Lucky Three Ranch is a 127-acre working ranch and not open to the public except for scheduled tours. Tours are available Monday through Friday by appointment only, and all tours begin at 10:00 AM. We require at least a 10-day notice to book a tour. However, you can call us to see if there are any other tours scheduled within those 10 days that you can join. The tour season runs from January through October. Our tours are perfect for seniors, children, and anyone with an interest in animals. If you are an equestrian—we have even more for you!
Come meet our equines, from the saddle mules to the minis, including our two newest additions to the ranch, Large Standard donkey gelding, Wrangler and saddle mule, Billy Bad Ass. Experience the beautiful, life-size bronze sculptures of the Loveland Longears Museum and Sculpture Park that commemorate many of the record-breaking feats of the Lucky Three champions. For the kids, visit Jasper’s Bunkhouse, play games and see the diorama of Jasper’s Happy Valley Ranch!
The ranch is handicap-accessible and we provide tour carts for our guests who have mobility issues, or who might not be able to make the trek around the property.
Call 800-816-7566 to reserve your tour today!
Come meet our equines, from the saddle mules to the minis, including our two newest additions to the ranch, Large Standard donkey gelding, Wrangler and saddle mule, Billy Bad Ass. Explore the ranch, learn about equines with Meredith Hodges and see Jasper’s ALL NEW Bunkhouse!
Click here to download our tour brochure.
What our guests are saying
“Thanks once again for hosting the Wheatridge Active Adults. This is definitely one of our favorite spots to visit!”
“We all wanted to thank you for the best day ever! How very gracious you all were. We appreciated the tour and your hospitality. I’m grateful to the core!”
“It was truly a pleasure to see and meet you. Thank you for giving me a tour of your wonderful facility. I can tell it is a labor of love. You were a very gracious host and I look forward to our next meeting.”
“What a fascinating day it was today, visiting your Ranch and learning about all of the things you do. Like many subjects, “I never knew”. You are an exceptional young lady and have such a big heart. The world needs more Meredith’s. Today was such an education, and I am now reading more about your wonderful work.”
“Thank you so much for your hospitality and willingness to share with our youth! We had a GREAT trip!!!”
“Our visit and tour of your ranch was enjoyed by all of us from Fort Collins Senior Center. The tour, demonstrations, sculptures and your staff were all really wonderful.”