As previous guests with four boys in the Tesch family, we know the cost of bringing a family on a dude ranch vacation. Therefore, our rates at Tarryall are lower than many dude ranches, but if you compare our riding, kid’s programs, activities, meals, and western hospitality to any other dude or guest ranch you will find we offer more for less.
Tarryall River Ranch is a family owned and family orientated Colorado Guest Ranch and we strive to not only give our guests the best vacation they have ever had and exceed their expectations, but also to make it affordable. Our dude ranch vacations were the best vacations we had as a family and we want to share that same experience with everyone who drives through our gates!
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10% discount offered to groups of 20 or more!
No children’s programs offered August 25 – September 28; evening activities may be curtailed. Dates of September 8 – 28 are reserved for adult-only weeks.
Rates: Rates include lodging for 6 nights, horseback riding (weight limit 250 lbs.), meals, children’s programs, fishing, swimming, hot tub, trap shooting and all other on-ranch activities. Not included in the rates are rafting, overnight pack trip, 3.9 % state sales tax, and staff gratuity.
Deposits: $300 per person is required to hold a reservation. This is refundable up to 60 days in advance of arrival (less 10% handling charge). Less than 60 days in advance, it is refundable (less 10 %) only if we can rebook the space. MasterCard and Visa accepted.
Check-in time is 4:00 pm or after on Sunday and check-out by 11:00 am the following Saturday.
Note: Open year round. Bed & Breakfast offered outside of the summer season at a rate of $89 per person per night. Lunch and dinner available upon request at a rate of $8 and $15 respectively. Horseback riding is available upon request at a rate of $80 per person for a half-day ride, morning or afternoon, and $130 per person for an all-day ride.
Tarryall River Ranch has permits to operate in Pike National Forest, and is also an equal opportunity provider.