- Pryor Mountain Wild Horses are located in Pryor Mountains Montana.
- These Pryor mustangs are thought to be descendents of Spanish horses.
- First Wild Horse Range in America.
- Visit the Pryor Mountain Wild Horse Range Center, located north of Lovell, WY to learn more about the mustangs.
- The Center is open year-round, Monday thru Friday, 10am-5pm.
The Pryor Mountain Wild Horse Range is a refuge, established to save a dying breed. These horses are thought to be the descendents of Spanish horses that have been roaming this area for over 200 years. In 1968, the Pryor Mountain Wild Horse Range was established, making it the first public Wild Horse Range in the United States. Viewing these wild Spanish Mustangs is a rare and amazing opportunity that should not be passed up.
The Pryor Mountain Wild Horse Range, is located north of Lovell in the Pryor Mountains. To access the Center, head southeast on Highway 310 from the junction at Rockvale, MT, towards Lovell, WY. When in Lovell, head 14 miles north. The best change people have of viewing these wild mustangs is along Highway 37, in the Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area. The Pryor Mountain Wild Horse Range Center can provide maps for other viewing areas.
Year-round, the Pryor Mountain Wild Mustang Center is open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. During the colder months, the center may be closed due to weather.
This project is non-profit, however donations are appreciated. The purpose of this organization is to maintain the wild mustang herds, as well as educate the public.
Pryor Mountain Wild Mustang Center
P.O. Box 385
Lovell, WY 82431