We Exist to Help Families, Businesses & Communities Prosper
At Brush Ranch River Lodge we believe that sometimes the only way to really connect with family, friends, or colleagues – the people we care about and work with, is to spend time with them away from the noise of life. Away from TVs, and cell phones and the Internet, in a place where the only sounds are the ones made by the water and the wind.
At Brush Ranch we let nature do the work. Whether it’s helping families get to know each other again, building stronger teams or just spending time on the river and by the campfire with old friends, the Ranch was designed to give our guests the time to get to know themselves again and connect with the people who really matter to them.
A historic guest ranch on the banks of the Pecos River deep in the Santa Fe National Forest, Brush Ranch is the perfect setting for your next family gathering, social event, or corporate retreat. Become a part of our history.
Imagine a romantic wedding in a beautiful mountain setting, surrounded by family and friends. Brush Ranch is the perfect spot for your dream celebration. Our cabins and facilities provide everything you and your guests need to celebrate, while our beautiful 35 acres provide the picture perfect backdrop for your special day.
Step out of your day to day routine and focus on what is important. The Ranch is the ideal spot for your team and our development programs are custom designed to meet your needs. Build stronger connections within your business and provide a setting for relaxation with no distractions.
Let nature do the work during your stay at Brush Ranch, where the only sounds are the ones made by wind and water. Get away from your everyday life and reconnect with family, friends, and colleagues.
Step into the wild, experience nature at its purest. Fish the Pecos, take a walk, or just watch the clouds and listen to the Aspens. The ranch is your gateway to adventure.
Brush Ranch offers a Challenge Ropes Course, operated by “On the Edge Productions.” They can create a team building experience that matches your team and your objectives, whether it’s part of a corporate retreat or a family gathering or event.
Located on the banks of the Pecos River, in the Santa Fe National Forest, Brush Ranch has a long and storied history. Today it is a private mountain retreat of 8 fully restored log cabins, several lodges, and meeting facilities, which perfectly blend the architectural history of the ranch with the modern comfort of today.
With 8 cabins, multiple lodges, and meeting facilities, the ranch is ideal for a wide range of social, family, and business events. We host weddings, family reunions, and corporate retreats, with flexible meeting, dining, and entertainment facilities.
Sitting on 30 acres along the banks of the Pecos in the Santa Fe National Forest, each of our cabins is unique and combines its own original charm with modern comfort. Our cabins can accommodate groups of up to 50 people for overnight stays.
Explore New Mexico
There is so much to see and do around Brush Ranch, from hiking to natural hot springs to world class skiing, experiencing UNESCO heritage sites and native Pueblos, or even visiting the home studio of some of New Mexico’s most famous artists. We’re also just a short drive to the world class art, culture, shopping, and dining of the City Different – Santa Fe.
Brush Ranch has a rich history with deep New Mexico roots, and has gone through many owners and iterations over its long history. From guest ranches and private retreats to schools and summer camps, come and learn more about the history of Brush Ranch.
DRIVING DIRECTIONS FROM ALBUQUERQUE OR SANTA FE:
Head North on I-25 approximately 70 miles to Exit 299, NM-50/Glorieta/Pecos exit. When you exit the interstate, turn left and go across the bridge; turn right onto NM 50 to Pecos. It is exactly 5.9 miles to Pecos and you will turn left at the first 4-way stop sign onto Highway 63 North. From the stop sign it is exactly 10.8 miles to the gate of Brush Ranch, which will be on your right, just past the Fire Station. IMPORTANT! Do not rely on your cell phone navigation system for directions! Once you pass the Monastery you will NOT have cell phone coverage.