Our Exclusive Lodge Permeates Pure Mountain Charm and Charisma.
Ever wanted to spend your vacation in an 1880's old west town? Now's your chance...
The Lodge at Mill Creek is located 14 miles west of Saguache, Colorado on highway 114 (the Gunnison Highway). We are located in a quiet and peaceful valley 1.5 miles off the highway in the beautiful San Juan Mountains of Southern Colorado. We are located at 8,450 feet above sea level and the views are spectacular in all directions. Mill Creek Ranch and Resort is located on the site of the original 1880's Hoagland Stage Stop of the Barlow and Sanderson stage line that ran from Monte Vista to Gunnison.
The 5000 square foot Lodge, built in 2008 from Ponderosa Pine logs 18” in diameter that were brought down to Colorado from Montana. From the 24 foot high Great Room with floor to ceiling windows you can not only see our unique town but picturesque views of the surrounding mountains and mesas and the nearby Rio Grande National Forest.
Our Lodge is the most luxurious building on the Ranch! A discriminate place for large families, groups and corporate outings, the Lodge can accommodate up to 10 guests. Imagine sitting in the Great Room enjoying one another, reading a great book or having a business meeting next to the expansive stone fireplace and water wall with a real stream of water running under the glass walkway to the master bedroom? The Mill Creek Lodge provides a real unique experience for all who enter.
With a full commercial kitchen, you may choose to host your own private dinners and parties for your group, or let us treat you to our own special brand of Rocky Mountain Cuisine. This is an ideal setting for a cocktail party as well.
Don't forget that you can do as little or as much as you want at Mill Creek. Just come and enjoy the peace and solitude of the mountains or if you want something more and special to do, just ask. Horseback riding, target shooting, hiking, special meals and more are all available at Mill Creek.
It is a Mill Creek Experience that will create memories of a lifetime. Check the website at for more details and photos.+ More