Located at the front range of the Rocky Mountains at 7,600 feet, we offer overnight accommodations in a two bedroom, one full bath apartment in a beautiful Western setting. Bordering one of the state’s largest ranches, Warren Livestock, the Lazy H offers a variety of activities. Hike with one of our llamas assisted by a trained guide
Climb the 800 foot Spur Ridge.Weave, spin or sew with fleece from our llamas. Paint some of our amazing landscapes.
The Lazy H Ranch is located just six miles north of Laramie, which is easily accessible from U.S. Route 80. Laramie, the home of the University of Wyoming, offers a number of cultural activities and sports during the summer and early fall months. In addition, there are a number of excellent restaurants to choose from, including vegetarian, Indian, Thai, Chinese, Japanese and traditional American establishments.
There are also a variety of outdoor activities available nearby for those interested in hiking, rock climbing and fishing.
The owners, Larry and Kelly Hubbell, in addition to being llama ranchers, also teach at the University of Wyoming. In their previous lives, they were owners of the Tamworth Inn in Tamworth, New Hampshire.
We fell in love with this property the first time we saw it. This is truly big sky country - both the sunrises and sunsets are outstanding. And given the plentiful wildlife, we truly live in a game reserve.
This property is an outstanding location with access to abundant wildlife and our adorable llamas. Furthermore, we encourage artists to take advantage of our beautiful views.
There are a variety of activities available in the Laramie area during the summer, including theater and concerts sponsored by the University of Wyoming, Jubilee Days in early July and outdoor recreation in our beautiful mountains. In the fall, there are a number of collegiate sports offered at the University of Wyoming, including football and basketball. In addition, there are many art galleries and cultural even ts throughout the year.