Cherokee Park Ranch is a fun, family-owned dude ranch that has long been warmly welcoming guests since 1886. They offer an all-inclusive western vacation package that lets you experience how it’s like to be a cowboy or a cowgirl.
The ranch is located 42 miles northwest of Fort Collins. It’s a fun 1 hour and a half drive from Denver International Airport taking you to 7,200 ft above sea level.
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Receiving multiple awards and being part of Equitrekking’s top 20 best ranches, Cherokee Park Ranch truly provides a world-class vacation. You’ll feel like family and you will love coming back to the ranch. In fact, most of their guests are return clients. It’s the ideal destination if you are seeking a cowboy paradise.
The ranch is open from June through the first week in September, offering discounts for the earlier and later parts of the season. The all-inclusive rates cover everything from room and board, to horseback riding, fishing, and all daily/nightly activities.
While staying at the ranch, visitors can choose between private suites, cabins, or even the 120-year-old historic log lodge suites and 6 outlying cabins. All of their units have porches and are uniquely themed and decorated, even having original antiques. Boasting fantastic views, you’ll have the chance to see elk, bald eagles, mule deer, coyotes, and other wildlife as you relax on the porch.
From sunup to sundown, there’s always something fun to do at Cherokee Park Ranch. Fall in love with their animals. Learn how to safely ride a horse, then enjoy a thrilling adventure on the saddle. You can also go fly fishing, cattle team penning, skeet shooting, go on hayrides, square dancing, swimming, hiking, mountain biking, attend art classes, and tubing the river.
They even have nightly, live entertainment. The staff provides you with entertainment or you can simply go roast marshmallows by the campfire. Activities are optional. Remember to soak in the beautiful star-filled night sky.
Address: 436 Cherokee Hills Dr, Livermore, CO
Season: Early-June to Early-September