Ruby Ranch
Colorado
Ruby Ranch
Colorado

About

Ruby Ranch is a unique community located at the foot of the Gore range near the town of Silverthorne, Colorado. Summit County is located high in the Colorado Rockies, at approximately 9000 feet. It is known as Colorado's playground because of the numerous outdoor activities that the area provides. The county is home to four major downhill ski areas: Keystone, Copper Mountain, Breckenridge, and Arapahoe Basin, as well as Nordic skiing areas in Frisco and Breckenridge. The county also has two reservoirs, Dillon and Green Mountain, which are popular for boating and fishing. Hiking and biking trails are numerous and spectacularly beautiful.

Strategic Vision

We envision a community of neighbors working together to achieve a higher quality of life. This includes the provision of reliable and efficient services, well-maintained common areas, and protection of the Ranch’s wildlife and native rural setting. We envision a unique equestrian neighborhood that is considered by residents and non-residents alike to be one of the most desirable rural residential subdivisions in Colorado.

Location: Ruby Ranch is conveniently located 2 miles north of I-70 just off Colorado Highway 9. Although it borders the Eagles Nest Wilderness and feels remote, it is only 1 hr and 15 minutes from downtown Denver and 1 hr and 45 minutes from DIA.

Service Requests

Service requests are completed by clicking Service Request. Examples of service requests are: fence down, potholes, road maintenance, etc. Please complete the form online. Once you submit the request you will receive notice that it has been delivered to the Ranch Manager. No action will be taken on any requests through rrgeneral.

Home Buyer Information

The links below takes you to pages where you will find documents of interest to potential home buyers.
  • WBMD - See "WBMD Rules and Regulations" section
  • RROA - See "RROA Covenants, Rules amd Regulations" section

Unique Features

Classic western ranch character

Secluded, gated community

Private access to Eagles Nest Wilderness

Contact Us

Mailing Address: c/o CRS of Colorado
7995 E. Prentice Avenue, Suite 103E
Greenwood Village, Colorado 80111Phone: 303-381-4960
Fax: 303-381-4961
EMERGENCY: 303-381-4960
Sue Blair
District Manager
sblair@crsofcolorado.com

Next Meeting

Friday November 19, 2021, 3:30PM
BOD Regular Meeting via Zoom Teleconference. Proposed 2022 Budget and 2021 Budget Amendment will be considered. See attached Meeting Notice and Agenda.