Tabernash CO | Secluded quiet rentals with amazing mountain views.
This town has deep Indian roots and folk lore tales to enjoy. The early settlers to this area were Ute and Arapahoe Indians. After the warring tribes settled their differences in the area known then as Ranch Creek Valley, the legend goes on to tell that they buried the devil, but left his thumb exposed to remind them of the evils of war. This rock feature is visible a top the Continental Divide and has a first class spa, restaurant, Nordic destination and lodge in its namesake, Devil’s Ranch and Resort.
In 1902, the chief engineer for the Denver & Salt Lake Railroad, named the town now known as Tabernash after a Ute Indian that killed in 1878. The tribe moved onto ranching land, turned their horses loose and set up a dry race track. This caused the dispute with the local white ranchers and resulted in a small gun battle, leaving Tabernash dead. After burying, Tabernash in a shallow grave, the small Ute tribe left the area.
StayWinterPark offers a couple of small quaint cabins and a luxury vacation home in this locale of the Fraser Valley – very reminiscent of times in the past. Visit our Lindig Lodge, Pole Creek Golf Home or the Ridgetop House links to book the quiet getaway in a true mountain cabin. You can also stop in the town of Tabernash to enjoy a meal at the Tabernash Tavern.
Pole Creek Home · 7 Bedrooms · 8 Baths · Sleeps 16 ·*
492 Golf Course Circle, The Fairways at Pole Creek, Tabernash, CO 80478
Combine the most dramatic, awe-inspiring view in the valley with one of the finest, most exquisitely furnished homes available for vacation rental, and you have #492 Golf Course Circle - the epitome of comfort, style and luxury.
Lindig Lodge Home · 3 Bedrooms · 3 Baths · Sleeps 11 ·*
If you’re looking for the ultimate “log cabin in the woods”, then look no further than Lindig Lodge.
Occupying a 5-acre lot with expansive views of forested fields and the magnificent Byers Peak Mountain beyond, Lindig Lodge is situated in the peaceful and historic community of Stagecoach Meadows.