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  • Discover Your lnner Cowboy ™ at Sylvan Dale Guest Ranch Great Fun! Great Food! Great Folks! 2939 N. County Rd. 31D Loveland, CO 80538 www.sylvandale.com Summer Dude Ranch VacationsContact us:ranch@sylvandale.com 67 Years in the Saddle — 1946-2013970-667-3915 • Toll Free: 1-877-667-3999
  • Howdy Folks! Theres Still Room for a Few Good Folks!W elcome to the Sylvan Dale experience! Our ranch family is proud of our heritage and were eager to share it with you. The warmth you will find here relates to our love for people and W e are so looking forward to sharing the beauty of Sylvan Dale with you this summer. If you are planning a return visit, a 10% “Old Timer” discount asthe Western lifestyle. well as the welcome sound of the dinner bell awaits! IfWe consider ourselves the keepers of old-fashioned fun—the kind that builds family closeness. you are planning your first visit, you can look forwardLifes simple joys await you at Sylvan Dale…so do we! to a unique vacation experience and the opportunity to become “Old Timers” yourselves! Just call! We’ll make it easy. Toll Free: 1-877-667-3999. Saddle up for a fun ride! Quality time! I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream! The Jessup Lodge Ranch chores The Jessups: David & Linda, Dave & Susan Family Owned, Family Operated – Since 1946 Rock Climbing The climb up the rock face of Green Protected! Ridge gets high marks from our guests. Adults and children alike experience the Our ranch is committed to preserving the history unique challenge and the thrill of success. and the beauty of the Sylvan Dale Valley. We Experienced safety-conscious guides have protected over 70% of our 3200 acre ranch with conservation easements. Now you can rest provid harnesses and helmets and lots of easy! Sylvan Dale will be here for your future encouragement. Climbing builds strength, generations to enjoy as it is today—free from focus and self-confidence and it sure elicits development and full of nature’s wonders. a lot of smiles from our climbers!
  • Nitty Gritty Facts 67 Years in the saddle!ReservationsTo make your reservations, please call our toll-free number 877-667-3999 or email us at dude@ Transportation from Airport Most of our guests prefer to rent a car at the airport for convenience and increased sight-seeing options. O ne thousand years ago, Freemont people found shelter in a shallow cave in Echo Rock. Later, Indian tribes wintered in the valley seeking The Big Thompson Flood of 1976 threatened to put an end to the dream, but reconstruction efforts were successful and the Ranch continues to bless folks tosylvandale.com. We are happy to hold your If you prefer, there is refuge from the snows of the high country. In the this day.space for two weeks while awaiting your deposit. shuttle service direct 1800s, folks sought healing from respiratory ailments Deposit from the Denver in the crisp, clean mountain air. Hospitality rooted In order to International itself in the 1920s when Frend Neville, a local secure your Airport to our cattleman, built a lodge and four cabins on the banks reservation, ranch entry at a of the Big Thompson River and called it Sylvan Dale. we ask for a per-person fee. deposit of 30% The Jessup story began in 1934 when a Kansas of the total Smoke-Free Environment kid, working his way through college, arrived package rate In order to assure all our guests a safe and healthy in the valley for a summer job and caught a vision to be paid stay, there is no smoking inside any Sylvan Dalewithin two weeks from the time you make your of what the little ranch on the Big Thompson could building or on the trails. someday be. Eleven years later, in 1946, Mauricereservation. If your family numbers 20 or more, we Mask for a 50% deposit. Alcohol Policy and his wife, Mayme, bought Sylvan Dale. arch 7, 2013 marks the beginning of our 67thPayments Sylvan Dale serves fine wines and local micro- year at Sylvan Dale. Much has happened sinceFinal payment is due at check out, but you are brews. State law does not allow you to bring our parents, with barely enough money to makewelcome to prepay. Personal and traveller checks your own alcoholic beverages into the dining the down payment, grabbed hold of a dreamare encouraged, and we also accept MasterCard, room or other gathering areas. and made it a reality. The growth and changeVisa and American Express. that has happened since this humble beginningCancellations has helped define who and what we are today.If your family is less than 20 people, and if youcancel within 90 days of arrival, we will refund We would love to share the beauty of Sylvan Daleyour deposit less $100 per person processing with your family this season.fee. If your family numbers 20 or more,monies paid up front are not refundable. We So…saddle up with us in 2013!recommend travelers insurance to secure yourinvestment should something prevent you fromcoming. Through a lifetime Love Letters! of hopes and dreams solidly based on faith,I didn’t miss TV at all, everything was so much fun. dedication and hardI wish every kid could go to the Sylvan Dale Dude work, the Jessups and their two children, David andRanch at least once. — Sean Vierra (9 years old) Susan, increased the 125 acre ranch to a 5,000 acre working ranch with cattle, horses and guest facilitiesEndless backcountry to explore and trout the size of to accommodate families and group events. We wanted to thank you for the most incredible staymy leg! at any resort to date. We will return. — Bill and Gayle Carey, Denver, Colorado — James and Janice Laughlin, Parker, CO
