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Lodging Details

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Tumbling River Ranch is an amazing and very unique property.  There are only a few of what we call “private” lodging accommodations.  Everything else is considered “standard”.  You can see the total camp costs based on the two.  Also, the private room will be assigned on a first come first serve basis.  It’s really the only way. Otherwise,  when you pre register, we will give you the option of choosing a cabin or room from below or let the amazing owner Megan find something that suites your situation. It’s what she does!

About Tumbling River Ranch

Welcome to Tumbling River Ranch, an award-winning Colorado dude ranch and one of the top family resort ranches in the Rockies. With a superb location nestled in a secluded valley high in the Rocky Mountains, ours is a truly special place for kids, parents and grandparents to enjoy a one-of-a-kind family vacation at a Colorado ranch resort-the best ranch vacation for the entire family! We specialize in week long stays during the summer months and multi-night stays in the fall and spring. We operate from mid-May through the early winter.

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Lodging

The premises is full of unique cabins and retreats so we had to get creative when hosting a trail running camp.  Basically, there are two options.  We have a few private rooms for couples or small groups at one rate and the standard rate for everyone else.  When you register we will be taking your information to find the best fit like if you are traveling alone or with people amongst other things..  The accommodations are perfect for this camp. We know you will love them!

 

Ranch House:  4 bed/ 4 bath  

The Ranch House is a beautiful & historic accommodation and is perfect accommodation for a larger family.  The very top floor of the Ranch House holds the Scenic Suite.  

The Scenic Suite

(Private rates at $250/person/night for a solo and $175/person/night for a shared room in the Scenic Suite) 

The Scenic Suite is an incredible suite for mom & dad.  It offers luxury and privacy.  The bedroom has a king bed, a private bath and as you can guess from the name, the view is absolutely spectacular.  Off the bedroom is a large and private living room that houses a fireplace and a full wet bar.  This is a perfect area for family gatherings and relaxing after a full day of activities.  To reach this view and luxury, make sure stairs are not an issue!  

Deer, Fawn, and Elk Rooms

(These accommodations are $150/person/night as are all of the standard rooms.)

As you leave the Scenic suite, you walk down the stairs to the next landing where you will find a private door/hallway leading to the private bedrooms. These three rooms are called “Deer, Fawn & Elk.”  The Deer room also has a lovely view of the ranch, it has a queen bed, private bathroom and fireplace.  This is a European sized room, best for a teen or a child, but can be used by a couple.  The third and fourth bedrooms (“Fawn & Elk”) mirror each other.  Both have double (or full) beds, private bath rooms and fireplaces.  Again, European size rooms really best for children.  The Ranch House does have a front porch as well as a large living room on the next level down.

 

Hogan cabin: 2 bed/1 family bath. 

(These accommodations are $150/person/night as are all of the standard rooms.)

The Hogan is a newly remodel two bed/one bath cabin.  It has a king bed and fireplace in the first bedroom.  The second bedroom has two twin beds.  The stunner here is the family bathroom.  The bathroom is as large as the second bedroom.  This makes this cabin luxurious for a couple and perfectly capable of taking a family of four with younger aged kids.  It has a jetted soaking tub, a full stand up shower and an oversized vanity sink.  This cabin also boasts the largest outdoor porch.

 

Frenchman cabin: 2 bed/ 2 bath

(Private rates at $250/person/night  for a solo and $175/person/night for a shared room in either of these two) 

The Frenchman cabin is our largest 2 bedroom/2 bath cabin.  It is very light and bright with huge cathedral ceilings.  The “parents” side of the cabin (think two hotel rooms connected by an interior door) has a king bed, private bath, fireplace and a full living area.  The “kids” side, which connects through an interior door, has a king bed and two twin beds.  This side also has a private bath and fireplace.  Tumbling River is located in such a wonderfully unique place at 9200 feet in the mountains.  One of the way we took full advantage of those features is that each of our cabins have large outdoor porches that family gravitate towards.  So, our “living rooms” are really on the outside. 

 

Upper Chalet: 2 bed/ 2bath   

(These accommodations are $150/person/night as are all of the standard rooms.)

The Upper Chalet cabin is our only 2 bedroom/2 bath cabin that is elevated with a wonderful outdoor front porch which allows for beautiful mountain views.  This cabin is completely private and cannot access the Lower Chalet without going down the porch stairs.  It is very light and bright with large modern bathrooms.  The “parents” side of the cabin (think two hotel rooms connected by an interior door) has a king bed, private bath, fireplace and a sitting area.  The “kids” side, which connects through an interior door, has a king bed and a twin bed.  This side also has a private bath and fireplace.  This cabin is light and bright with a perfect location between the pool and corral…the best feature…the elevated front porch.  This gives the Upper Chalet great views from the front porch.

 

Lower Chalet: 2 bed/2 bath  

(These accommodations are $150/person/night as are all of the standard rooms.)

The Lower Chalet cabin is a true cozy 2 bedroom/2 bath cabin.  It has a lovely “log cabin feel” with tongue and grove walls and a beautiful rock fireplace.  The “parents” side of the cabin (think two hotel rooms connected by an interior door) has a king bed, private bath, fireplace and a sitting area.  The “parents” bathroom is two piece with a toilet closet and a soaking tub.  The “kids” side, which connects through an interior door, has a queen bed and a bunk bed.  This side also has a private bath and fireplace.  The location couldn’t be better here…close to the kid’s program meeting spot…the critter pen, close to the pool and the kids love the private front lawn in front.  Again, all of our cabins have large and comfortable front porches.

