Puma Hills River Ranch is a 3rd generation working hay ranch surrounding 2.4 miles of the Tarryall River that meanders along the peaceful Tarryall Valley. The ranch is peaceful and secluded, yet with many services and adventures just minutes away.
The guest house is nestled in the Puma Hills bordered by Pike National Forest overlooking the Tarryall River. From the picture window is a beautiful view of the river, our hay meadows and the mountains beyond. In the evenings, guests like to relax on the patio with a refreshing drink while watching the river flow. On occasion a herd of elk or mule deer and a small group of big horn sheep will graze in the meadows below. Eagles, blue heron and many other birds hunt, feed or raise their young in the riparian areas, and some evenings the coyotes will sing to each other.
Our guests can enjoy private fly fishing on the Tarryall River, hiking and biking and scenic views from every direction. We have a campfire ring for warming your toes by the fire and viewing the endless array of stars. The guest house is clean, fully equipped and easily accessible.
Interaction with guests
After we check in our guests, they are on their own. We are a working ranch and use the river house driveway to access our equipment and barns.
We provide a very clean guest house and ask that you thoroughly wash all dishes prior to departure.
We don't allow smoking inside the guest house.
We don't allow pets.