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Cherokee Ranch and Castle Foundation

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Denver's ABC affiliate 7News calls Cherokee Ranch and Castle "...something very amazing and wonderful." Visitors who venture 20 miles south of the City sample the late philanthropist cattle-rancher Tweet Kimball's Scottish Castle, Home on the Range, nested atop 3,100 unspoiled acres. Breath-taking Front Range views, afternoon teas, tours, arts performances, children's science camps. Please visit our Website for more information.

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  • Hours: Hours vary. See website for more details.
  • Miles to airport: 45
  • Miles to CCC: 29
  • Indoor Fire Code: 200
  • Total Capacity (if applicable): 210
  • Onsite Parking Spaces: 100
  • Motor Coach Parking:
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  • Group Activities Description: Cherokee Ranch & Castle offers Castle Tours, afternoon teas, brunches, lunches, a variety of educational programs and performing arts. Tours last 1.5 hours and are typically available every Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday at 9:30 am. Teas include a light lunch and a one-hour tour and are typically held every other Wednesday or Saturday. Advance reservations are required for all events. Private events are available for groups of 20 or more.
Accommodations
  • Facility & Décor Description: Cherokee Ranch & Castle, located in Sedalia, Colorado, is majestically located on a high plateau, surrounded by acres of breathtaking mountain vistas.
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  • Reservation Needed:
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  • Description Cherokee Ranch & Castle, located in Sedalia, Colorado, is majestically located on a high plateau, surrounded by acres of breathtaking mountain vistas.
  • Largest Room 80
  • Total Sq. Ft. 1000
  • Reception Capacity 200
  • Theatre Capacity 80
  • Catering Preferred list
  • Type of Venue Gallery/Museum, Parks & Gardens, Theater/Performing Arts Venue, Special Events Venue
  • Type of Event Reception, Banquet, Meeting Theatre , Tradeshow/Expo, Meeting Classroom
  • Banquet Capacity 200
  • Number of Rooms 1
  • Classroom Capacity 40
Pavilion
  • Theater Capacity: 300
  • Classroom Capacity: 100
  • Banquet Capacity: 210
  • Reception Capacity: 210
Castle Interior
  • Theater Capacity: 100
  • Classroom Capacity: 30
  • Banquet Capacity: 70
  • Reception Capacity: 100
Veranda
  • Theater Capacity: 150
  • Classroom Capacity: 75
  • Banquet Capacity: 150
  • Reception Capacity: 150

Events

Nov 24, 2017

  • Image Nov 24, 2017
  • Image 6113 Daniels Park Rd., Sedalia, CO 80135
  • Image Starting: 10:00 AM
  • Image $20 - $25

Those lucky enough to have hiked Cherokee Ranch know that there are a wealth of habitats and a rich flora that distract your eyes downwards, even as the vistas of the rugged backbone of the Rockies and distant misty towers of downtown...

Cherokee Winter Nature Tour <p>Those lucky enough to have hiked Cherokee Ranch know that there are a wealth of habitats and a rich flora that distract your eyes downwards, even as the vistas of the rugged backbone of the Rockies and distant misty towers of downtown Denver tempt you to look further away. We have experienced toasty winter days that were breathless and surprisingly sunny, as well as blustery days in the summer. One thing is for sure—you will never be bored on a Cherokee hike! This year we are starting much earlier—for better birding. But the plants will already be awake!</p> <p>Whoever says winter is the “dormant” season? Wise naturalists know that nature does not sleep, you can now SEE those birds flitting in the bare branches. Buds are set on everything, and there is much more than just bark, branches and berries to liven a walk. You can see two species of Chickadees and Nuthatches that never stop in their search for food and there are a few last lingering hints of flowers. You will be surprised at how many evergreens there really are; not just pines and junipers and Oregon Grape, but many of our native shrubs and forbs keep living foliage and rosettes through the winter: they are still hard at work chlorophyll pumping! You might also be surprised to know that some Dark-eyed Juncos fly all the way from the Pacific Northwest and even Canada to winter at Cherokee. Other winter species include Flicker, Woodpeckers and a resident Red-tailed Hawk. What better time and place than Cherokee Ranch in the bright, winter light.</p> 6113 Daniels Park Rd. Sedalia, CO America/North_Dakota/Center

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