Arapaho Ranch Field Station Project:
A continuous history of inspired life and learning through place.
The Arapaho Ranch Field Station is an education and recreation venue in a unique and historic western setting, showcasing the heritage of cattle ranching and Native American culture.
Efforts are currently underway to preserve and renovate the historic mansion on site, as well as the historic buildings at the ranch headquarters.
The pride of the tribe, Arapaho Ranch is a special place with an important history. The Ranch not only encompasses the stories of American Indians who were on the land with the buffalo, but also the 154-year legacy of the ranching communities that made this site their home.
Initially, the Arapaho Ranch Field Station will feature a trading post with visitor information and merchandise, historic tours, and camping.
Following a three-phase approach, our vision is to preserve the historic ranch headquarters as an education and retreat center for the Tribe, community center, and asset for attracting visitors to the ranch.
The mission of the Arapaho Ranch Field Station Project is to facilitate place-based learning through transformative experiences, as well as preserve the history and culture of the people and the place.
Over time, these goals will be accomplished by:
- Developing an education and retreat center
- Welcoming visitors to experience a unique blend of Native American heritage on a working cattle ranch
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