Ranch covers 6,600 wild and beautiful
acres at 5,200 feet elevation. Formerly a
working cattle ranch, the property was first
homesteaded in the late 1800s.
And if you like food—who doesn’t?—
The Ranch at Rock Creek has some
of the best food I’ve ever tasted.
Executive chef Josh Drage uses locally
sourced organic ingredients to cook up
dozens of imaginative dishes that pay
tribute to the region.
Another nice perk when coming to the
Ranch is that you can pack lightly. The Rod
& Gun outfitters provide all of the gear
needed for any of the activities. In addition
to horseback riding, there’s fly fishing,
many types of shooting, archery, a ropes
course, mountain biking, hiking, geocaching
and wildlife tours. The Ranch is open
year-round, and winter activities include
snowshoeing, ice skating, cross-country
skiing, snowmobiling and sleigh rides.