Your Colorado Castle Awaits!
Tucked away on a privately owned, 3400 acre ranch in Douglas County is a true gem and legacy of Tweet Kimball, a Colorado cattle ranching pioneer. Tweet Kimball established the Cherokee Ranch & Castle Foundation which entered into a Conservation Easement for the property on December 10, 1996.
This unique venue facilitates a house museum, wildlife conservation, land preservation and has become a treasured venue for a variety of activities and site of many elegant parties. At Cherokee Ranch & Castle you can enjoy lunch on the terrace with a sprawling view from Pikes Peak to Longs Peak, take a geology hike to explore the Colorado’s largest petrified wood forest, or enjoy a front row seat to a Blues concert.
There’s opportunities for high tea, castle tours, and farm to table dinners. The venue is so stunning, couples dreams come true with beautiful weddings on the veranda. Artists have recorded full albums in the great hall and music videos in the courtyard. The list goes on: private corporate events, celebration of life ceremonies, youth education excursions, wine tastings, and marquee birthday parties. Cherokee Ranch & Castle is an exquisite part of Colorado and has been since 1954.