Fall has begun at Tumbling River Ranch. It is a wonderful time to be in the mountains and enjoy some peace and laid-back relaxation. If you are interested in a fall stay at Tumbling River, please read the following information and contact us with any questions.
The Fall Rates below coincide with the late August and September fall season. Fall is still “dude season,” with horseback trail rides, shooting sports, guided hiking, and other adventures. However, the fall does has a different feel than our full, summer season. We do not have children’s programs, airport transfers, and we only offer select evening activities; our overnight pack trip is unavailable during the fall. White water rafting is only available through the Labor Day weekend if the conditions allow. The fall season is about relaxing in the mountains, lots of horseback riding, enjoying the hot tub, bar, and some guided hiking. If you are looking for more family-oriented action and a breakfast-to-dinner schedule of activities, the summer season is a much better fit.
Bed and Breakfast weekends (October and November):
The months of October and early November are Bed and Breakfast only. These Bed and Breakfast stays provide guests with a beautiful cabin with a fireplace and a private bath, three excellent meals a day, access to our full bar, access to our coffee station and Rec Hall building, as well as a hot tub, all while enjoying the cool autumn weather and changing leaves. There are no activities offered from the ranch at this time. Guests will spend their days hiking on their own, fishing in the area, sightseeing, or indulging in whatever passion brought them to the mountains. Tumbling River is a great location for many fall experiences. Bed and breakfast guest will need to provide their own transportation.
The bed and breakfast rates are $250 per night for a one bedroom/one bath cabin. These rates do not include CO state sales tax (3.9%) or any gratuities.
Tumbling River also offers:
Adult only weeks
Wedding and events
Please feel free to call the ranch with questions about the different opportunities we can offer. Enjoy our cozy cabin lodging with wood burning fireplaces, three excellent meals a day, access to our hot tubs, lawn games, Pioneer Hall (game room), and our full bar. Tumbling River’s location give you incredible access to great hiking in Pike National Forest, fishing opportunities along the North Fork of the South Platte, or the Tarryall river system, or an easy hour drive to the Mountain Princeton Hot Springs.
We will quote prices based on your needs and interests. Our fall capacity is 35 guests, with a 3:00 p.m. check-in, 9:00 a.m. check-out. Rates do not include 3.9% state sales tax or a 15% service charge. We accept cash, personal checks, traveler’s checks, Visa MasterCard, and American Express.
We left our families, work schedules and comfort zones at home to go on a group adventure. Thirteen (middle-aged) girlfriends joined in the fun; we checked ‘dude ranch adventures’ off our bucket lists and channeled our inner cowgirls!
President, Conlin Travel
At Conlin Travel, we book many family and multigenerational family vacations. I can say, without hesitation and to the person, families we sent to Tumbling River Ranch come back saying it was the best family vacation they have ever had. When children are happy, parents are happy, and that’s guaranteed to happen at Tumbling River Ranch.
I wish I didn't have to leave! Tumbling River Ranch is such a special place. Our main focus was to get to ride while at TRR and we were taken on the most amazing rides I have ever been on. The scenery will forever be etched in my mind. The wranglers do an amazing job of taking care of all levels of riders and make the trail rides so fun as well as breathtaking. I highly recommend the overnight pack trip- it was a highlight! I could go on and on....I will just say it is a place you need to go and experience for yourself and you will be so happy you did. I hope to go back again!
Chief of Wilderness Stewardship, National Park Service
In September of 2016 I coordinated a 4 day wilderness stewardship training session at Tumbling River Ranch for 24 National Park Service personnel. Our group was extremely impressed with all aspects of TRR, including the conference faciliites, quality food, comfortable and economical lodging, friendly and competent staff, and Megan and Scott's hospitality and attention to sevice. The serene location at the foot of the Mount Evans Wilderness in the Colorado high country served as the perfect venue to meet our training objectives. I hope to host another training session at TRR someday in the future.