The park’s most rustic lodge pairs its rough-log decor with a cowboy menu: burgers, steak, fried chicken, and applewood-smoked ribs (this is not the place for inspired vegetarian dishes). It’s fairly standard fare, but portions are hearty and there are a few surprises (such as bison tamales). For a more memorable meal, sign up for the Old West Dinner Cookout: You’ll hop on horseback (or jump in a wagon) for an alfresco supper of 12-ounce steak, baked beans, potato salad, and cobbler. The price sounds steep—$63 to $94 for adults, $50 to $86 for kids—but considering you get a full meal for about $20 more than a regular horseback ride, it’s a pretty good deal.