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6 miles west of Granby
PO Box 147
Granby, CO 80446-0147

Dude Ranch
6 miles west of Granby, 90 miles west of Denver
Starting at $420 / day


This all-inclusive western dude ranch features horseback rides and tours, hearty western cuisine, cozy personal cabins and lodges, children's programs, evening entertainment and many other activities and relaxation.

Everything at the ranch is within walking distance. Guest cabins, the lodge, children's playground, the fishing pond, swimming pool and games area are all within a stone's throw.

Activities include a complete program of horseback riding, swimming, horseshoes, steak fryes, trout fishing, western dancing, jeep trips, song fests, campfires, hayrides, carnival, pack trips, staff entertainment, gymkhana rodeos, raft trips, children's programs, nearby golf, hunting and much more.


Starting at $420 / day
Family Rate (3+ people)
$600 - $2200 per person / week
$2200 / week
End of May - Mid September
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The horse program is outstanding and geared to every riding ability and age group. Horses are selected to match your own riding skills. Daily instruction, both in the arena and on the trail help to improve everyone's proficiency. Advanced riders have many opportunities to explore and blaze trails while handling their horses from leisurely walks to smooth lopes and gallops.


  • In Room
  • Deck
  • Deck w/ Mountain View
  • Fireplace
  • Balcony
  • On Premises
  • Deck
  • Fireplace
  • Gift Shop
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Restaurant
  • Game Room
  • General
  • Free Full Breakfast
  • Guest Laundry
  • Free Parking
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This all-inclusive resort features full dining, lodging, and activities. Most meals are served family style in our dining room but outdoor meals are highlights. Breakfast on a mountain top. Open hearth barbecue. Chuckwagon lunches. Sometimes, right out of your saddlebag. Each day is different.

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