Teller County - Have the True Colorado Experience Today!



Teller County is seeing rapid growth in those looking to make the community a permanent home as well as in those seeking to tour the area on vacation.  Historic Triple B Ranch is a great lodging choice in Teller County as it is located within 30 miles of all the county has to offer.  The ranch is also considered a “do not miss” activity location known for its unique horseback riding that trails go through Pike National Forest!

The ranch operates under a permit with Pike National. Forest, so our rides include scenic adventures through mountain trails, beautiful trees, rock formations, vistas and wildlife.  Horseback riding at the ranch is available for one or two hours. 

Teller County truly is a great vacation destination if the true Colorado experience is what you are after!  The county has so many different activities, sceneries, and attractions.  Staying at Historic Triple B Ranch is the ultimate lodging choice as it is located only five minutes north of Woodland Park and a prime location to do everything in the county and visit all of the great locations!  Also, the ranch has many of the activities right on the property!  Choose Teller County today!






Teller County is the county that begins about 20 miles west of Colorado Springs.  Included as part of Teller County are cities and towns such as Woodland Park, Cripple Creek, Victor, Divide, Lake George, and more!  Teller County is home to over 20,000 people!


Teller County is known for its vast and broad options of activities and attractions. Teller County has many fun options for those looking for outdoor adventure such as horseback riding, hiking, four-wheeling, biking, fishing, golf, and also is home to attractions such as the casinos located in Cripple Creek to the Dinosaur Resource Center located in Woodland Park! 



The state of Colorado has 64 counties and Teller County is the 22nd most populous. The county seat is Cripple Creek. The main scene that brought people to the county before it was formed in 1899 was the discovering of gold in Cripple Creek. 

Currently, gold is still being mined up in Cripple Creek!  A fully operational gold mine, the Cripple Creek and Victor Gold Mine, can be visited by tourists as well! Cripple Creek is also home to many casinos and the Molly Kathleen Gold Mine that can be toured as well!




The Historic Triple B Ranch,  27640 North Highway 67
Woodland Park, Colorado 80863
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