  • Lots to do…no pressure to do it! Sylvan Dale–the Place for Family ReunionsO ur brand of Western fun includes something for everyone, from the welcome hayride pulled by our Belgian team to the cheers and action of the Gymkhana finale. Our kids, ages 13 and 15, and my niece and nephew, 12 and 9, enjoyed the freedom to roam and play. We love thePartner up with a Sylvan Dale mount for Sylvan Dale Ranch and we will be back!adventures in the arena and on the trail. Round — Karen Nolan, Vista, CAup cattle… Explore the back country… Break intoa gentle lope and learn to "sit the jog!" Head outin the early morning for breakfast on the trailor saddle up for the overnight pack trip to CowCamp. Cowboy cookin’ never tasted so good! Anglers love the challenge of the Big Thompson River and the trophy trout waters of the Big Valley. If you prefer to keep your catch, head for our stocked ponds where brightly-colored rainbow F amilies have gathered at Sylvan Dale for up to four generations! Why? It’s a safe environment where family members of all ages can bond through wholesome old-fashioned fun with such activities as catching a rainbow trout for dinner, playing await. family softball, saddling up for a riding adventure, tapping their toes at the Western dance night and roasting marshmallows over an evening campfire. Its a magical environment for creating memories that last a lifetime. Ask about The Wagon Wheel - the perfect facility for your family reunion.Evening fun is designed with everyone in mind.Enjoy cowboy entertainment, family softball,Western dancing and songs around the campfire. Whatbetter way to embrace the spirit of the Dude LiteOld West! A 2013 Exclusive! “Dude Lite – A Family Affair” June 16-22. We are an equal opportunity provider authorized by The best of the basics with a wide variety of à la carte activities for all ages. Perfect for special use permit for the Roosevelt National Forest. the price conscious family who wants to play together. Dude Lite offers quality family time at our lowest price. Hike the trails, take a dip in the Nearby Fun outdoor heated pool, fish the pond, fly fish the river, visit the baby foals, participate in ranch chores, gather at the campfire for s’mores, hop on the wagon for a ride on the Foothills Trail, play a game of tennis, softball, horseshoe, or volleyball; explore Rocky Mountain National Park offers scenic drives and high country hikes with Cottonwood Gulch. Available à la carte activities: horseback riding, guided fly fishing, breathtaking views. Well pack a box lunch for you. trap shooting, yoga and massage. Six night’s lodging and 17 ranch-style meals. Ideal Golf There are two 18-hole golf courses seven miles away and three more within a 20-mile radius. for families large and small! Shopping in the area includes art galleries, antique shops, malls, and souvenir shops. Adult: $1299 Youth: $999 Child: $699 Mountain Biking nearby at Devil’s Backbone and Bobcat Ridge open space. (BYOB) (13 and up) (ages 6-12) (ages 3-5)
  • back country adventures Adventures for Kids O ur youth program is designed for ages 6-12 offering a wide variety of outdoor fun and educational activities: western riding instruction, trail rides, mare and foal care, ranch chores, nature awareness hikes, river tubing, gathering eggs, archery, and rock climbing. Cottonwood Gulch provides a haven for kids with tree fort, tipi, and club house/nature center. The hike to Eagle Ridge for an overnight campout is a real adventure! Children under the age of six can join in on some youth program adventures as long as they are accompanied by an adult. Breakfast Ride Up at the crack of dawn, mount up and head out for breakfast on the trail. Cowboy coffee never tasted so good! Native American Week Returns For the 14th season, Gray Wolf will transport guests back in time to the Overnight Pack Trip mid-1800s with an authentic living history program. Gray Wolf’s Saddle up for the highlight of the week! Climb in Cheyenne grandparents taught him “the old ways” and he honors his elevation through ponderosa forests to 7,120 ft to reach Cow Camp, a 1930’s historic log cabin. heritage by sharing these traditions: living closer to the Earth, leather Camp Cookie will be a waitin’ with steak, taters, and bead crafts, edible plants, archery, tracking, “the way of the Pipe” and tales around the campfire. Sleep under the and much more! Many guests have returned again and again—a stars and awake to a Cowboy Breakfast before you testimony in itself. head down the trail to “home”. Unforgettable!
