Ken Caryl Ranch

Ken Caryl Ranch is an area rich in history and natural beauty.  Located just west of C-470, the mountains are just as accessible as Denver International Airport.  Ken Caryl Ranch is a master-planned community with more than 6,000 acres devoted to open space and recreation. The area includes

The Ranch House, a 17-acre community center with pools, tennis, soccer, and baseball facilities. The Ranch also includes parks, playgrounds, greenbelts, hiking trails and schools, making it a very self-contained community.  Ken Caryl Ranch residents are dedicated to maintaining the pristine valley in harmony with nature. A backyard may have 30-foot rock outcroppings and deer on the lawn.

Below the Manor House is the Equestrian Center boarding and training facility and is one of the most picturesque and professionally operated equine facilities in the state of Colorado.  Boarding, lessons, summer camps, and a variety of specified services, both indoor and outdoor, are available for residents. The Equestrian Center includes over 4,000 acres of open space and 25 miles of trails for Ranch riders.


Ken Caryl Valley

Location, location, location!  Nestled behind the Rocky Mountain foothills, you will discover Ken Caryl Valley.   Homes range in price from the $300s into the millions including many architectural styles and a few gated luxury enclaves.  While Ken Caryl’s real estate appeals to a wide range of buyers, the houses are actually second to the lifestyle the valley provides. The community offers multiple recreation centers, an equestrian center with boarding and trail rides, and over 20 miles of hiking and biking trails.  If golf is your game there are private and public courses within a few miles. Within Ken Caryl Valley, you will be surrounded by the constant beauty of the foothills from all sides and wildlife including deer and elk.  Award winning Jefferson County schools and highly acclaimed Red Rocks Amphitheater are nearby.

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