You can find critical family vacation reviews of our dude ranch at TripAdvisor’s Sundance Trail Guest & Dude Ranch
This is our on-line guest book – much like the one in the parlor.
We would love it if you would add a Family Dude Ranch Vacation or Bed and Breakfast memory or two to this guest book. What do you remember about your Summer Dude Ranch or Bed and Breakfast stay with us? What is your best memory? Click here to add your memories.
Hi Dan, Ellen and wranglers,
Sorry we missed you to say see you later out on the dusty, windy trail Dan, Nanci and I watched your All about horses instructional video.
Sorry to say Dan, but you were upstaged by some of your horses!
Learned a lot – good job.
We enjoyed our stay – good conversation, life stories and a good
dinner (Nanci and I both like the dinner AND the brussel sprouts.
Thanks for hosting us. We had a great time. Thanks to the wranglers
Paul and Nanci
My wife and I just spent our 3rd week at Sundance Trail. We’ve been to the ranch 3 different summer vacations.
We enjoyed riding the horses, mingling with the wranglers, and meeting others from around the world.
Dan, Ellen, and their help are wonderful people that enjoy helping the guests make their visit special.
We are already looking forward to going back for a 4th visit. It is the most relaxing vacation anybody could ever have, and we know we won’t be disappointed.
Tony and Ellen Sletten (firstname.lastname@example.org) on Tuesday, August 10, 2010
So, my husband and I had our anniversary coming up at the beginning of this past April. As with most other people, we really didn’t have a lot of money to spend on going on a big trip like we like to do. He is usually the one to make trip arrangements, and it’s often a surprise to me where we’re going. This year, I was told we were going to a dude ranch.
At the moment of his telling me this news, I don’t think that I would have wanted to be on the receiving end of my dirty look. I can give some nasty ones without thinking about it. I had thought about this look and knew just the one I wanted to give, and I did: eyebrows raised and eyes squinted, half of my mouth turned up unnaturally at the corner. I think I hurt my husband’s feelings.
I’m allergic to horses. When I carry hay, I get hives. I’m a whimp. On top of all that, I don’t do well with being dirty. I live in Colorado, and I don’t like dirt. I’m from Texas, and I don’t like dirt. I grew up around horses off and on, and they still make me sneeze. I can ride alright, but it’s not my favorite pastime.
So off we headed to the Sundance Trail Guest Ranch in Red Feather Lakes, Colorado, not too far from Fort Collins, and about a two hour drive from Denver International Airport. We were the only guests there at the ranch in the beginning of April, so we had the place to ourselves. Once I walked into our room, which was more like a massive suite with a fireplace and rocking chairs and a beautiful view, I knew I was going to be alright. The summer activities hadn’t started just yet, and the atmosphere was pretty relaxed.
We played pool in the recreation barn, where there’s lots of movies, games, couches, and foosball to keep anyone entertained, drank tea out on the sprawling deck in front of the main house, and sat in the hot tub with snow around us on the ground. The owners were very accommodating of our somewhat restricted diet, and I even got a birthday cake with strawberries on top like I wanted, and the staff made us anniversary cake made, too! The wranglers were very laid back, and we all ate delicious meals together for a couple of days. I’m an incredibly picky eater (surprise, surprise), and I never once went hungry. In fact, I ate way too much.
Sundance Trail Guest Ranch only accepts a maximum of 24 people, so the family atmosphere we experienced is the norm all year long. Guests can bring their dogs with them, and also their own horses to ride on the beautiful mountain trails near the national forest. I never really knew I was on a trail while we were riding as we were back off in the mountains pretty far. The wranglers really know their way around, and the wrangler’s dog that accompanied us on every ride had the best time traipsing along beside us and exploring the forest every once in a while.
During the spring, fall, and winter, the guest ranch turns into a bed and breakfast, and there are even murder mystery weekends to enjoy. In the summer, activities range from campfire songs, to professional rock climbing courses, white water rafting, fishing, target shooting, and hiking, with lots of other engaging options in between.
On my anniversary, I got dirty, sneezed a little on my horse, and I had the greatest two days I’ve had in a long time at the Sundance Trail Guest Ranch. The price for everything was incredibly reasonable, and I can’t wait to go back!
Sundance Trail Guest Ranch in Red Feather Lakes, Colorado
June 05, 2009 by Leyla Norman
I was fortunate enough to have the privilege to work under Dan and Ellen for two wonderful summers. I have so many found memories of the ranch and the guests, who became family to me. Dan and Ellen really pick staff members that a blend together to become one big family and that is what my summers there felt like.
