Lodging & Cabin Rentals: Pricing and Getaway Packages

All three properties are available for rent. Perfect for you next getaway to historic Sedan Kansas.

Come to Sedan Kansas and experience the best of hunting, fishing, shopping, romantic getaways and more!¬†You'll be amazed by the fresh air and big skies at the Red Buffalo Ranch, a beautiful 8,000 acre ranch owned by Kansas native, Bill Kurtis.  It was recently featured in the New York Times for its new role as a significant tourism destination.  The main focal point of the ranch is the Butcher Falls area where visitors can walk around a 14-foot natural waterfall.  Guests stay in  their choice of the  Red Buffalo guest houses.  All are quite unique and comfortable.  Nearby shopping in historic Sedan is an added pleasure. 

The Red Buffalo Ranch Lodging Pricing:

Each property is rented for is $95 per night for 2 adults and $125 for additional people.

The River Cabin Rental Pricing:

Cabin Rental is $125.00 per night

Check in is 3pm and check out is 12 noon

The Butcher Falls Bunk House Rental Pricing:

Cabin Rental is $150.00 per night

Check in is 3pm and check out is 12 noon

The Bull Building Rental Pricing:

Rental is $125.00 per night

Check in is 3pm and check out is 12 noon

A Red Buffalo Ranch Getaway Package for two includes:

  • Two nights lodging at your choice of available properties.
  • Two days of fishing on private, water-shed lake near cabin
  • Two days of exploring nature trails which includes  Prairiehenge, a huge rock sculpture by Kansas artist, Stan Herd

The basic cost for this two night weekend getaway package is $300 per couple, plus taxes.  Visa and MasterCard accepted.

Reservations can be made by calling The Red Buffalo Gift Shop at:
620-725-4022

Experience a place that is purely prairie. The Red Buffalo Ranch on the eastern edge of the beautiful Flint Hills of Kansas. 8000 acres of tall grass lands and endless skies. As the renown journalist, Bill Kurtis, so aptly put it, "There's less to get in the way of you and the heavens out on the prairies of Kansas."