Far More Than a Room and Oh What a View!
Booking your vacation for an all inclusive family adventure at Colorado Trails Ranch is like discovering you have located a home away from home. The guest ranch cabins are comfortable, and beautifully decorated with a casual luxury. Once here, you may find that like all other guests, it’s hard to tear yourself away… from the gorgeous surroundings, the fun loving ranch family and this new found freedom.
The cabins included in our adventure vacation packages feature private baths for each bedroom, daily housekeeping, and inviting porches just right for watching the sunset or visiting with new friends. The view from the cabins is incredible, a panoramic display of our awesome mountains and clear night sky. The stars really do seem within reach here.
At Colorado Trails Ranch, we have the right assortment of cabins to match all sizes and types of families, groups and couples or singles. Below, you'll find a description of our various cabins. If you have any questions about our cabin accommodations, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We’ll be able to put together just the right lodging to match your vacation needs on our dude ranch.
The Alpine Cabins are made up of two rooms. Each has a bathroom with a tiled stall shower, private entrance, and a porch. These cabins can come with double, single, and/or bunk bed options. The type of beds and use of the space depends on the size and needs of the family or people staying here. These are excellent for single guests, couples, or single moms with kids occupying one side. They can also nicely accommodate a family to occupy the entire space.
The Tree House Cabin is a duplex unit that contains a total number of four bedrooms. Each side has its own porch and two adjoining bedrooms; one with a king-sized bed and the other containing twin beds. Each room has a its own entrance and private bathroom with tub/shower.
The Country Cabins are comprised of duplex units with a shared porch area, separate entrances, and a total number of four bedrooms and bathrooms. Each side or section of the Country Cabin is a suite with the main room featuring a king bed and bathroom with a tub/shower. The connecting room contains two sets of bunk beds, or a twin bed and bunk bed, as well as its own bathroom that has a tiled stall shower.
The Longview Cabin includes a living room with a pull-out couch. This cabin also includes a king-sized bed, bathroom with a tub/shower, and porch.
The Birdhouse, built in 2013, is a handicapped accessible cabin with two bedrooms and a central living room. One bedroom has a king bed. The other bedroom has a queen bed and a twin bed. Each bedroom has its own covered sitting porch (entrances from the living room and bedrooms) and bathroom.
The Fish Pond, built in 2014, has two bedrooms and a central living room. One bedroom has a king bed. The other bedroom has a double bed and a set of single bunk beds. Each bedroom has a private bathroom. The cabin has two covered porches on either side of the cabin.
The Lake Cabin and the Mountain Cabin, built in 2013, are both duplex units with large covered porches on two sides, separate entrances and a total of four bedrooms and bathrooms. Each side or section of the cabin has a main room with a king bed and bathroom with a tub/shower. The other room has a double bunk and a single bunk (or a double bed and a set of single bunks) and a bathroom with a tiled stall shower. The Lake Cabin has a large living room for all four bedrooms (ideal for family gatherings). The Mountain cabin has a living room for each two bedrooms.
The Storm Shelter, built in 2014, has three bedrooms and a central living room. One bedroom has a king bed, one has two double beds and one has a double bed and a single set of bunks. Each bedroom has a private bathroom. There are two covered porches on either side of the cabin.