If you are looking for a place to stay in the country and enjoy nature, Creek Ranch in Arizona may be just what you need. This working ranch has 8200 acres of land to explore. The property is surrounded by spectacular scenery and abundant wildlife. Guests are invited to participate in educational wine weekends, cooking events with guest chefs, and spirits events with distillers. Guests can even take horseback riding lessons. In addition to the outdoor activities, guests can enjoy some wine-tasting events.
The ranch’s unique location makes it a great place for active retirement, vacations, and year-round fun. It’s tucked away in its own valley but is only a 12-minute drive from the town of Steamboat Springs. Residents enjoy excellent public schooling in the area. The college-affiliated school district also provides opportunities for children to participate in the local horse industry. A unique, hands-on education at Creek Ranch will help them live a fulfilling life.
Getting there: Most river visitors make their way up Cache Creek from Lewiston, Idaho, via a powerboat. You can also drive to Cache Creek Ranch from Lewiston, Idaho or Clarkston, Washington. These two towns are close to Cache Creek Ranch, but if you are taking a boat, you’ll need to get a Snake River boaters permit. While Cache Creek Ranch doesn’t require a fee, a permit is required to access Hells Canyon above it. There are also some general rules that must be followed when visiting Cache Creek Ranch.