A breathtaking setting with a casual, comfortable, yet sophisticated air.
All trips begin and end from the BCA Lodge, which houses a fly shop, library, TV room, pool table and dining hall. The meticulous landscaping creates a relaxing common gathering area. Guests gather for appetizers and wine under the outdoor pergola, then move inside to the newly renovated lodge for dining on three courses prepared by the in-house chef. Most of the fresh produce served at the table is harvested daily from the bountiful gardens and orchards.
4,000 year-old petroglyphs (Native American drawings etched in rock), are just a short walk from the lodge. Three miles of The Lower Gunnison River wraps around the property providing private water fishing access; several stocked trout ponds offer casting practice and the chance to catch a really big fish. The farm grows houses a small vineyard with wine grapes grown on the property and wine made specifically for the guests. The 100-year old peach orchard, and working organic farm surrounding the property, makes the BCA Lodge a true oasis.