About The Ranch:
Our panoramic views overlooking Park City, the area ski resorts, mountain valleys, the Wasatch and Uinta ranges, and Lewis Peak can be seen from various locations. Vegetation ranges from old growth pine stands, open and sunny aspen meadows, sagebrush, grasslands, oak brush, maples and abundant wildflowers. Many varieties of wildlife are also found is this beautiful mountain setting. Mule deer, elk, moose, coyotes, wild turkeys, grouse and many other animals and birds are often seen throughout the area.
There are a number of private cabins and homes on the ranch owned both by “weekend enthusiasts” and full-time residents. Most lots have electricity and water available to them; however, there are no phone / internet or natural gas utilities available. Most cabins use propane and/or wood for heating and cooking. Several propane vendors deliver gas to the area. Septic systems are used across the ranch. Cell phones provide for most communication needs throughout the ranch but coverage may be limited.
Not all lots in the ranch are accessible on a year round basis. Roads within the ranch are HOA maintained gravel roads and are accessible in dry months. Winter driving conditions on plowed roads require 4WD with chains and/or snow tires.The HOA tries to maintain plowed access up Tollgate Canyon Road to the Gravel Pit (past Bobcat Springs) where vehicles and trailers can be temporarily parked throughout the winter. Any other plowed roads are plowed independently by homeowners who comply with the HOA plowing regulations. The routes are subject to change depending on demand and contributions, and there are no guarantees that the routes will stay open. Additional research/verification on your part is highly recommended to determine if your route is plowed. If you would like more information about the plowing in a certain area, you can contact the area rep, who can put you in touch with the plowing representative in your area.
For a more detailed description of life on the Ranch, read “The Code of the New West”, our adaptation of the work of John Clark, a Commissioner for Larimer County, Colorado.