Badger Creek Ranch is family owned and operated working ranch. We take a holistic approach to ranching and land stewardship. from having good daily practices by living “off the grid”, providing locally sourced meals to our guests and healthy, humanely raised meat to our customers and by living in harmony with nature. Even though we are a working cattle ranch, we never forget you are on vacation! There is spectacular fly fishing nearby, as well as hiking, white water rafting and mountain biking. If you’d rather just relax, we offer non rider packages, Eco Ranch packages, glamping and camping.
Our ranch is located in Colorado’s Badger Creek Basin at approximately 9,000 feet, The area is rich in history, from the Ute Indians to the Spanish Conquistadors, to the pioneers, miners and cowboys of the old West. This is a land of countless tales, sweeping skies, endless sights, and abundant wildlife.
Badger Creek Ranch borders the San Isabel National Forest and Pike National Forest, with spectacular views of the Collegiate Peaks and the Sangre De Cristo Mountains. Our ranch is a photographer’s dream, with beautiful landscapes and plentiful wildlife. There are many opportunities to see bear, mule deer, elk, antelope, mountain sheep, and coyote. Even the wild flowers are spectacular!
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The Badger Creek Ranch Family
Lodging OverviewAfter your day on the ranch, you'll sleep peacefully in our bunkhouse, lodge, or wall tents. Our facilities are tastefully decorated and always clean. The bunkhouse has two bedrooms, each with a queen and full size bed and private bath. The lodge has two rooms, each with a queen bed and private bath. One of our wall tents has a queen bed and one has two twin beds and they have access to shared bathhouse. Camping is also available with access to shared bathhouse.
Recreation OverviewIn addition to horseback riding and cattle work, you may want to explore the area by foot or bicycle. Explore the many Ute Indian sites from the dramatic Buffalo Jump to the sacred Vision Quest site, search for arrowheads, artifacts, and opals. You may want to pitch a game of horseshoes with a friend, or put your feet up and read a book.
Dining OverviewBreakfast-farm fresh eggs, homemade breads, jellies and honey, fruit, yogurt and granola, coffee and tea.
Lunch-packed lunch for the trail or for a picnic. Dinner- farm to table. Locally sourced as much as possible.