The Clubhouse and Surroundings

The Clubhouse, open to the public every Sunday after polo, has long been the gathering place for friends to enjoy the afternoon, watch the sunset over the Big Horns, and refresh and replenish with beverages from the bar. All are welcome . . . there is no membership requirement.
The building is actually the original Big Horn Schoolhouse, which housed eight elementary grades as well as two years of high school.
Click here for its interesting history . . .

Skeeter's Patio, built in honor of Skeeter Johnston - "As we share the pleasures of good friends and the sport he loved, in these beautiful surroundings." So says the inscription on the plaque unveiled at the dedication of Skeeter's Patio, built in his memory after his untimely death in 2007.

The Kelly Howie BBQ - With donations from many local friends, the stone bar-b-que was built in memory of Kelly Howie, a man who lived well, gave much, and embodied the western spirit of the rancher, gentleman, and neighbor.

The Memorial Trees - Many shade trees surround the Clubhouse. Each of these trees has been planted in memory of a "gone but not forgotten" loved one. If you wander through them, you will notice that each one has a marker at the base which explains who the tree is in memory of.

Come join us for a summer of good polo in an area that has a multitude of things to do and see!

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