2018 Season Rates

RATES FOR 2018 SEASON

(May through October)

CABIN RATES $1,600.00 plus tax PER PERSON FOR 4 NIGHTS (pictured below) Each unit has two twin beds and their own bathrooms with individual heating and cooling units, WIFI and coffee bar. Accommodates 2 people.

*These rooms are for our single travelers, or those who want to room together. 

BUNKHOUSE RATE $1,600.00 plus tax PER PERSON FOR 4 NIGHTS (pictured below) The 5 Bunkhouse rooms have a queen size bed and their own bathroom with individual heating and cooling units, WIFI and coffee bar. Accommodates 2 people.

*These rooms are for our couples as they have one bed, and are designed for two people. 

VIP CABINS RATES $1,600.00 plus tax PER PERSON FOR 4 NIGHTS (pictured below) The VIP Cabin has a queen size bed, a living room with a sleeper couch, kitchenette, and small loft, WIFI and coffee bar. Accommodates 2-4 people. 

*These rooms are for two couples who are travelling together and would prefer to share space. 

A TYPICAL WEEK

While there is no set schedule per week, here is a rough outline…

a lot of this is also weather permitting

Everything is subject to the needs of the cattle, which, after all is why you chose a working cattle ranch for your escape. Cattle work is the priority and is usually done in the mornings. The day then switches focus to cowboy school which is whatever the guests desire to learn be it roping, team penning, learning to read and sort cattle, move cattle, and even games in our indoor or outdoor arena. ALL times are approximate and activities are subject to change due to weather, cattle, and general surprises the ranch may come up with such as a water main leak, or fence that needs repair, etc.

Typical Week: Wednesday afternoon arrival with following Sunday morning departure.

Wednesday: Check-in is between 3-5 pm, followed by a house orientation of the pool, gift shop, coffee bar, laundry service, beer/wine and general times for daily activities. After that, meet your wranglers for horse pairing and a brief orientation for horseback followed by supper.

Thursday: Meet at the indoor arena at 7:30 am to get paired with your horse. Guests are then shown how to brush and saddle their horse. After saddling, all come down to the main house and have breakfast. After breakfast, guests return to indoor arena for riding orientation. After morning orientation, lessons will be given if needed and then ride out. After morning ride, return to main house for lunch. The afternoon is most likely another ride and then guests return to the ranch around 4-4:30 p.m. Enjoy a hosted margarita happy hour from 5:00-6:00 p.m. Supper is at 6:00 with a campfire afterwards, weather permitting.

Friday: This is the long day with about an 18-mile ride, and a picnic lunch mid-day. Return to main house approximately 2:30 p.m. All who desire go shooting with shotguns and clays and/or handguns and targets in the afternoon. Those who do not wish to shoot will continue to ride until 4 p.m. Supper is at 6:00 p.m. followed by riding out to the campsite. Campers are then dropped off and those not camping ride back to the ranch. (Camping is offered June-August.)

Saturday: Meet at the indoor arena at 8:00 a.m. to saddle followed by breakfast. Our farewell ride through our beautiful “Owl Canyon” and then a culmination of cowboy school activities such as roping, cattle sorting, penning, etc., all the skills developed now put to use. A steak supper at night followed by a farewell ceremony, good-byes and evening campfire.

Sunday: Breakfast, checkout, and Departure

Added activities throughout the season are local rodeos, Greeley Stampede the end of June and Cheyenne Frontier Days the end of July. Any off-ranch activities are at the discretion of the guest(s) and all tickets, transportation, etc., are the responsibility of the guest(s). A rental car is necessary should guests consider any activities off-ranch. Please consult a map service for cities, activities, excursions, etc., which are off property.

Beer, wine, and spirits are available for purchase at the ranch. Federal, State, and local laws prohibit guests to bring their own alcoholic beverages onto the ranch. Saddles are not allowed to be brought by guests unless they bring their own horse as well, with proper proof of vaccinations, etc. and their horse is stalled separate from the ranch horses. ALL activities are offered with guests having the option to do everything or taking any amount of time off to relax. We require a lesson or two for you to feel comfortable moving cows if you are a total novice.