Tabernash Real Estate and Community Information


Are you looking for the ultimate rural getaway in the Rocky Mountains? Look no further than the fantastic community of Tabernash. This census designated place in Grand County has a population of a little more than 400, but offers a truly outdoor wonderland for it’s residents! There are incredible recreational facilities located throughout the community and surrounding area that can be utilized all year round. Real estate in Tabernash is dominated by condos, single family homes, and townhomes. These homes are a great Base Camp for your perfect outdoor lifestyle. With its close proximity to larger cities and resort communities, such as Granby, Fraser, and Winter Park, Tabernash allows residents to have it all: a peaceful quiet life in the stunning Colorado landscape near all necessary amenities and facilities.


Recreation in Tabernash


Tabernash is a paradise for anyone that loves to be active by spending time in the great outdoors! The Colorado Rockies serve as your personal playground, offering amenities for whatever you and your family love to do outside. Devil's Thumb Ranch (3530 County Road 83) in Tabernash provides 6,000 acres of recreational facilities that can be enjoyed all year round. During the summer, visitors to the ranch have access to many fun activities. There is paddleboarding on the private pond and fly fishing along Ranch Creek and the Fraser River. Explore trails for hiking and horseback riding. Mountain biking is a popular summer time activity in the area and the trails on the ranch connect to the 600 miles of biking trails located throughout Fraser Valley. Adventure seekers can ride the 5 zip lines , archery and geocaching.  Are you a Mountain Climber? Tabernash and the Winter Park area feature excellent opportunities for adventurous climbing to gorgeous views.  Winter is the main attraction in this mountainous landscape. Devil’s Thumb Ranch is the premier Nordic center in the state. There are more than 62 miles of trails for cross country skiing. The trails can also be used for snowshoeing and fat biking. Horseback riding is also available in the colder months. Slide down the tubing hill or skate around the outdoor rink. If you love downhill skiing or snowboarding, Winter Park Resort (85 Parsenn Road, Winter Park) is located less than 10 miles away. There are other great recreational facilities in Tabernash. Pole Creek Golf Club (6827 County Road 51) is Grand County’s only public 27 hole golf course. Golfers of all skill levels will love to hit the green on this beautiful course.

Tabernash is located between Rocky Mountain National Park and Arapaho National Forest offering more opportunities to explore the area’s incredible natural wonders.

Shopping, Dining, and Entertainment in Tabernash


Although a small mountain community, residents will find shopping, dining, and entertainment venues located right in Tabernash. There are several local stores located along U.S. Route 40. Looking to grab a bite to eat? Devil’s Thumb Ranch has a delicious dining and cafe options, namely Heck's Tavern, Ranch House Restaurant & Saloon, and Hallowed Grounds Coffee Shop. Other favorite restaurants in town are Tabernash Tavern (72287 US 40) and Bistro 28 at Pole Creek. Year round, residents and visitors enjoy the Grand County Concert Series at Church of the Eternal Hills (515 County Road), which presents classical concerts performed by world class musicians and performers with a dessert reception afterwards. For more shopping, dining, and entertainment options, the communities of Granby, Fraser, and Winter Park all have much to offer within a short driving distance.


Transportation in Tabernash


Residents in Tabernash can easily travel throughout Grand County and the surrounding Rocky Mountain area thanks to U.S. Route 40 which runs through town. Granby is located approximately 11 miles northwest along highway 40 and Fraser is located around 4 miles southeast of Tabernash via the route.