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Starting at $250 per person per night
Sedalia, Douglas County, Colorado, United States
Starting at $250 per person per night
Lost Valley Ranch provides western comfort in the style of Levi Luxury. Sing around the campfire and scoot your boots at the square dance. Young and old alike can soak up the sun in the heated swimming pool, ride the range, or fish for trophy trout. The accommodations can be described as rustic luxury with peaceful surroundings. Sit back, relax, ride the trails, and experience an amazing brand of western hospitality!
Unique Features: Lost Valley Ranch is an all-inclusive AAA Four Diamond Resort located in the front range of Colorado. Dude ranch rates cover your lodging, all your meals at the ranch, guided horseback riding, use of the facilities, special evening programming, and access to 26,000 acres of Pike National Forest.
Accommodations: All 23 of the secluded Colorado cabins are nestled in the pines overlooking the ranch and feature shaded porches with lounge swings. Many of the guest ranch cabins also feature multiple bathrooms and some even have their own Jacuzzi tubs. The inviting one-, two- and three-bedroom cabins are decked out in traditional western and designer furnishings with extra comforts thrown in for good measure.
As Suite As It Gets: When money is no object, go for the Three-Bedroom Suites. They feature separate living rooms with fireplaces (wood is delivered daily), and are made-up everyday by dedicated staff. Inside your cabin you’ll also discover a range of modern conveniences including king-sized beds, mini-refrigerators, Keurig coffeemakers and plenty of oversized towels.
Dining: Meals are served up fresh and cooked to order from talented chefs, with a focus on healthy, well-balanced meals that are big on taste and cater to a variety of dietary preferences. Most meals are served in the main dining room, but you’ll be delighted to discover how lunch in a meadow, breakfast on a mountaintop or a sack lunch from your saddlebag can make good food taste even better.
Activities: Saddle up with professional wranglers for an afternoon of horseback riding, soak up the sun by the heated swimming pool or learn the ways of the cowboy by helping the wranglers with their daily chores. They also have two all-weather tennis courts on-site, trap shooting, archery, rodeos, guided hiking adventures and family-friendly evening entertainment. Lost Valley also offers plenty of time to just relax with a book, do a puzzle or stroll along Goose Creek.
Spa & Fitness: Scheduled by appointment and performed in the privacy of your cabin by a fully licensed therapist.
Location: The ranch is just 90 minutes from Colorado Springs, but it’s the trip’s last nine miles you will remember forever. That’s where the pavement ends and your adventure begins. Half the fun in getting to the ranch is changing your pace; leaving the concrete world behind and learning to watch for wildlife, smelling the fresh mountain air and reveling in the splendor of the majestic Rocky Mountains.
Closest Airport: Colorado Springs is 90 minutes and Denver is two hours.
Children’s Programs: Lost Valley Ranch offers children the incredible opportunity to learn the ways of the cowboy and experience life on an authentic Colorado horse and cattle ranch. They offer a variety of fun activities and outdoor adventures separated by age groups and supervised by a team of hand-selected supervisors. Each is Red Cross First Aid certified and well versed in the ins and outs of life on the ranch.
Pet Friendly: No, unfortunately pets are not allowed.
Weddings: Yes, it’s an excellent choice for a beautiful wedding.
Meetings: In addition to the unique Brand of Western Hospitality, comfortable cabins and delicious home cooking, you’ll find unique Colorado meeting venues and family-friendly activities sure to please every member of your group. The all-inclusive rates make event planning a breeze, and take care of all of your group’s meals along with down time activities like horseback riding, tennis, trap shooting, and fishing.
Extra Info: The story of Lost Valley Ranch begins in the late 1800s, just as the West was starting to stir the imaginations and ambitions of gold rush miners looking to make their fortunes on the frontier. Once the need to feed these miners became apparent, places like Lost Valley Ranch became necessary to supply the demands for beef that increased with the number of people who populated the central mountains of Colorado.