|Teens (ages 12-17)||$2600|
|Children (ages 11-6)||$2500|
|Children (ages 5-3)||$2300|
|Children (ages 2 and under)||$1800 nanny program or $600 (ranch fees with no child care)|
The cost of the Sunday-to-Sunday stay includes accommodations (rooms have private baths and fireplaces), meals, facilities (heated pool, hot tubs), personalized horsemanship program, children’s programs, evening activities, guided hiking programs, shooting sports, fishing on our private ponds, vehicle trips, and the overnight pack-trip. The additional items that are not included are a 3.9% state sales tax, service charge (15%), white-water rafting ($81 per person), airport transfers ($400 round-trip for the entire family up to 6 people, more details here), massage therapy, exclusive guided fly fishing excursions with professional guides, evening babysitting (for children under 3 years old), and family portraits.
|Teens (ages 12-17)||$2250|
|Children (ages 11-6)||$2100|
|Children (ages 5-3)||$1950|
|Children (ages 2 and under)||$1150 nanny program or $600 (ranch fees with no child care)|
We offer 3-night, 4-night and 5-night packages for the first two weeks of June and late August. See the daily rate chart below. Please plan your shorter stays within our Sunday to Sunday structure.
|Children under 12||$300/night|
|Children under 6||$275/night|
|Children under 3||$50/night, babysitting is extra|
Arrive for morning activities or mid-afternoon. Depart before dinner on your check out day. What we do well is our 7 day, Sunday-to-Sunday program. However, we want to accommodate your family and help you enjoy your time at Tumbling River. We offer 3, 4 & 5 nights’ stays. Please note that if you are coming to the ranch for a partial week stay, we still operate in our weekly program and we cannot change our weekly schedule. We will do our best to help you book activities with our vendors on different days, but this would be on your own. For example, if you want to take our white-water rafting trip, which we offer on Wednesdays, but you can only take it on Thursday; we will help plan anyway that we can, but this trip would need to be done on your own. Partial stays also require guests to rent a car or find another source for transportation, as we only offer our shuttle services on Sundays.
Most importantly, we recommend that you begin your stay on Sunday. Arriving on Sunday allows your family to meet other guests and participate in our orientation on Sunday evening. In any event, your partial stay must fall within the Sunday to Sunday structure (meaning a weekend stay is not an option). Please don’t hesitate to call with any questions.
Please note your guests’ responsibilities: all guests will be required to follow the ranch rules and guidelines, safety policies and procedures. We require all riders to sign a Participant Assumption of Risk before arrival or upon arrival. We appreciate and prefer payment by check, but we also take MasterCard, Visa and American Express.
Tumbling River Ranch is an equal opportunity employer and operates under special use permit from The Pike National Forest. Sorry, we are not able to accommodate your pets.
Please feel free to call us at the ranch 1-800-654-8770 or email us
firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions regarding our summer week-long stays, our spring and fall shorter stays or for information on private retreats.
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.