Published: 2/4/2013 8:09:24 AM
Drowsy Water Ranch through their various awards on Trip Advisor has developed a reputation for quality guest ranch vacations. Situated in Granby, Colorado, otherwise known as the “Centennial State” because of its entrance into the Union in 1876, has a rich ranching history. For over 70 years this 700 acre ranch, nestled in its own private mountain valley, has provided guests from around the world with authentic western guest ranch vacations. Under the same ownership since 1977, the Fosha's Drowsy Water Ranch is the ideal vacation spot for parents, grandparents and children alike with many programs for children from infants to teenagers. There are also plenty of activities for adults. Singles and couples are always welcome too! Guest ranch activities at the Drowsy Water Ranch include a complete program of horseback riding, rafting trips, swimming, horseshoes, trout fishing, western dancing, guided hikes, mountain biking, zip line course, song fests, campfires, hayrides, carnival, evening entertainment, gymkhana rodeos, children's programs, nearby golf, hunting and much more!
Accommodations at Drowsy Water Ranch include one, two, three, and four bedroom furnished cabins, some of which are ideal for larger families and groups. Cabins and Lodge guest rooms have all been remodelled and refurbished. Special note: Guest accommodations do not have televisions or phones. Most meals at Drowsy Water Ranch are served family style in the dining room, but the outdoor meals will be the highlights of your stay. Imagine breakfast on a mountain top, open hearth barbecue, chuck wagon lunches, and much more. Everything at the dude ranch is made from scratch, even the bread and pastries—mmmmm! Be sure to let your hosts know in advance about any special dietary requirements and they will try their best to accommodate your needs.
The Fosha’s and their staff invite you come and experience a western guest ranch vacation of a lifetime Come explore the wilderness, ride horses, and getaway at this outdoor retreat.
Happy Trails!, RanchSeeker