At the ranch, accommodations are plentiful. See this overview and then choose from many houses, cabins, tents and privates.

The Guest House

Eight bedrooms offer a combination of luxury suites, deluxe guest rooms with private baths, and rooms with shared baths. Find a full kitchen, screened reading porch, great room and recreation room with a gaming table, western antiques, flat-screen satellite TV, DVD player, WIFI, a stone fireplace and pool table.

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The Pond House

The five-bedroom house offers a master suite, deluxe guest suites, rooms with shared baths, a full kitchen, a great room, a screened sunroom, and a private trout pond in your front yard. A flat-screen satellite TV, DVD player, and WIFI are there for you to enjoy.

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Forshay Cabin

Located up valley, the two-bedroom, two-bath Forshay log cabin complete with kitchen, living room and dining room, offers all the creature comforts and an awesome view. Next door is a two-bedroom, one-bathroom cabin that is perfect for the kids and adventurous at heart.

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Homestead House

An early 1900s homestead with a creek and two trout-filled ponds just off the porch. The 3-bedroom cabin has a dining room, kitchen, reading room, and 3 baths. A kennel for Fido is just outside.

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Castle Rock Camp

Our Kimball Creek lodging features an upscale safari-tent experience for up to 10 guests. Tents come complete with a king bed or two twins, dresser, and a heater to take the chill off the evening air. You will have your own private locked luxury bathroom with stone shower, closet, and safe. Enjoy a fine dinner and bottle of wine in the nearby 2,800 square foot lodge. You can watch millions of stars at night with the sound of Kimball Creek in the background. Bookings for our Castle Rock Camp go fast and have a required minimum of 8 guests so check your calendars now.

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McKay Fork

Originally an authentic turn-of-the-century camp for cowboys, McKay Fork offers 5 bedrooms. The main house includes a master suite with bath, galley kitchen, living room, and enclosed porch. Next door are a two-bedroom cabin, a two-level cabin, and a bathhouse with two additional full baths. Just outside is a covered outdoor pavilion with dining area, complete with a fire pit that our staff is happy to attend to.

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The High Lonesome Ranch properties also include the K-T Ranch in Meeker, Colorado.

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Turkey hunt & early spring fishing

Where the girls go, the boys will be close behind! Spring Cast & Blast is here at its best – turkey season coincides with early spring fishing for hungry trout. Yes, it’s turkey time. Combine that with early spring fishing and you’ve got yourself a winner. Book now for this great fun event that runs […]
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Good Friends. Good Times. Relax, Refresh, Renew Your Soul

Join Buzz & Rose Cox at the K-T this summer for a reunion of past guests July 29-August 3.  This summer we welcome back our former ranch hosts, Buzz and Rose Cox for an enjoyable 5-night/4-day trip where guests are encouraged to join in during the fabulous “hopper” season. Our baby sister ranch, the K-T […]
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Fly Fishing Expeditions at the High Lonesome Ranch

Explore the diversity around the main ranch and be inspired by some of our big beautiful neighborhood. Imagine creating a fly-fishing adventure designed to fit your individual needs and desires. Now it’s possible. In 2014 the Ranch introduced its new Expeditions Program. When it comes to fly-fishing and wing shooting for individual sportsmen and families […]
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Role of private landowners in species conservation

New plan recognizes role of private landowners in species conservation.
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The mission statement for the High Lonesome describes a "model of sustainability" that preserves stewardship of a large western landscape, maintains biodiversity and ecological connectivity, enhances the lives of wildlife and fish, and preserves and restores degraded habitat while allowing a mix of uses - primarily ranching, recreation, and research.