  • join us for our 67 th summer season! Week 6: The Adventurer (July 28 –August 3) Week 8: The Naturalist (August 11-17)A Dude Ranch Week is jam packed with adventures and just enough “down time” to reflect on how All the adventures you can pack in: Riding, Explore the natural wonders of this magicalmuch fun you are having! climbing, trap shooting, fishing, rock place where two ecoregions meet. Resident climbing, white water rafting, a rousing naturalist and published author, DaveAfter Check-in at 3:00 pm, the fun begins. Tour the Ranch on a horse-drawn wagon. Enjoy a game of volleyball, or soft ball, the Sylvan Armstrong, will reveal the secrets of thetraditional ranch style dinner with new found friends. Meet the horses and the wranglers and then Dale Poker Ride, and competitive games on foothills through interpretive tours suitable forgather for an ice cream social before you settle in for your first night! horseback in the arena. all ages: natural history, birding, edible wild Week 7: The Rodeo Cowboy (August 4-10) plants, geologic history, and an all day guidedIncluded in your 6-night package • Miles of hiking trails tour of Rocky Mountain National Park. • 6 nights comfortable lodging with daily • Supervised youth program (ages 6-12) Ever wondered what the life of the rodeo cowboy would be like? Well here is your Week 9: Adults Only! (August 18-24) housekeeping services • Campfire and s’mores chance to hear about it first hand. Rodeo Everything you ever wanted in a Dude • 17 wholesome hearty meals from Sunday • Participation in ranch chores queens and cowboys highlight your Vacation but without the kids! Ridin’, ropin’, dinner through Saturday breakfast experience when the Larimer County Fair dancin’, shootin’, fishin’, relaxin’! You can’t • Yoga classes • Your own horse for the week and Rodeo comes to town. Prime seats for miss with this one! • Guided nature stroll the Rodeo and your SDR t-shirt lets everyone • Welcome wagon ride Perfect for couples, singles, and adult families. • Fishing – pond and river know that you ride for the Heart-J Brand! • Breakfast Ride • Hoedown western dance instruction • Overnight Pack trip • Horse back riding adventures on the trail • Western music entertainment Rates for Summer Dude Weeks 2013 • Use of Ranch amenities: heated outdoor • Western riding instruction pool, hot tub, game courts—volleyball, Week Theme Adult Youth Child • Team penning tennis, horseshoe, and game room—ping 13 and up ages 6-12 Ages 3-5 pong, foosball, billiards June 23-29 The Ranch Hand $2295 $1545 $ 955A unique theme for each week! June 30-July 6 The Drover $2295 + $50 per “drover” $1545 $ 955 July 7-13 The Ranch Hand $2295 $1545 $ 955 July 14-20 The Drover $2295 + $50 per “drover” Week 1: The Ranch Hand (June 23-29) chores, and jingle the herd. It’s your chance to live the life of the working cowboy. July 21-27 The Native American $2475 $1725 $ 955Brush up on your riding skills, sort cattle, fixfence, drive ”Kid” the draft horse, set irrigation July 28-August 3 The Adventurer $2475 $1745 $ 955 Week 4: The Drover (July 14 – July 20)for livestock pastures, learn to rope, participate August 4-10 The Rodeo Cowboy $2395 $1645 $ 955 One of our annual cattle drive weeks. Move thein ranch chores, and jingle the herd. It’s your August 11-17 The Naturalist $2295 $1545 $ 955 herd from the Main Ranch to summer pastureschance to live the life of the working cowboy. August 18-24 Adults Only $2295 NA NA on the Roosevelt National Forest. Stay the nightWeek 2: The Drover (June 30 – July 6) at “Cow Camp” a back country cabin and awakeHurry and sign up for our annual cattle drive to to a Cowboy Breakfast. Limited to the first 20 Add on any of the following à