It’s never too early to start planning your next vacation! The Dude Ranchers’ Association has daydream-worthy guest ranches across the nation, including these 9 DRA ranches. Several are even accepting reservations!
While summer travel may be a little different in 2020, there’s plenty of time to sit back, relax, and imagine yourself at these 9 DRA ranches:
The Hideout Lodge & Guest Ranch
Alisal Guest Ranch & Resort
Hubbard’s Six Quarter Circle Ranch
Hubbard’s Ranch offers daily cattle work, a relaxing spa, and luxury accommodations. The ranch boasts 25 miles of wilderness and riding trails; you can ride all day if you so choose!
Greenhorn Ranch offers truly all-inclusive premier guest ranch experience. The ranch is located in Quincy, California, and has beautiful Western accommodations and activities, including trail riding, rodeos, skeet shooting, fly fishing, and archery.
Quincy, CA • (530) 283-0930
C Lazy U Ranch
C Lazy U Ranch is the only Colorado resort and one of three resorts in the United States to be in the top 50 Resorts in the world in the Condé Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice Awards. The ranch has riding, fishing, cattle pushing, swimming, and plenty more fun summer activities.
Blacktail Ranch has Montana adult vacation packages offering exceptional horseback riding and fishing. It’s a beautiful mountain working ranch with a flexible riding schedule, cattle work and river adventures!
Elkhorn Ranch – AZ
Individually tailored horseback riding and guided hiking for all levels of experience in mountain and desert country. Enjoy Arizona sunshine at a ranch that embraces solo travelers, couples and families
Hunewill Guest Ranch
Hunewill Ranch features riding for all levels, satisfying meals, cozy cabins, beautiful scenery, prime fishing, friendly staff, rich history & engaging evening activities. They even have special summer vacation packages like Heart of the Season, Fourth of July, and Midsummer Ranch Escape.
However far you plan to roam this summer, it can’t hurt to picture yourself at these 9 DRA ranches! Learn more and plan your next trip at duderanch.org.