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Treat your body and mind to an afternoon of rejuvenation when you book a session at Living Arts Wellness. Their highly trained staff of massage therapy professionals offers a variety of techniques to insure that your body receives the treatment it needs.
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The Farm at Lee Martinez Park offers a wide range of entertaining and informative hands-on activities for all age groups such as hay rides and pony rides. The farm comprises of a museum, the farm store and is home to a number of farm animals.
With over five thousand acres of trails, Snow Mountain Ranch provides guests the opportunity to find any adventure amidst the snow-covered wilderness. Visitors can choose to camp through the lodge or enjoy a day trip of skiing and snowshoeing.
Leading fishing expeditions to Lake Granby, Fishing with Bernie provides visitors with the opportunity to catch Rainbow and Kokanee trout. During the winter, the guides lead ice fishing trips where they drill holes into the ice to fish from.
Sharing its border with the Rocky Mountain National Park and offering beautiful views of the snow-capped mountains, the Grand Lake Golf Course is an 18 hole championship course with well-kept fairways, manicured greens, a driving range and putting green.
Open throughout the year, Timber Creek Campground in Rocky Mountain National Park features 98 camp sites on a first come, first served basis. Visitors can purchase firewood at the camp ground, and restrooms are available.
Featuring eight cabins for camping and beautiful landscaping with visiting wildlife, the Winding River Ranch is a great place to get away from it all or host a wedding. The ranch also features a pool, hot tub, and fire pits.
On The Trail Rentals provide a variety of equipment on rent ranging from snowmobiles and snowshoes to ATV's complete with other necessary items such as suits, helmet, map and fuel. The trails are managed by the company and pass through multiple natural vistas in the Arapaho National Forest.