Bird watching, hiking, star gazing, camping, fishing, horse shoes, corn hole, biking, relaxation, meditation, meals, fresh air, indoor pool and sauna, outdoor hot tub, wildlife observation.
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
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Indoor pool out door hot tub
10 per person who swims
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
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Wind farm adventure!
Spring Canyon Ranch was a fun stop on our adventure. We enjoyed the remoteness and option to choose a perfect location to set up camp. The area was nice and quiet except that rainbow producing hail storm that popped up. Super cool! We took advantage of the kitchen for cooking with there being a fire ban in effect. Would love to stay again!
I did not have access to the facilities listed on HipCamp (toilet, kitchen, shower, WiFi). Seemed to me the owner has barely gotten things rolling. I could have camped for free elsewhere in Pawnee.
The camp sites were secluded but completely undeveloped:: no picnic tables, no fire rings, no water, no restrooms, and, pitching our tent, we cleared the ground of cow pies. The next night we stayed at another HipCamp location with all the amenities missing here, and at half the price.
On the plus side, we did have the use of showers, bathroom and kitchen in the “ arena” exactly one mile away from the camp site and were welcomed by friendly and helpful hosts.
A great experience
We just left our camp at Spring Canyon Ranch while overlanding in CO and WY. Janet was helpful in letting us pick our campsite for two nights. We thoroughly enjoyed the hospitality and privilege to stay at this Ranch. We used both vehicles and a ground tent for shelter with ease along the ridge line. Showers and bathrooms were available as well as a kitchen. Our first night was perfect with minimal wind and clear skies. Local wildlife is in abundance and great to see (pronghorns, deer, horses, coyotes, and of course cattle). The second night was overcast and some wind but nothing an experienced camper/overlander would consider difficult. Overall an amazing location with great people and the opportunity to see a real ranch in action. We loved our experience here and look forward to more visits.
We had a wonderful walk down the corridor of ancient cottonwoods and willows when we arrived at our camping area, even with incredibly gusty winds - a bonafide grasslands experience. The ranch is in the middle of a wind farm, with giant turbines surrounding you. The shower/bathroom building is kept beautifully warm and taking a shower in the morning was fantastic after being on the road a few days.
We had a difficult time finding the ranch, as the directions weren't clear. Raymer actually doesn't exist - but New Raymer does, and this is what we needed to put into our GPS. And because we came from the south, we didn't know we needed to get onto 71N to find CR132. We were told that they had just begun Hipcamp 2 months ago, and were fine tuning their communications, so it will probably get clearer.
We had a lovely time at the ranch. The ranch hand Janet was there to assist us, and we ended up setting up camp under some shady trees nearby the cabins. We fished in the pond, had fun at the pool, enjoyed the hot tub, hiked around the caves, and always found the kitchen and restrooms clean when we needed them. Janet’s dog Nelly was so sweet and friendly. We came with our five-year-old and she had a blast. Highly recommend this quiet spot!