Yellow Pine Ranch offers a lot of great activities for the entire family. Here, you can enjoy a trail ride on horseback, flyfishing and delicious bar-b-que… All without leaving the ranch.
Nearby in the Cuchara Village, there are gift shops to browse and fine restaurants to grab a burger, cooked-to-order steak, or seafood. Just down the road, you’ll find mountains and lakes to explore, a scenic golf course, and more wildlife than you can imagine.
Walsenburg Municipal Golf Course is 9 holes, 3,110 yards, par 36, with a beautiful view of the Spanish Peaks and the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. The golf course is located approximately 4 miles west of Walsenburg off US 160. The golf course shares its main entrance with Lathrop State Park. The pro shop has the typical golf offerings, as well as golf cart rentals. There is also a full-service restaurant which serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Fulldraw Outfitters provides high quality guided and non-guided hunts for Colorado big-game. Our hunts are conducted on private ranches in the Colorado high country and eastern plains and Fulldraw Outfitters also operates under a special use permit from the USDA Forest Service on San Isabel National Forest. Fulldraw Outfitters is an equal opportunity service employer and provider.
Please browse through our website to see details on all of our hunts. We have videos, hats and other merchandise available also. See the “Contact Us” page if you would like to send us an email or give us a call. Also, don’t forget to regularly check out our Hunting Report page which contains notes and photos on our hunts and the most recent hunting conditions at camp and how the hunters are doing.
Nothing can compare to nature. Seeing the world’s great forests and lakes can help a person remember what’s truly important in life. It is for this reason that we rent canoes & kayaks to those interested in such adventures.
Our canoe rentals and kayak rentals let you travel along the peaceful waters of Martin Lake, CO.
You also have the option of arranging group events. These can be specifically designed for disadvantaged or troubled youths. Having some lake fun can be a fantastic opportunity for those with limited exposure to the outdoors. We even offer 4 SUP paddleboards for rent.
Hours of operation: Daily 9-5, Memorial through Labor Day Weekends. Without a reservation, rentals are first come, first serve. Cash and credit cards accepted.
The T/M Ranch is a private ranch located near the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo mountains east of Walsenburg, Colorado.
The elevation is 6,800 feet and out terrain is a combination of rolling cedar ridges, canyons, and river bottoms on the edge of the plains.
We offer trophy antelope, elk, and mule deer hunts in game units 85, 128, & 133.
With three different pools, a lazy river, two giant water slides, and interactive water features that include fountains, sprays, and dumping buckets…prepare to jump into a splashin’ good time at Walsenburg Wild Waters!
Our zero entry pool allows the youngest of water enthusiasts to enter without worrying that the water may be too deep! It’s just like walking from the beach into the ocean.
Deep Diving Well
Our diving board and 12-foot deep diving well offer a refreshing option for practicing your acrobatic skills.
Giant Water Slides
Our giant water slides are 30+ feet high. The green slide is open-topped and the yellow slide is fully enclosed. Both slides offer an exciting, twisting, turning ride with an invigorating splash at the end. For our guests under 48 inches tall we have installed a ‘seal slide’ that offers a gentle three-foot ride into the three-foot deep end of the ‘Zero Entry’ pool.
2 and Under FREE
3-17 Years of Age$5.25
18 & Over$7.25
Story Creek Outfitters specializes in custom big game hunting trips that include accommodations, food, transportation, and guides. We also have hunting areas where you can set up your own drop-camp offering exclusive elk hunting in the amazingly productive GMU 85 of southern Colorado, where bulls 5×5 or better will be taken. Pronghorn antelope are hunted in GMU unit 133, where the number one and two scoring antelope in all of Colorado were taken on our property during archery hunts, in 2006.