Yellowstone is perhaps the most iconic and widely popular western drama series ever streamed on cable. The award-winning series has numberless die-hard fans across the west. The fourth season alone has reportedly 15 million views. This indicates the popularity of the series.
As a threadbare critique of Native American history, the series revolves around two families: Montana and Dutton. Kevin Conster, who stars in Yellowstone as John Dutton, plays the role of the central character – seemingly a protagonist. The Dutton family, on the other hand, is struggling against a ruthless occupation of their untouched land that has been passed down to them by their ancestors.
Intriguing as the series is, it makes the viewers travel back and forth in time – taking them “on a virtual trip’ to the most amazing places of mother nature. The viewers enjoy every single scene of the series. However, what is seemingly ignored is the breathtaking places that the stars have visited. Although it is a treat for the eyes to see these stars roaming in the wilderness of mother nature, how good would that be to pay an actual visit to the places?
However, it is pertinent to mention here that a vast majority of these places are within the reach of everyone, which means that you do not have to be a Yellowstone star to visit these places. Now let’s go ahead and unveil the beauty of nature that Yellowstone stars crave for.
Kevin Costner At Alisal Ranch
The leading star of Yellowstone, Kevin Costner, is one of the fans of nature. If you have been keeping up with him lately, you could tell how ruthless his outing schedule is. Accompanied by his family, Kevin visits numerous tourist spots every now and then. The latest among his visits is the Alisal Ranch, California.
Alisal Ranch is a few miles away from Los Angeles. The mountainous area gives a breathtaking exposure to the beauty of nature. From hiking and horseback riding and adventuring, Alisal Ranch has every pleasure for all ages.
The Classic Brush Creek Ranch, Wyoming
Another go-to place for the Yellowstone stars is the centuries-old Brush Creek Ranch. Dating back to the 1800s, this ranch is laid on roughly 30,000 acres. You can enjoy your full day here with numerous activities after driving from Denver for two hours.
From skiing and fishing to horseback riding, people from all walks of life, age, and gender can find peace of mind at the Brush Creek Ranch.