Every once in a while I catch myself day dreaming in my office about my two summers there. I love remembering Thursday nights when Willy would come and play his guitar or Friday nights when poems were read and jokes told; my favorite part was sharing memories of the past week. Friday nights were kind of bitter sweet because I new this wonderful group of people, who became a part of my family, would be leaving the next morning.
I was lucky because I worked for Dan and Ellen for two summers so I was able to see returning families come back again. Dan and Ellen really make the ranch a magical place to visit but also to work at.
I now have a family of my own and a full time job and I can’t wait until my children are old enough to enjoy the ranch because my family will participate in a week long vacationwith Dan and Ellen and the wonderful/privileged staff they have working with them.
Rifka Cooper on Friday, May 25, 2007 at 18:08:33
Our family reunion was the best trip that I can rember having.
It is the first time that I have come home from vacation feeling refreshed and relaxed.
All the memories that I have our wonderfull. From our hike up Boyscout the first night. To being a liitle scared of of Tiny the second day. Loving Tiny by the last day.
Marshmellows on the last night.
You have a wonderfull staff. We very much enjoyed our week stay with you.
Thank you once again.
Tell the staff and Tiny that I say Hello.
Thank you again
Dan, Robin and Trevor Curts
Sunday, June 25, 2006
Dear Dan and Ellen,
My family and I had the most wonderfull time at the ranch. Our family reunion was one that I will never forget.
Your staff is so nice and caring. I have not one complaint about our stay with you.
Say hello to everyone there from Robin,Dan and ofcourse Trevor Curts.
One more thing could you have Drew give Tiny a nose nugde from me.
Thank you once again
June 25, 2006
Dan and Ellen.
Now that we have been home for 4 days we have been able to settle down and take stock of all we did and all we saw.
The gang; Wranglers, cooks, management, visitors, four legged individuals including a couple of goats, were part of the party that took up 6 days of enjoyment.
Riding, hiking, walking,[ shooting, guns, and arrows] and eating filled our days and made our stay a very pleasurable one.
Thanks to you two and your staff we were treated with kid gloves and lots of hugs and we will never forget Sundance.
Thanks again and best of times for both of you.
Give our best regards to all the staff and management.
Bud and Sherry Beattie
June 23, 2006
Dearest Ellen and Dan,
We have traveled to many places, near and far. Our family has rafted many rivers for 7 days and camped along the shores for those 7 days. we have snorkled in Honduras and sea kayaked in Mexico. We have hiked at the Grand Canyon and crabbed in Maryland. We have skied , snowboarded, played with monkeys and hiked Mayan Ruins. All of these adventures have been amazing family experiences.
Our FAVORITE family vacation, which we have experienced 4 times already and will return to again this month, is the week we spend with you all at the Sundance Trail Ranch.
Our first time to the ranch was a Thanksgiving weekend. We fell in love with you both, your staff, your resident dogs and cats and goats and horses.
Our kids love their freedom and the black powder shooting. They love the hot chocolate and hot apple cider.
They played marbles in the sand with new friends. They laugh a lot with your kid wranglers and they like the baby kittens hiding under the porches.
Brian and I feel so relaxed for 6 days. We totally enjoy NOT cooking, NOT cleaning or planning or having to think about our day or our kiddos.
The rafting and the relaxing and the reading and meeting new friends is a very pleasurable way to spend our week. The hikes and mountain biking keep us feeling fit and make up for all of the good eatin’ we do.
This will be our 4th summer vacation with you all, and we can’t wait to be with you.
Thanks for providing a safe haven for our kids and a family vacation that we all look forward to year after year.
Stacey,Brian, Madison and Sidney
Fort Collins, CO
Tuesday, June 6, 2006
I loved how encouraging and accommodating the staff was during our bed and breakfast stay.
They were supportive in teaching us during whatever activities we wanted to try, and were so flexible.
The food was amazing, and by the end of our stay we were jumping up and running at the sound of the dinner bell!
Thanks so much for a relaxing, yet adventurous vacation.
Friday, May 5, 2006
Spring Break 2006
We had a wonderful time!! The snow was an added suprise!!
We’ve decided that Sundance will become our annual spring break vacation.
It’s a pleasure to finally see people living their dreams!!
Tell Leo hello from Jeremy.
