Revival of Cabin Fever Daze in Creede, Colorado

March 19th, 2014 by 4URRanch

Over the Valentine’s / President’s Day weekend, Creede resurrected an old festival with a new twist: Cabin Fever Daze. (Event Page) A Valentine’s Dance at the Elk’s lodge started off the weekend, with music by the Rifters  (with special guest, Tish Hinojosa), and ended with local band, MoJones, playing at the Tommyknocker Tavern. The Creede … Read More

Dreaming of Fish

November 20th, 2010 by 4URRanch

As winter sets in here at our Creede Colorado Dude Ranch, we find ourselves dreaming of fish. Brown Trout and Rainbow Trout swim through the Goose Creek of our dreams. Big old Cutthroats explore the waters of high mountain streams. We wake up smiling. Wherever you are, whatever you’re doing, take a moment to remember … Read More

The Ideal Horseback Riding Holiday

August 17th, 2010 by 4URRanch

Do you dream of riding horses? If so, a week at our Colorado dude ranch will make your dream a reality. Whether you have never been near a horse or grew up riding every day, you’ll find your Dude Ranch Vacation to be an unforgettable experience. Our wranglers, lead by Damon Gibbons, will educate you … Read More

Rio Grande Golf Club

May 28th, 2010 by 4URRanch

About 13 miles from our Colorado dude ranch is the renowned Rio Grande Golf Club. Take scenic roads weaving through the stunning Southern Colorado landscape to one of Colorado’s newest championship 18-hole courses. If a round on the green is your cup of tea, Rio Grande serves up an award winning combination of sandstone outcroppings, … Read More

Creede CO Area Map

May 20th, 2010 by 4URRanch

Hello to all of you! We are really getting into the swing of things here. It is only a few more weeks until we start hosting Dude Ranch vacations in the lush valley of Goose Creek. In preparation for all the great new and returning guests, I thought it would be a good time to … Read More

Horseback Riding Vacations in Southern Colorado

October 27th, 2009 by 4URRanch

We were glad that the grasses were high this summer, and the spring was wet. This helps us keep the horses happy and healthy all year long. When the horses can supplement their usual diet with natural-grown grasses in the valley, this makes it easier to keep them well through the cold winters up here. … Read More