la carte experiential activities:summer pasture! Stay the night at “Cow Camp”– guests to sign up! • trap shooting ($50)our back country cabin– and awake to a Cowboy Week 5: The Native American (July 21-27) • white water rafting ($75)Breakfast. This is our traditional “Old Timer” • rock climbing ($50) Gray Wolf’s Cheyenne grandparents taughtweek, with some new twists for 2013! The cattle • guided fly fishing excursion ($135 half day) him “the old ways”. He honors his heritage bydrive is limited to the first 20 guests to sign up. • private riding instruction ($45) sharing these traditions with you: living closer toWeek 3: The Ranch Hand (July 7 – 13) the Earth, leather and bead crafts, edible plants, archery, tracking, tomahawk throw, and the Note: Rates exclusive of tips and tax (3.5%). If you are not goingLearn how to ride, sort cattle, fix fence, drive the “way of the pipe”. Transport yourself back to ride, subtract $300 from the adult rate.draft horse team, set irrigation for livestockpastures, learn to rope, participate in ranch in time for an experience of a lifetime!
  • join us for our 67 th summer season! Week 6: The Adventurer (July 28 –August 3) Week 8: The Naturalist (August 11-17)A Dude Ranch Week is jam packed with adventures and just enough “down time” to reflect on how All the adventures you can pack in: Riding, Explore the natural wonders of this magicalmuch fun you are having! climbing, trap shooting, fishing, rock place where two ecoregions meet. Resident climbing, white water rafting, a rousing naturalist and published author, DaveAfter Check-in at 3:00 pm, the fun begins. Tour the Ranch on a horse-drawn wagon. Enjoy a game of volleyball, or soft ball, the Sylvan Armstrong, will reveal the secrets of thetraditional ranch style dinner with new found friends. Meet the horses and the wranglers and then Dale Poker Ride, and competitive games on foothills through interpretive tours suitable forgather for an ice cream social before you settle in for your first night! horseback in the arena. all ages: natural history, birding, edible wild Week 7: The Rodeo Cowboy (August 4-10) plants, geologic history, and an all day guidedIncluded in your 6-night package • Miles of hiking trails tour of Rocky Mountain National Park. • 6 nights comfortable lodging with daily • Supervised youth program (ages 6-12) Ever wondered what the life of the rodeo cowboy would be like? Well here is your Week 9: Adults Only! (August 18-24) housekeeping services • Campfire and s’mores chance to hear about it first hand. Rodeo Everything you ever wanted in a Dude • 17 wholesome hearty meals from Sunday • Participation in ranch chores queens and cowboys highlight your Vacation but without the kids! Ridin’, ropin’, dinner through Saturday breakfast experience when the Larimer County Fair dancin’, shootin’, fishin’, relaxin’! You can’t • Yoga classes • Your own horse for the week and Rodeo comes to town. Prime seats for miss with this one! • Guided nature stroll the Rodeo and your SDR t-shirt lets everyone • Welcome wagon ride Perfect for couples, singles, and adult families. • Fishing – pond and river know that you ride for the Heart-J Brand! • Breakfast Ride • Hoedown western dance instruction • Overnight Pack trip • Horse back riding adventures on the trail • Western music entertainment Rates for Summer Dude Weeks 2013 • Use of Ranch amenities: heated outdoor • Western riding instruction pool, hot tub, game courts—volleyball, Week Theme Adult Youth Child • Team penning tennis, horseshoe, and game room—ping 13 and up ages 6-12 Ages 3-5 pong, foosball, billiards June 23-29 The Ranch Hand $2295 $1545 $ 955A unique theme for each week! June 30-July 6 The Drover $2295 + $50 per “drover” $1545 $ 955 July 7-13 The Ranch Hand $2295 $1545 $ 955 July 14-20 The Drover $2295 + $50 per “drover” Week 1: The Ranch Hand (June 23-29) chores, and jingle the herd. It’s your chance to live the life of the working cowboy. July 21-27 The Native American $2475 $1725 $ 955Brush up on your riding skills, sort cattle, fixfence, drive ”Kid” the draft horse, set irrigation July 28-August 3 The Adventurer $2475 $1745 $ 955 Week 4: The Drover (July 14 – July 20)for livestock pastures, learn to rope, participate August 4-10 The Rodeo Cowboy $2395 $1645 $ 955 One of our annual cattle drive weeks. Move thein ranch chores, and jingle the herd. It’s your August 11-17 The Naturalist $2295 $1545 $ 955 herd from the Main Ranch to summer pastureschance to live the life of the working cowboy. August 18-24 Adults Only $2295 NA NA on the Roosevelt National Forest. Stay the nightWeek 2: The Drover (June 30 – July 6) at “Cow Camp” a back country cabin and awakeHurry and sign up for our annual cattle drive to to a Cowboy Breakfast. Limited to the first 20 Add on any of the following à la carte experiential activities:summer pasture! Stay the night at “Cow Camp”– guests to sign up! • trap shooting ($50)our back country cabin– and awake to a Cowboy Week 5: The Native American (July 21-27) • white water rafting ($75)Breakfast. This is our traditional “Old Timer” • rock climbing ($50) Gray Wolf’s Cheyenne grandparents taughtweek, with some new twists for 2013! The cattle • guided fly fishing excursion ($135 half day) him “the old ways”. He honors his heritage bydrive is limited to the first 20 guests to sign up. • private riding instruction ($45) sharing these traditions with you: living closer toWeek 3: The Ranch Hand (July 7 – 13) the Earth, leather and bead crafts, edible plants, archery, tracking, tomahawk throw, and the Note: Rates exclusive of tips and tax (3.5%). If you are not goingLearn how to ride, sort cattle, fix fence, drive the “way of the pipe”. Transport yourself back to ride, subtract $300 from the adult rate.draft horse team, set irrigation for livestockpastures, learn to rope, participate in ranch in time for an experience of a lifetime!
  • back country adventures Adventures for Kids O ur youth program is designed for ages 6-12 offering a wide variety of outdoor fun and educational activities: western riding instruction, trail rides, mare and foal care, ranch chores, nature awareness hikes, river tubing, gathering eggs, archery, and rock climbing. Cottonwood Gulch provides a haven for kids with tree fort, tipi, and club house/nature center. The hike to Eagle Ridge for an overnight campout is a real adventure! Children under the age of six can join in on some youth program adventures as long as they are accompanied by an adult. Breakfast Ride Up at the crack of dawn, mount up and head out for breakfast on the trail. Cowboy coffee never tasted so good! Native American Week Returns For the 14th season, Gray Wolf will transport guests back in time to the Overnight Pack Trip mid-1800s with an authentic living history program. Gray Wolf’s Saddle up for the highlight of the week! Climb in Cheyenne grandparents taught him “the old ways” and he honors his elevation through ponderosa forests to 7,120 ft to reach Cow Camp, a 1930’s historic log cabin. heritage by sharing these traditions: living closer to the Earth, leather Camp Cookie will be a waitin’ with steak, taters, and bead crafts, edible plants, archery, tracking, “the way of the Pipe” and tales around the campfire. Sleep under the and much more! Many guests have returned again and again—a stars and awake to a Cowboy Breakfast before you testimony in itself. head down the trail to “home”. Unforgettable!
