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Middle Creek Ranch

Routt county near Steamboat Springs, CO

Nestled under the rimrock just outside Steamboat Springs, Colorado, Middle Creek Ranch invites visitors to an authentic Rocky Mountain experience. A family-owned, working ranch spanning 10,000 acres, Middle Creek beckons you to rest, play, and take in the extraordinary mountain air. Enjoy unbelievable views while horseback riding, fly-fishing or cross-country skiing, or let our expert guides design a custom adventure for you. Guided ATV rides, sporting clays, a shooting and archery range, as well as the kid favorite paintball field are some of the activities you can choose from. When you’re ready to relax, the hot tub on our sun deck is ready. Savor one-of-a-kind meals from a private chef, and say goodnight in cabins that are as rustic as the Colorado countryside.

hosted by: Jocelyn
sleeps 20        11 Bedrooms / 9.5 Baths
Trout Creek Frontage
Concierge spa services
Private chef
50 miles of nature trails
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Rocker B Ranch

Palo Pinto county near Graford, TX

A ranch experience and venue like no other, Rocker B offers activities for everyone while surrounded by the scenic Palo Pinto Mountains. A swimming pool with 50-foot water slide, landscaped waterfall, and shallow play area is the perfect entertainment for all ages. The indoor arena with a turfed baseball field offers endless weatherproof opportunities as well as a flexible event space. Three baseball fields, practice field, tennis and basketball court, driving range, fishing lake, workout facility, and spa insure that there's an activity for every member of your group. The 2,500 square foot Clubhouse and Dugout offer the opportunity to kick back and relax after a full day of fun as well as offering plenty of space to enjoy meals and downtime together.

sleeps 60        18 Bedrooms / 21 Baths
Three baseball fields
Swimming Pool
Fishing Lake
Driving Range
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Casa Grande at Tejon Ranch

Kern county near Los Angeles, CA

Set at the foothills of the Coast Ranges and the Sierra Nevadas, Casa Grande offers modern ranch house amenities in a natural environment only minutes from restaurants, local grocery stores, and one of California's main thoroughfares. Casa Grande is set up for special gatherings, complete with a full kitchen, a game room, two dining rooms, breakfast nook, a casual and formal living room, a washer and dryer, and two fireplaces.

sleeps 8        4 Bedrooms / 4 Baths
Stay in comfort, Explore at will
Largest ranch in California
National-park sized experience
One hour north of Los Angeles
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Hacienda at Tejon Ranch

Kern county near Los Angeles, CA

Walking into the Hacienda at Tejon immediately transports you to another era. Comfortably yet elegantly decorated in historic California ranch style, the house lends itself well to not only the recreational guest, but as the headquarters for corporate gatherings. With both formal living and dining rooms, the latter of which doubles as a conference room with hidden projection screen, Hacienda is ideal for entertaining both families and executives. Although the house is just off California's major thoroughfare, take one step into the serene backyard at the foothills of the Sierra Nevadas, and you're a world away.

sleeps 4        2 Bedrooms / 2 Baths
Proximity to Los Angeles
Confluence of 4 ecoregions
Abundant Wildlife
Californias largest private property
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Transition Ranch

Kinney county near Uvalde, TX

Between the southwestern edge of the rolling hills and live oak savannahs of the Hill Country and the mesquite and cactus-covered South Texas Plains lies a vibrant ecosystem filled with Golden-cheeked Warblers, Black-capped Vireos, and multiple varieties of orioles, hummingbirds, butterflies, and charismatic mammals. Explore almost 2,000 acres on some of the rarest and most gentle horses in the US, Peruvian Pasos, take advantage of world-class bird and wildlife photography blinds or relax by the pool. Meals are prepared with ingredients from the ranch and cooked in both contemporary and traditional styles.

hosted by: The Hurwitz Family
sleeps 9        3 Bedrooms / 3 Baths
Horses and miles of trails
Wildlife photography blinds
Shooting range
Pool and hot tub
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The Alisal Guest Ranch & Resort

