Spring Homeschool Day

No reservation required for this School Program!

Homeschool families are invited to enter through the Admission Hut. Tours are self-guided to the educational historic sites. Admission is $4.00 each, children 2 and under are FREE. This School Program will cover the historic sites:

  • 1775 American Indian Area
  • 1860s Homestead Cabin
  • 1880s Farm and Garden
  • 19th Century Blacksmith Shop
  • General Store is open for purchases! Old fashioned sodas, candies, and Ranch-made goodies!

Here are a few tips to plan your Home School Program:

  • Your trip will begin at 3105 Gateway Road.
  • Dress for the weather! The majority of this program is outside with limited indoor space.
  • Parent/guardian chaperones are required during the program. Our staff and volunteers are here to facilitate learning. Teachers/parent chaperones are responsible for student behavior and to model proper field trip etiquette.
  • Tours are free-flowing. No set schedule.
  • Picnic lunches are welcome. Picnic tables available South of the Orchard House or by the pond. Trash and recycling receptacles provided.
Program held weather permitted.
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Holiday Evening

Rock Ledge Ranch will be transformed with the sights, sounds, and aromas of this traditionally festive season!

The evening features: wagon rides, old-time musical entertainment, lantern tours to the 1860s Homestead Cabin, Blacksmith Shop demonstrations, barn dancing, Victorian celebrations in the 1880s Rock Ledge House, and Edwardian festivities in the 1907 Orchard House.

St. Nicholas will be in the Carriage House to visit with children and adults. Purchase those extra special Ranch-made gifts at the General Store! Hot cider, cocoa, and other sweet treats will be available at several locations around the Ranch. Visit the Studio to make a special holiday craft.

Drinks and snacks available for sale in the Carriage House are cash-only. Face painting in the Studio is cash-only.

Regular Admission
RLR Living History Association Members: FREE

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Holiday Tea and Tour

Celebrate the holiday season in the 1907 Orchard House with our annual holiday teas! Experience a traditional English tea and tour of the country estate decorated with fresh greens in an antiquated style. Learn about Edwardian history and etiquette. All teas begin at 1 p.m. This popular fundraising event is offered once a year, and fills up quickly!

Seats are $49 each, and payment is due to secure each reservation. We require all reservations to occupy the table with their party. 

If Rock Ledge Ranch cannot host the event, we will issue a full refund.

Call 719-578-6777 or contact us below for questions regarding the event.
The General Store will open to the public at 2 p.m. for those last minute handmade, Ranch-made holiday gifts!

Holiday Tea and Tour

Celebrate the holiday season in the 1907 Orchard House with our annual holiday teas! Experience a traditional English tea and tour of the country estate decorated with fresh greens in an antiquated style. Learn about Edwardian history and etiquette. All teas begin at 1 p.m. This popular fundraising event is offered once a year, and fills up quickly!

Seats are $49 each, and payment is due to secure each reservation. We require all reservations to occupy the table with their party. 

If Rock Ledge Ranch cannot host the event, we will issue a full refund.

Call 719-578-6777 or contact us below for questions regarding the event.
The General Store will open to the public at 2 p.m. for those last minute handmade, Ranch-made holiday gifts!

Holiday Tea and Tour

Celebrate the holiday season in the 1907 Orchard House with our annual holiday teas! Experience a traditional English tea and tour of the country estate decorated with fresh greens in an antiquated style. Learn about Edwardian history and etiquette. All teas begin at 1 p.m. This popular fundraising event is offered once a year, and fills up quickly!

Seats are $49 each, and payment is due to secure each reservation. We require all reservations to occupy the table with their party. 

If Rock Ledge Ranch cannot host the event, we will issue a full refund.

Call 719-578-6777 or contact us below for questions regarding the event.
The General Store will open to the public at 2 p.m. for those last minute handmade, Ranch-made holiday gifts!

Holiday Tea and Tour

Celebrate the holiday season in the 1907 Orchard House with our annual holiday teas! Experience a traditional English tea and tour of the country estate decorated with fresh greens in an antiquated style. Learn about Edwardian history and etiquette. All teas begin at 1 p.m. This popular fundraising event is offered once a year, and fills up quickly!

Seats are $49 each, and payment is due to secure each reservation. We require all reservations to occupy the table with their party. 

If Rock Ledge Ranch cannot host the event, we will issue a full refund.

Call 719-578-6777 or contact us below for questions regarding the event.
The General Store will open to the public at 2 p.m. for those last minute handmade, Ranch-made holiday gifts!

Holiday Tea and Tour

Celebrate the holiday season in the 1907 Orchard House with our annual holiday teas! Experience a traditional English tea and tour of the country estate decorated with fresh greens in an antiquated style. Learn about Edwardian history and etiquette. All teas begin at 1 p.m. This popular fundraising event is offered once a year, and fills up quickly!

Seats are $49 each, and payment is due to secure each reservation. We require all reservations to occupy the table with their party. 

If Rock Ledge Ranch cannot host the event, we will issue a full refund.

Call 719-578-6777 or contact us below for questions regarding the event.
The General Store will open to the public at 2 p.m. for those last minute handmade, Ranch-made holiday gifts!

Holiday Tea and Tour

Celebrate the holiday season in the 1907 Orchard House with our annual holiday teas! Experience a traditional English tea and tour of the country estate decorated with fresh greens in an antiquated style. Learn about Edwardian history and etiquette. All teas begin at 1 p.m. This popular fundraising event is offered once a year, and fills up quickly!

Seats are $49 each, and payment is due to secure each reservation. We require all reservations to occupy the table with their party. 

If Rock Ledge Ranch cannot host the event, we will issue a full refund.

Call 719-578-6777 or contact us below for questions regarding the event.
The General Store will open to the public at 2 p.m. for those last minute handmade, Ranch-made holiday gifts!

Everything But The Oink

To keep the meat from spoiling during the curing process, hogs were processed in the coolest, fall months of the year.  Lard is rendered to cook, make soap, and medicines.

Everyone participated in this annual event, so dress for the weather and join us at the Woodworking Shop for this educational demonstration.

In addition to hog processing, you can tour the historic sites and see sausage making, cooking, and activities. The Galloway Cabin will demonstrate soap making throughout the day.

Special assistance provided by Zettlemoyer’s Custom Meat Processing.

Regular Admission
RLR Living History Association Members: FREE

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Autumn Homeschool Day

April School Program

No reservation is required for this School Program!

Homeschool families are invited to enter through the Admission Hut. Tours are self-guided to the educational historic sites. Admission is $4.00 each, children 3 and under are FREE. This School Program will cover the historic sites:

  • 1860s Homestead Cabin
  • 1880s Farm and Garden
  • 19th Century Blacksmith Shop
  • General Store is open for purchases! Old-fashioned sodas, candies, and Ranch-made goodies!

Here are a few tips to plan your Home School Program:

  • Your trip will begin at 3105 Gateway Road.
  • Dress for the weather! Most of this program is outside with limited indoor space.
  • Parent/guardian chaperones are required during the program. Our staff and volunteers are here to facilitate learning. Teachers/parent chaperones handle student behavior and model proper field trip etiquette.
  • Tours are free-flowing and self-guided.
  • Picnic lunches are welcome. Picnic tables are available South of the Orchard House or by the pond. Trash and recycling receptacles are provided.
Program held weather permitted.
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