  • Lots to do…no pressure to do it! Sylvan Dale–the Place for Family ReunionsO ur brand of Western fun includes something for everyone, from the welcome hayride pulled by our Belgian team to the cheers and action of the Gymkhana finale. Our kids, ages 13 and 15, and my niece and nephew, 12 and 9, enjoyed the freedom to roam and play. We love thePartner up with a Sylvan Dale mount for Sylvan Dale Ranch and we will be back!adventures in the arena and on the trail. Round — Karen Nolan, Vista, CAup cattle… Explore the back country… Break intoa gentle lope and learn to "sit the jog!" Head outin the early morning for breakfast on the trailor saddle up for the overnight pack trip to CowCamp. Cowboy cookin’ never tasted so good! Anglers love the challenge of the Big Thompson River and the trophy trout waters of the Big Valley. If you prefer to keep your catch, head for our stocked ponds where brightly-colored rainbow F amilies have gathered at Sylvan Dale for up to four generations! Why? It’s a safe environment where family members of all ages can bond through wholesome old-fashioned fun with such activities as catching a rainbow trout for dinner, playing await. family softball, saddling up for a riding adventure, tapping their toes at the Western dance night and roasting marshmallows over an evening campfire. Its a magical environment for creating memories that last a lifetime. Ask about The Wagon Wheel - the perfect facility for your family reunion.Evening fun is designed with everyone in mind.Enjoy cowboy entertainment, family softball,Western dancing and songs around the campfire. Whatbetter way to embrace the spirit of the Dude LiteOld West! A 2013 Exclusive! “Dude Lite – A Family Affair” June 16-22. We are an equal opportunity provider authorized by The best of the basics with a wide variety of à la carte activities for all ages. Perfect for special use permit for the Roosevelt National Forest. the price conscious family who wants to play together. Dude Lite offers quality family time at our lowest price. Hike the trails, take a dip in the Nearby Fun outdoor heated pool, fish the pond, fly fish the river, visit the baby foals, participate in ranch chores, gather at the campfire for s’mores, hop on the wagon for a ride on the Foothills Trail, play a game of tennis, softball, horseshoe, or volleyball; explore Rocky Mountain National Park offers scenic drives and high country hikes with Cottonwood Gulch. Available à la carte activities: horseback riding, guided fly fishing, breathtaking views. Well pack a box lunch for you. trap shooting, yoga and massage. Six night’s lodging and 17 ranch-style meals. Ideal Golf There are two 18-hole golf courses seven miles away and three more within a 20-mile radius. for families large and small! Shopping in the area includes art galleries, antique shops, malls, and souvenir shops. Adult: $1299 Youth: $999 Child: $699 Mountain Biking nearby at Devil’s Backbone and Bobcat Ridge open space. (BYOB) (13 and up) (ages 6-12) (ages 3-5)
  • Nitty Gritty Facts 67 Years in the saddle!ReservationsTo make your reservations, please call our toll-free number 877-667-3999 or email us at dude@ Transportation from Airport Most of our guests prefer to rent a car at the airport for convenience and increased sight-seeing options. O ne thousand years ago, Freemont people found shelter in a shallow cave in Echo Rock. Later, Indian tribes wintered in the valley seeking The Big Thompson Flood of 1976 threatened to put an end to the dream, but reconstruction efforts were successful and the Ranch continues to bless folks tosylvandale.com. We are happy to hold your If you prefer, there is refuge from the snows of the high country. In the this day.space for two weeks while awaiting your deposit. shuttle service direct 1800s, folks sought healing from respiratory ailments Deposit from the Denver in the crisp, clean mountain air. Hospitality rooted In order to International itself in the 1920s when Frend Neville, a local secure your Airport to our cattleman, built a lodge and four cabins on the banks reservation, ranch entry at a of the Big Thompson River and called it Sylvan Dale. we ask for a per-person fee. deposit of 30% The Jessup story began in 1934 when a Kansas of the total Smoke-Free Environment kid, working his