Penny and Roy
Monday, March 20, 2006
Dear Dan and Ellen,
It’s been several years since we visited your ranch. Since then we have gone to other ranches, and although we’ve enjoyed each of these, Yours is the BEST!
If you can remember the first time we came out, I was quite afraid to get on one of those four legged beasts you call horses, and insisted on Woody. Within just a few days not only was I comfortable riding this gentle horse, but came back the following year to continue our first adventure. Your staff makes all the difference. The other ranches we’ve been to don’t seem to care as much about the saftey of their clients or the horses. And you do a much better job of screening your help to make it enjoyable for everybody.
And the food, yours beat the others hands down!!! Andyou gave the adults a night to themselves by taking all the kids out for the sleepover….that was a wonderful feature.
Miss your ranch, and I hope we can come back in the next year or so.
Karen Wyman (and Bill and Sean) from Bethel Park PA, on Friday, December 9, 2005
Hi Ellen and Dan,
I want to say this was one of the best vacations I have ever had. Thank you for such a fulfilling and memorable week on your beautiful ranch.
I miss the ranch, the morning rides, the hikes, the views, the rest when you wanted it, the incredible food but most of all your staff. Rocky, Alijosh, Pete, Andy, Jim and especially you Ellen.
Thanks for taking such good care of us.
I will never forget riding my horse Sage and seeing all the beautiful countryside on horseback, the picnic lunches while riding, Lynn’s unscheduled dismount from Fudge, the abundant, healthy, home cooked meals, fabulous deserts, the delicious coffee, the goats getting into the parlor, the goats sitting on the backs of the donkeys, the 3 beautiful kittens which helped all of us from missing our own cats, the Western poetry night with roasted marshmallows, Rocky’s jamming session with us on our last night and just so many laughs and good times. We were all so well taken care of.
You have a very special place that I know we will all be coming back to. I am planning on coming back next year.
Thank you for the memories.
Ellen, Dan & the gang
It is Monday & back at work !!!!!
Ten years I had waited for this type of vacation & it was over in a flash & it met my every expectation. Ian is still going on about those bloomin bears !!!! say a big HI to Rocky, Jim & we are missing Peter’s cooking already !!!!!
We have already received some photos from Laurie & that disc was brilliant. We can’t thank you or express enough what a great time we had & we are trying to work out when we can come again. I know it wont be the same with the great company we shared with all that were there but I am sure yourself & Dan would still make it very enjoyable.
I hope Jim gave Artimis a good rest & can you get him to give her a huge pat from me & I am looking forward to seeing the photos when she has her foal.
Missing Colorado already
Liz & Ian
All of us are in agreement that this was the absolute best family vacation we have ever had, and we are thrilled to have come during “Dog Week,” as well as Jay’s birthday week. Ha! Great new friends, beautiful scenery, wonderful horses all added up to a wonderful family vacation.
We were planning to go to DisneyWorld next year for Nick’s 10th birthday, but he refuses to entertain the idea any longer, as he only wants to return to Sundance Trail to be with Bucky, except he wants to stay 2 weeks, instead of just one.
Thank you all for a most unforgettable family experience! We are blessed to enjoy an annual family vacation, and the memories we have from Sundance will be treasured by all of us.
Love to all, especially Thomas, Clyde, Bucky & Doc!
The Czar Family–Jay, Dineen, Nick & Polly
This past Christmas we wanted to give our daughters a nontraditional present that they would remember for their life time. So we decided on a trip to a dude ranch for a week as their present. As a family, we researched dude ranches and found that Sundance Trails had everything we were looking for in a vacation. Between December and June, the girls’ excitement about the vacation built and we began to worry a bit about their high expectations for the week.
From the minute we arrived at the ranch, saw the horses grazing gracefully in the pine-tree-lined meadow and were greeted by Jack and Hotshot (the dogs), the four kittens, and the wranglers, we knew that we had nothing to worry about.
Our 10 year old daughter enjoyed her week playing with the kittens, riding her horse Cheyenne, joking around with the wranglers and sitting on the porch reading her book. Her favorite memory was watching wranglers Jim and Josh ride the stick pony around the barrels at the rodeo games.
Our 7 year old daughter enjoyed the evening hikes, rock climbing, white water river rafting, feeding the chickens, bunnies and goats, and riding her horse, Fudge. We hardly saw our usually clingy daughter the whole week as she was having so much fun playing with the other children at the ranch and spending time with the kid’s wrangler, Sarah. She also thought the evening campfire was pretty cool when she got to play the wash board and is still singing “Grandma’s Feather Bed.”
