointed tipis or designer-chic safari cottages. There’s plenty to see, inside and out. Mustang Monument is a functioning horse preserve. So whether you’re planning an intimate getaway or a corporate retreat, consider a walk on the wild side and give it a look-see.

 

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Mustang Monument dining teepee.

 

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Safari cottage with a rustic theme.

 

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Each safari cottage has unique decor.

 

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Luxury teepee

 

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Informal dining fun in the saloon.

 

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View from the porch

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