Santa Ynez Valley north of Santa Barbara, CA

A secluded 10,000-acre jewel tucked into California’s famed Santa Ynez Valley, Alisal Guest Ranch & Resort melds the spirit of the Old West with the seductive charms of today’s most relaxing resorts. Drive 30 minutes north of Santa Barbara and you’ll find Alisal Guest Ranch and Resort’s 50 miles of riding trails, 100-acre spring-fed lake, two 18-hole championship golf courses, tennis courts, pool, spa, western-themed accommodations, fine dining, and endless ways to unplug and unwind. Just minutes away from the Ranch are more than 75 renowned vineyards and wineries and the charming Danish village of Solvang. Whether it’s a romantic weekend getaway for two, a family reunion, or a corporate retreat, come discover the magic of Alisal Guest Ranch & Resort. This is far more than just a dude ranch. With a temperate climate year-round and ever-changing seasonal activities, any time of year is the perfect time to visit us.

sleeps 250    
Luxury working guest ranch
Horseback riding
Two golf courses and spa
Winery tours and tastings
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Vermejo

Colfax county near Raton, NM

With snowcapped alpine tundra, 19 fishable lakes and over 550,000 stunning acres of picturesque lands, Vermejo is the jewel of northern New Mexico. Its diverse landscape is home to a wide variety of wildlife including elk, bison, black bears and mountain lions. Whether riding horseback through open fields, exploring turn-of-the-century charcoal kilns, or fly fishing for Rio Grande cutthroat trout, Vermejo has something for everyone.

sleeps 74        29 Bedrooms / 30 Baths
19 fishable lakes
Holistic spa services
30 miles of pristine streams
1,200+ wild bison
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Yturria Ranch

Kenedy and Willacy county near Raymondville, Texas

The historic Yturria Ranch is located on approximately 14,000 acres of pristine South Texas ranch country in Willacy County and Kenedy County, approximately 29 miles north of the Valley International Airport in Harlingen and 6 miles north of Raymondville. The Yturria Ranch was founded in 1858 by Francisco Yturria, a South Texas pioneer, merchant, banker, railroad developer, and rancher. The Yturria Ranch has been under continuous family management for more than 160 years.

hosted by: Corina Hernandez
sleeps 8        4 Bedrooms / 4.5 Baths
Best private wildlife sanctuaries in Texas
Fully-staffed ranch experience
Private, guided hunts and fishing expeditions
Hacienda-style ranch house
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Costilla Lodge at Vermejo

Colfax, Taos, Las Animas, and Costilla county near Raton, NM

The Costilla Lodge is Vermejo’s hidden gem, located 45 minutes from the main lodge at 10,000 feet of elevation. While guests staying at Costilla Lodge have access to all of the fabulous inclusions and activities as those staying at the Main Lodge, the most sought after summer and winter adventures begin just outside the Costilla doorstep… With snowcapped alpine tundra, 19 fishable lakes and over 550,000 stunning acres of picturesque lands, Vermejo is the jewel of northern New Mexico. Its diverse landscape is home to a wide variety of wildlife including elk, bison, black bears and mountain lions. Whether riding horseback through open fields, exploring turn-of-the-century charcoal kilns, or fly fishing for Rio Grande cutthroat trout, Vermejo has something for everyone.

sleeps 16        8 Bedrooms / 8 Baths
19 fishable lakes
Private chef included
30 miles of pristine streams
Eco-friendly lodge
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Cienega Fort at Cibolo Creek Ranch

30 miles south of Marfa

Located in the picturesque Cienega Mountains with elevations ranging from 4,000 to 7,000 feet, Cibolo Creek Ranch, named for the buffalo that once roamed the region, is one of the oldest ranches in Texas. Cienega Fort was constructed between 1855 and 1857 by the ranch's founder, Milton Faver, at the spring-fed source of Cienega Creek. The Cienega forts were the original headquarters to Faver's growing cattle enterprise., chosen for their location at the spring-fed source of Cibolo Creek. Efforts to restore the ranch's historic structures and native habitat began in the late 1980s. Under the auspices of the Texas Historical Commission, everything from the fort structures, landscaping to interior decor were renovated. Every aspect of the environment reflects features of Spanish and Mexican culture. Most of the modern conveniences are tastefully hidden from view so guests can truly feel that they’ve slipped back in time, but without forfeiting modern comforts. Through ongoing habitat restoration efforts, much of the 30,000 acre landscape has been returned to its pre-pioneer condition.

sleeps 21        13 Bedrooms / 11 Baths
Meals, private chef and sommelier
Historic lodging, modern feel
Privacy with resort services
Hike, bike, hunt, tour or relax
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