way through college, arrived package rate In order to assure all our guests a safe and healthy in the valley for a summer job and caught a vision to be paid stay, there is no smoking inside any Sylvan Dalewithin two weeks from the time you make your of what the little ranch on the Big Thompson could building or on the trails. someday be. Eleven years later, in 1946, Mauricereservation. If your family numbers 20 or more, we Mask for a 50% deposit. Alcohol Policy and his wife, Mayme, bought Sylvan Dale. arch 7, 2013 marks the beginning of our 67thPayments Sylvan Dale serves fine wines and local micro- year at Sylvan Dale. Much has happened sinceFinal payment is due at check out, but you are brews. State law does not allow you to bring our parents, with barely enough money to makewelcome to prepay. Personal and traveller checks your own alcoholic beverages into the dining the down payment, grabbed hold of a dreamare encouraged, and we also accept MasterCard, room or other gathering areas. and made it a reality. The growth and changeVisa and American Express. that has happened since this humble beginningCancellations has helped define who and what we are today.If your family is less than 20 people, and if youcancel within 90 days of arrival, we will refund We would love to share the beauty of Sylvan Daleyour deposit less $100 per person processing with your family this season.fee. If your family numbers 20 or more,monies paid up front are not refundable. We So…saddle up with us in 2013!recommend travelers insurance to secure yourinvestment should something prevent you fromcoming. Through a lifetime Love Letters! of hopes and dreams solidly based on faith,I didn’t miss TV at all, everything was so much fun. dedication and hardI wish every kid could go to the Sylvan Dale Dude work, the Jessups and their two children, David andRanch at least once. — Sean Vierra (9 years old) Susan, increased the 125 acre ranch to a 5,000 acre working ranch with cattle, horses and guest facilitiesEndless backcountry to explore and trout the size of to accommodate families and group events. We wanted to thank you for the most incredible staymy leg! at any resort to date. We will return. — Bill and Gayle Carey, Denver, Colorado — James and Janice Laughlin, Parker, CO
  • Howdy Folks! Theres Still Room for a Few Good Folks!W elcome to the Sylvan Dale experience! Our ranch family is proud of our heritage and were eager to share it with you. The warmth you will find here relates to our love for people and W e are so looking forward to sharing the beauty of Sylvan Dale with you this summer. If you are planning a return visit, a 10% “Old Timer” discount asthe Western lifestyle. well as the welcome sound of the dinner bell awaits! IfWe consider ourselves the keepers of old-fashioned fun—the kind that builds family closeness. you are planning your first visit, you can look forwardLifes simple joys await you at Sylvan Dale…so do we! to a unique vacation experience and the opportunity to become “Old Timers” yourselves! Just call! We’ll make it easy. Toll Free: 1-877-667-3999. Saddle up for a fun ride! Quality time! I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream! The Jessup Lodge Ranch chores The Jessups: David & Linda, Dave & Susan Family Owned, Family Operated – Since 1946 Rock Climbing The climb up the rock face of Green Protected! Ridge gets high marks from our guests. Adults and children alike experience the Our ranch is committed to preserving the history unique challenge and the thrill of success. and the beauty of the Sylvan Dale Valley. We Experienced safety-conscious guides have protected over 70% of our 3200 acre ranch with conservation easements. Now you can rest provid harnesses and helmets and lots of easy! Sylvan Dale will be here for your future encouragement. Climbing builds strength, generations to enjoy as it is today—free from focus and self-confidence and it sure elicits development and full of nature’s wonders. a lot of smiles from our climbers!
  • Discover Your lnner Cowboy ™ at Sylvan Dale Guest Ranch Great Fun! Great Food! Great Folks! 2939 N. County Rd. 31D Loveland, CO 80538 www.sylvandale.com Summer Dude Ranch VacationsContact us:ranch@sylvandale.com 67 Years in the Saddle — 1946-2013970-667-3915 • Toll Free: 1-877-667-3999