There is something about fresh air and the great outdoors that work up your appetite. This holds especially true when you’ve spent a day riding, roping, and playing hard at the ranch. Read More.
It’s early morning at the ranch. I breathe in the fresh mountain air and smile as our ranch dogs, Josie and Trooper, excitedly run across the dew-kissed lawn. Birds sing cheeerfully in the towering trees as squirrels scurry about their busy day. The clear, cool water runs down the creek. It’s the start of a new day. Read More.
The days of the old west, when cowboys sat around a campfire, grabbed a guitar or harmonica and started singing folksongs are still recreated at Greenhorn Creek Guest Ranch. It’s an evening ritual that families vacationing at the Ranch always enjoy, as lyrics softly fill the night air. By the warmth of the crackling fire, they sit casually scattered about, gazing straight up into the dark night sky, as if they hope to pluck one of those shining stars and place it right into their very own pockets. Read More.