Darryl’s favorite memories include not only shooting the 50 caliber black powder gun, but watching “the wife” lunge backwards when shooting it. He also enjoyed trying his hand at skeet shooting. He will also remember the help his horse, Clyde, tried to give him with the video camera ? peering through the screen to watch what he was taping and trying to move him around to the “perfect” angle.
Tana enjoyed the gorgeous views from the mountain trail rides and was surprised to learn that she liked white water rafting. She also loved the home cooked meals ? especially the yummy brownies ? and not having to worry about cleaning up afterwards. Her favorite memory was getting the family’s best time during the barrel racing at the rodeo the last day. (Even if she and Cherokee cheated a little by only going right around the barrels).
As parents, the memory that will linger the longest for us is when both girls thanked us for taking them on the trip and told us that they’d like to get a trip to Sundance for their Christmas present again next year.
Thanks Ellen and Dan for an action-packed, yet relaxing vacation we will always remember and cherish.
Tana, Darryl, Morgan and Lauren
What I remember most about the sundance trail dude ranch was when I was on Trigger on ou way back from lunch and we were letting the horses get some water and little did I know that Trigger was quite the water lover so he starts splashing and I knew that right then and there that I was done for. Two good dips in the water and I was Soaked to my knees,luckily my camera was just inches from soakilyhood (thats a word right?). Everyone spoke about It From Then on.
Another memory I was so grateful to experience was getting to meet the two very special housekeepers. One was so greatly generous as to give me her fathers hat and felt better that I had it in my possession than it just sat on a shelf catching dust and for that I thank you, thank you, thank you Marlene(hopefully I Spelt That Right). The Other housekeeper….ahh what can I say other than without her this whole vacation,this whole happening,this whole experience would not have been the same. Someone to laugh (either truly or through pity-in that case thanx anyway) at my jokes. Someone whom never knew of such a thing as a bad hair/outfit day. Someone to lean on (just kidding). Someone of great motivation. Someone who I could never get tired of being around or listening to. And Someone who I only hope to see again next year. The other housekeeper by which I mean is Janie. I thank you from the bottom of my heart and may we cross paths again.
June 18, 2005
Our girl scout troop has been anticipating our camping weekend at Magic Sky for over a year. The girls, all 4th graders, have been begging to go horseback riding since second grade. We had a great day riding in the snow and learning hands on about tack and grooming. Thank you to Dan and the wranglers for a wonderful experience and we hope to see you next year!
April 12, 2005
We arrived at Sundance Trail Ranch in Colorado on a Sunday in August. My husband, Robert had won the trip at a live auction TWO years ago and we finally went.
I had intended to just read, sit and maybe work on some small paintings. Brought 4 books even. He was going to fish.
Upon arrival we realized we were in the middle of a ranch specifically geared for those who LOVE to ride…on horses! Being the curmudgeon that I am, I thought…okay, I’ll go on that first ride tomorrow to be polite but that’s IT! I was hearing things about “the 2 hour ride on Tuesday and the 5 hour ride on Wednesday”….uh uh, no thanks, I’d never make it, I’d die on the trail.
Very long, WONDERFUL story made short…..there I was on top of my dear horse (Diamond) on Wednesday ready for that 5 hour ride to the falls for a terrific lunch packed in by horse. The scenery there is spectacular…we’d get a little rain and thunder every afternoon and the meadows were filled with wildflowers…the horses were all perfectly wonderful and we made fast friends with 2 other couples who were there with their kids. ANYway, when we arrived at the falls for lunch (2 1/2 hour ride) it started to POUR. I mean CURtains of rain. And hail. And cracking banging thunder. (Woo! opppiiieee! My favorite ! ) So, there we were high in the Rocky Mtns. (about 15 or so of us, the horses, and 2 dogs). We grabbed our lunches and bright yellow cowboy slickers and ran for cover…under huge boulders and into the trees. Poor Hot Shot (dog) was all in a lather from the thunder and trembling till the earth trembled with him. It was great fun. When there was a bit of a break, the guides figured we’d better get out while we could, so we mounted up and set off back across the meadows, and up over the craggy peaks. It was POURING. I had, thank GOD, bought myself a cowboy hat at the start of the trip and it saved me. I was all hunched over in my rain slicker, and the water was cascading down off the front of my hat. ( What wonderful inventions these cowboy hats! ) We’d pull into trees for cover when the cracking-banging got worse, and I would squeegee my horses neck with my hand to try to keep him a bit dryer. It was the best experience of my life really. !
