ML Ranch Cell Phone Tour
Experience the Mason-Lovell Ranch's exciting past and untold stories through the convenience of your own cell phone. The cell phone tour consists of multiple stops. Each stop highlights a different building or area of the ranch, focusing on how each area contributed to the massive open range cattle industry in the eastern Bighorn Basin.
You can listen to a park ranger give narrations of various sites within the M-L Ranch site, such as the Henry Lovell house, the bunkhouse, and the blacksmith shop. To listen to these narrations at various points of interest, call 307-200-3046, and when prompted, enter the stop number. There are signs on site to help guide you through the ranch.
Designed to be user friendly and flexible, visitors may access the stops in any order. Small signs are posted around the monument indicating tour locations. Please be aware that cell phone coverage can be spotty at times. The cell phone program is provided by OnCell Systems of Pittsford, New York and calls to this number, 307-200-3046, are free except for air time on your cell phone.
Did You Know?
There are over 350 Abandoned Mineral land sites recorded in Bighorn Canyon, and even more are being discovered. These sites are the result of a mining boom, caused by the search for uranium in the production of nuclear weapons during the Cold War. Even with research the names of the companies responsible for the test sites have not been found. More...