If you’re looking to completely unplug in the Colorado wilderness, an all-inclusive resort is a great option. Don’t worry about planning meals or activities; let these all-inclusive guest ranches do the work for you. View wildlife, go horseback riding or hit up one of Colorado’s incredible hiking trails during your stay at one of these 7 best all-inclusive resorts in the Centennial State.

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Dunton Hot Springs (Prices & Photos)

One of the most remote all-inclusive getaways on this list, Dunton Hot Springs is a ghost-town-turned-luxury resort. This 19th-century ghost town was restored, therefore expect luxury accommodations in the 13 onsite cabins. As mentioned in the name, Dunton Hot Springs is also a mineral hot spring so that you can enjoy a relaxing soak here too. With rates that include both drinks and food, this southern Colorado gem is a great option for an anniversary weekend, wedding, or girl’s getaway.

Vista Verde Ranch (Prices & Photos)

Escape to the mountains north of Steamboat Springs to enjoy this all-inclusive dude ranch. You can choose to simply enjoy the mountain vistas during your stay, but there are so many other activities to do here at Vista Verde Ranch. From horseback riding to climbing and hiking, the knowledgeable guides here will make sure your stay is unforgettable.

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Broadmoor Ranch at Emerald Valley

Broadmoor Cloud Camp (Prices & Photos)

The Broadmoor Hotel is one of the most well-known hotels in the state. However, not many people know that cabins can be rented near the property, so visitors can enjoy a more secluded stay. Known as Broadmoor Cloud Camp, there are 11 guest cabins complete with private porches that overlook Pikes Peak. While staying at Cloud Camp, enjoy incredibly-made meals from The Broadmoor chefs included in your stay.

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Zapata Ranch

Zapata Ranch (Prices & Photos)

This Southern Colorado resort is a bison ranch owned by The Nature Conservancy. Located near the Grand Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve, Zapata Ranch features over 100,000 acres of open space. You should not miss out on visiting the Grand Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve during your stay here. However, there is also plenty to do at the ranch too. Guests can enjoy bison education programs, hiking trails, horseback riding, and birdwatching. And it wouldn’t be an all-inclusive resort without delicious meals included in your stay.

C Lazy U Ranch (Prices & Photos)

C Lazy U Ranch is one of the most popular vacation ranches in the state. From horseback riding to gourmet meals, both city slickers and country folk will enjoy a stay at this all-inclusive resort. The luxury cabins here are perfect for couples or even families. Families will be happy to know that C Lazy U Ranch offers a kids and teen program, so guests of all ages will have an enjoyable vacation here.

Latigo Ranch (Prices & Photos)

Explore Latigo Ranch without worrying about activity fees and food cost. This all-inclusive ranch comes at one flat rate, which includes all ranch activities and all meals. Guests can enjoy Latigo Ranch in both the summer and winter months. This all-inclusive ranch offers incredible meals, such as house-smoked bacon for breakfast, bison burgers for lunch, and dinners made with local and sustainable ingredients.

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Rawah Ranch

Rawah Ranch (Prices & Photos)

Rawah Ranch offers a quiet stay, as this all-inclusive resort only has nine cabins. Found in northern Colorado, guests here typically enjoy fly-fishing, archery, guided hikes and horseback riding. After a long day enjoying Colorado’s fresh air, take advantage of the all-inclusive meal services found here.

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