Our bunch had one trail guide at the front, (Rocky Hadar Bob), with no slicker cuz he gave it to Robert, singing all the oldies he could think of. (I think he did it to either distract himself from being cold and wet, or to give us all the impression that he wasn’t worried at all) The guide at the back of us (Josh) didn’t find all this singing amusing,and kept hollering to quit singin and git movin!.
I couldda stayed out there a week. We did get back safely in time for dinner and the evening’s entertainment – a couple came over from a neighboring ranch to sing OLD cowboy songs, play the guitar and fiddle. It was terrific.
I’ve never had a better vacation. The ranch is so well run, the staff is excellent (college kids working there for summer) food great, new friends made, and experiences I will never forget. We learned to groom, saddle, cinch, mount, ride, coax, and love our horses.
We trotted, loped and sometimes galloped along beautiful trails. (Precise instruction included for those who may have been a bit rusty at all this…) And I learned to let new opportunities sweep me up and carry me off once in a while.
I’m going back………soon.
H2Ocolourmom@aol.com Oak Park,, Ca. USA – Thursday, August 12, 2004 at 19:52:52 (CDT)
We had a fantastic vacation. We live five minutes from Walt Disneyworld where there are always lines and crowds. I wanted to take my daughter away from the crowds to a beautiful place where she could run free without my having to constantly keep an eye on her. Everyone at the ranch did a superb job with us. This is not a *Have it our way* franchise place. All activiites were tailored to our and other guest’s desires. I figured I would be doing kiddie rides with my 6 year old. She got to ride Woody and learn the beginnings of horsemanship while I felt free and safe to ride and do a few things on my own. Kristi made new friends, some that she got to see and visit with a few weeks after we got home to Florida.
We flew to Denver and took the shuttle to Fort Collins and never had to rent a car. Dan and Ellen and their gracious staff provided everything else from stopping at a grocery store for refreshments (Diet Coke) to showing us around the area. I was happy to stay at the ranch the entire time. Oreo was an energetic kind horse that followed direction and was a lot of fun to ride. This was a REAL vacation!
Lisa and Kristi Ericson
CGFlicka@aol.com Celebration, FL USA – Sunday, November 30, 2003 at 16:13:47 (CST)
I don’t remember if I already subscribed or not, but please add us to your emailing list. WE HAD A WONDERFUL TIME!
We are talking about making this an annual event and can’t wait to return. I’ll send you some photos (digital) as soon as I have time to fool with that. We got some great photos.
Jason is hoping to come again soon. It was a great chance for him to relax, unwind, study, hang out with his parents, etc.
We just can’t say enough about the good food, lovely accomodations, friendly and helpful owners and staff, beautiful scenery and I could go on and on!
Thank you so much for everything; we’re just sorry we couldn’t stay longer – maybe next year!
Fondly, Ellen Halsey
Woodstock, VA USA – Saturday, September 27, 2003 at 07:36:03 (CDT)
Hi Dan and Ellen, Wranglers, Important Staff and Horses!
We made it home from our GREAT vacation. Both Rick and I agree we can’t remember feeling this relaxed after any vacation in recent memory. We all three had a wonderful time – everything we imagined it would be and more. We had an enjoyable couple of days in Denver (took Savannah to eat at the very kitschy Casa Bonita, which she loved) but it can’t rival Sundance Trail. Savannah says she has dreamed about riding Bucky every night since we left.
Tell Bucky, Clyde, and Sombrero hello from us.