 

Tomahawk cabin:  3 bed/2 bath. 

(These accommodations are $150/person/night as are all of the standard rooms.)

The Tomahawk cabin is a favorite for large families.  It has three full bedrooms, two full baths and it is our only cabin with a full living room.  The master has a king bed, the first bedroom has a queen bed, and the final bedroom has three twin which gives the cabin the ability to sleep 7 comfortably.  The living room has a big rock fireplace and a huge bay window looking into the horse pasture.  Each bathroom is fully equipped, and this cabin even comes with a jetted soaking tub for mom.  Tomahawk has the added bonus of a big back porch overlooking our horse pasture.  Don’t be surprised if you have a horse whinnying in your window, or maybe even a donkey braying!

 

Bighorn cabin: 2 bed/2 bath

(These accommodations are $150/person/night as are all of the standard rooms.)

The Bighorn is special in many ways.  It matches the other           2 bed/2 bath cabins in the same pattern of “parent’s side and kid’s side.”  The parents side has a king bed, sitting area, private bath and fireplace; while the kids side has a king bed, a bunk bed with a full (or double) bed on the bottom and a twin bunk on the top. The kids side also has a fireplace and private bath.  The special part of the Bighorn is the two outside porches.  One is a back porch that overlooks “Tumbling River” and the front porch looks through the woods towards the pool.  This cabin is a Trip Advisor favorite!

 

The Pueblo House

(These accommodations are $150/person/night as are all of the standard rooms.)

The Pueblo House is truly a showplace that reflects a charm that can no longer be duplicated. It was built by the daughter of Adolph Coors as her mountain home in the late 1920’s/early 1930’s. The talents of the Indians from Taos were utilized in the construction and the carving of decorative beams. The Spanish-Indian decor is extraordinary.  The house has seven guest bedrooms, each with a fireplace and beautiful view.  Best to configure your family or family reunion in the suites.  The downstairs suite is a 3 bedroom/ 1 large family bath.  The master has a king and the other bedrooms have twin beds.  The two suites upstairs are 2 bed/ 1.5 bath and a 2 bed/ 1 bath.  Each of these suites has a king bed for couples and good privacy.  The house contains a dining room, a large living room with huge fireplace overlooking a pond (stocked with trout), game room and a sunny sitting room. The pueblo house is a perfect accommodation for a family gathering in fact, it stays booked throughout the summer with big families.  It is also a favorite accommodation for our returning guests.  The Pueblo House is booked almost each week, each summer with one large family.  For a family to take the entire Pueblo House, the family must be 15 members.

 

The Upper Floors of the Pueblo House (Geneva suites and Grey Wolf suites):  

(These accommodations are $150/person/night as are all of the standard rooms.)

The Pueblo House is truly a showplace that reflects a charm that can no longer be duplicated. It was built by the daughter of Adolph Coors as her mountain home in the late 1920’s/early 1930’s. The talents of the Indians from Taos were utilized in the construction and the carving of decorative beams. The Spanish-Indian decor is extraordinary.   The upper floors are made up of four bedrooms (two suites) and 2.5 baths.  The first bedroom is called Little Geneva and it has a queen bed, a twin bed and a fireplace.  The second bedroom in the Geneva suite, is Big Geneva.  It has a king bed, 2 twin beds and a fireplace.  Big Geneva has a powder bath off of the king bed and a full family bathroom off of the Little Geneva suite.  The second suite on is called Grey Wolf and Rosalie.  The Rosalie room has a queen bed and a twin bed.  The Grey Wolf room has a king and two twin beds.  The family bath for this suite is a Jack and Jill set-up in between each room.  Both Rosalie & Grey Wolf have fireplaces.

 

The 3-Mile Suite of the Pueblo House on the lower floor:

(These accommodations are $150/person/night as are all of the standard rooms.)

The Pueblo House is truly a showplace that reflects a charm that can no longer be duplicated. It was built by the daughter of Adolph Coors as her mountain home in the late 1920’s/early 1930’s. The talents of the Indians from Taos were utilized in the construction and the carving of decorative beams. The Spanish-Indian decor is extraordinary.   The only accommodation on the lower floor of the Pueblo House is called the 3-Mile Suite.  The suite is made up of three bedrooms and one large family bath.  The first bedroom is called 3-Mile and it has two twin beds and a fireplace.  The second bedroom is called Scott Gomer and has two twin beds and the final bedroom (Burning Bear) is the master with a king bed and a fireplace.  

 

The Sullivan cabin

(Private rates at $250/person/night for a solo and $175/person/night for a shared room in this cabin) 

(on the Pueblo House property) is our most precious and historic building on the ranch.  It was homestead in 1880 and the small entrance door will bring a smile to your face.  It may be historic on the outside, but the inside is as modern and comfortable as all the rest of our beautiful cabins. It is a one bedroom/one bathroom cabin with a large family bath, king bed and a beautiful front porch overlooking the Three Mile Creek.  The Sullivan cabin is just across Three Mile Creek from the Pueblo house.  It is often booked in conjunction with one family booking the Pueblo House.  In fact, most cases Grandma & Grandpa stay out there and come into the Pueblo House to hang with the family.  The Sullivan cabin is private, secluded and beautifully decorated.

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