Yellowstone National Park Pass

Fishing Licenses, Fishing Poles, Tack and Conservation Stamp;

(You must purchase before fishing)

Recommended Gear List for Dutch Oven Outfitters Classes

LUGGAGE

1 medium duffel bag or backpack.

(All gear should fit into bag with the exception of outdoor recreation equipment.)

Day-pack with water bladder.

CLOTHING

Weather in Montana can change fast and be highly unpredictable.

Temperatures can range from 90°F during the day to 32°F at night in the summer, so pack accordingly.

You're going to get dirty so no designer clothing. 

Pants: 2-3 long pairs of jeans or hiking pants

Shirts: 3 T-shirts, 2 long-sleeve shirts, 1 hoodie

Socks: Merino wool preferred

Long underwear: 1 pair

Gloves

Hats: 1 with brim for sun protection and 1 beanie for warmth

Coat: Fleece, vest, and/or wind breaker

Rain gear: Pants and coat (could double as wind breaker)

Footwear: Camp shoes (closed-toed)

Camp wear – Comfortable leisure clothes

TOILETRIES

Towel and washcloth

Shampoo and conditioner

Biodegradable soap

Shaving Tools

NECESSITIES

Reusable water bottle

Sunglasses

Sunscreen

Flashlight/headlamp

Camera

Personal medical kit (small)

Sleeping bag/Sleeping pad/pillow

Binoculars

Bear spray – mandatory for horseback riding and hiking (can be purchased onsite)

Recommended Gear List for Wrangler/Camp Jack Classes

LUGGAGE

1 medium duffel bag or backpack

(All gear should fit into bag with the exception of outdoor recreation equipment and tack.)

Day-pack with water bladder.

CLOTHING

Weather in Montana can change fast and be highly unpredictable.

Temperatures can range from 90°F during the day to 32°F at night in the summer, so pack accordingly.

You're going to get dirty so no designer clothing.

Pants: 2-3 long pairs of jeans or hiking pants

Shirts: 3 T-shirts, 2 long-sleeve shirts, 1 hoodie

Socks: Merino wool preferred

Long underwear: 1 pair

Gloves

Hats: 1 with brim and stampede string and 1 beanie for warmth

Coat: Fleece, vest, and/or wind breaker

Rain Gear: Pants and coat (could double as wind breaker)

Footwear: Riding boots (with some heel) and camp shoes (closed toed)

Camp Wear – Comfortable leisure clothes

TOILETRIES

Towel and washcloth

Shampoo and conditioner

Biodegradable soap

Shaving Tools

NECESSITIES

Reusable water bottle

Sunglasses

Sunscreen

Flashlight/headlamp

Camera

Personal medical kit (small)

Sleeping bag/Sleeping pad/pillow

Binoculars

Bear spray – mandatory for horseback riding and hiking (can be purchased onsite)

TACK

Saddle

(If you have your own, it is in good condition, and is WESTERN only)

Saddlebags

(The inexpensive canvas ones will be fine)

Chaps

(Not mandatory but recommended. Smooth leather only. No suede or show chaps.)

Saddle slicker aka long riding rain coat.

(Not mandatory if bringing high-quality rain gear but recommended. No ponchos!)