Rick & Sherry & Savanah Rhodes
USA – Tuesday, September 02, 2003 at 08:02:47 (CDT)
We were looking for a place to go on vacation Where our 14 year old son would not be bored. And we found that at Sundance Trail .It was the best vacation that we ever had. So much fun and everybody was so friendly. I can’t remember when I laughed so much.My worst memory was the rooster and when Bucky jumped the rocks.It was just like being with family .Vince had a great time and we will be coming back. When he is older he may come back as a wrangler,if Dan and Ellen want him. Annetta
Annetta F. Alms
Sherman, il USA – Friday, August 22, 2003 at 22:52:13 (CDT)
This ranch is truly an authentic ranch. The People, The Horses, The Mountains all are truly a spirit of the west. They say that less is more and in this case it is completely true. Because this ranch only suits up to 7 families you really get to know your wranglers and the other families. When your hiking up a mountain and you finally reach the top, you will be at a lose for words the view is breath taking. Words cant even explain the feeling you get when your loping through the rockies and you get the sensation that the pioneers had back in hundreds of years ago. Everything about Sundance Trails is great and I will look foreward to going their again. The best thing about this ranch, is that their isnt JUST one good thing. Dan and Ellen are great hostesses and the Wranglers(marc,rifka,Jon,Janja) are awsome. But the real hereos are the Cooks(jon,pat)Because of the long days of riding one can really work up a hunger and they satisfied that need for food. All in All i would have to say the trip was great and I count down the days until i visit SDT again
West Nyack, Ny USA – Friday, July 25, 2003 at 23:07:44 (CDT)
The time we spent at Sundance is definitely the best ever holiday, the company and the atmosphere just great. Too many wonderful memories to tell all, but maybe the high light, high literally, was riding up to Foot Rock with Bridie and Liz and climbing to the tips of the toes of Foot Rock. It is not too difficult climbing the back of the rock. When Liz and I reached the top we realised that it is windy up there above the trees and we hollered at Bridie, who had the good sense to stay on the ground and hold the horses, to get on and take the photos before we got blown away. A bit scary but the photos of dad and daughter atop Foot Rock bring back a host of great memories.
It’s a long way from the prairies of East Anglia in England to the Rockies but we intend to make it back to Sundance someday soon.
Best wishes to Dan, Ellen, and all the gang.
email@example.com Norwich, No England – Tuesday, June 03, 2003 at 10:40:12 (CDT)
My family and I went to Colorado to go West ( that is the farthest west of the Mississsippi R. as my whole family has been, besides buisness). When we arrived we were amazed to see the beautiful scenery. Dan came right up to us and gave us a tour. We got to see all the horses and the gameroom and the lodge! We spent the next 3 days riding horses through the canyons to view Colorado from the mountain tops! The horse riding was fun, We also got to raft down the pouder river,rock climb, and relax in the hottub and hammock. The crew at Sundance Trail was terrific. They made it fun and made us feel at home. They even made us homemade cookies for the long ride home!!!
Rowley, IA USA – Sunday, June 01, 2003 at 18:07:49 (CDT)
Our extended family of ten wanted to go on a group vacation that provided familly activites, children activites away from the adults, a place to get away from the hustle and bustle and the crowds, and give the teenagers something to do that wouldn’t get them into trouble. That’s exactly what we found at Sundance Trail. As a bonus we felt as if we became part of the staff family. It was a week all ten of us will treasure forever!
Dallas, TX USA – Friday, May 30, 2003 at 07:50:24 (CDT)
Jason and I went to Sundance Trails for our honeymoon. We wanted to do something different from the norm, but yet something we both enjoy and liked. Dan and Ellen at Sundance were outstanding. The courtesy they showed us was above what was to be expected. Their ranch is set in northern Colorado away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Their staff had the capabilities of working with people who had little or no experience with ranching as well as those, like us, who were raised in such an area. We had the most memorable honeymoon. We enjoyed hiking, horseback riding, and relaxing. Jason and I both agree that the family style meals and conversations were the best because we related to one another and told stories about ourselves. We when left, we firmly believed that we now have ‘family’ in Colorado. We ARE definately coming back. Sundance is beyond a doubt, a mountain top paradise!!
Jason and Lynnette Mohr
San Antonio, TX USA – Friday, May 30, 2003 at 07:48:54 (CDT)
We had our first experience at Sundance last June — but definitely not our last! It is truly the right combination for a family escape. The lodge and setting are scenic and beautiful; the staff is friendly, flexible, and involved; the family-style meals are excellent! Add to that the horseback riding – individually tailored to any level; the breathtaking hiking and climbing; the white-water raft trip; the kittens, chickens, and other critters — and the many options for children….you end up with the perfect vacation! We recommend Sundance highly.
Becky, Toni & Kaitlyn in Tyler, Texas
Tyler, TX USA – Friday, May 30, 2003 at 07:47:16 (CDT)
Fall Bed & Breakfast Memories:
My favorite thing to do at the ranch, besides ride, was to sit on the porch and stare at the blue sky. NJ does not have a sky that blue. The ranch was the best place to “mello out”. No cooking, no cleaning, no anything besides rest!