Trapper's Cabin
Trapper's Cabin

Named after the owner's beloved Golden Retriever (as well as the men and women who made their living by trapping the abundant wildlife on the Ranch long ago). Read More

Wrangler Cabin
Wrangler Cabin

As the name suggests, the décor in this 675-square-foot loft-bedroom cabin is rustic and Western. It offers all comforts of a home on the range. Read More

Willow Cabin
Willow Cabin

This romantic Scandinavian cabin is filled with inviting antique pine furniture. From the front porch, you can enjoy great views of the meadow. Read More

Traveler's Rest Cabin
Traveler's Rest Cabin

Lewis and Clark rested in a place called Traveler's Rest. It is also the name of a particularly spirited horse that lived on the Ranch. Read More

Coyote Cabin
Coyote Cabin

If you sit still and quietly, in the evenings you can hear the Ranch's coyotes howl. This 1,050 foot cabin is named for the animal most often spotted here. Read More

Cabin Creek
Cabin Creek

Named after one of the creeks that flow on the Ranch, this 1,050-square-foot cabin is decorated with the anglers that frequent them in mind. Read More

Nordic Cabin
Nordic Cabin

This two bedroom, 1,050 square-foot-cabin has two King beds, a modified butler's kitchen, one full bath and one three-quarter bath. Read More

Manitou Cabin
Manitou Cabin

Another cabin named in honor of the Ranch's Native American history, "Manitou" means "great spirit" in Algonquin. This 1,050 square-foot Indian themed cabin has two bedrooms with King beds, a butler's kitchen with stovetop and a full bath. Read More

Ranch Creek Cabin
Ranch Creek Cabin

Named after one of two creeks on the Ranch, this 1,050-square-foot Adirondack style cabin has two King beds, a butler's kitchen and two full baths. Read More

Ouray Cabin
Ouray Cabin

Ute Chief Ouray lived in the area surrounding Fraser, just a few miles from this cabin. A 675-square-foot loft bedroom cabin, it is outfitted with a Native American themed décor. Read More

Blue Sky Cabin
Blue Sky Cabin

The Ute Indians, who once roamed Devil's Thumb Ranch Resort & Spa were called the Blue Sky People. This spacious 2,200-square-foot four-bedroom cabin was named in their honor. Read More

Byers Cabin
Byers Cabin

Named after the great explorer and the 12,804-foot mountain visible from higher elevations on the Ranch, its intimate setting is perfect for a romantic weekend with someone special, or a peaceful retreat alone. Read More

Red Quill Cabin
Red Quill Cabin

In the 1950's President Eisenhower fished on nearby waters. This cabin is named after his favorite type of fly fishing fly—the Red Quill. Read More

Caroga Cabin
Caroga Cabin

Caroga is a lake in the Adirondack Mountains of New York, where the owner of Devil's Thumb Ranch Resort & Spa spent summers as a youth. This spacious 2,200-square-foot Adirondack style cabin has four-bedrooms with two King beds and two Queen beds, a full kitchen, two fireplaces and two full baths. Read More

Settler Cabin
Settler Cabin

This Americana style cabin's name honors the pioneering men and women who settled these lands long ago. It has 675 square feet of living space, including a loft bedroom with Queen bed, microwave/mini-fridge unit and full bath. Sleeps two. Read More