Since 1953, Flying W Ranch in Colorado Springs has served up chuckwagon suppers to more than 600 people a night, six nights a week, to visitors from all over the world.
Secluded high above Colorado Springs, this breath-taking 1400-acre working cattle ranch continues to keep the old west alive.
Almost 8 million people have visited Flying W Ranch since it opened almost 70 years ago.
It hasn’t always been that way, though. At the height of Flying W Ranch’s popularity, the Waldo Canyon Fire destroyed virtually all but a handful of buildings on the property. It took eight years for the Ranch to reopen its doors in 2020.
The highlight of the evening is a one-hour concert put on by the world-renowned Flying W Wranglers —a delight for guests of all ages.
The Flying W Wranglers have entertained on international stages, performed with world-class symphonies, and are well deserving of the music awards they’ve won.
Leigh Ann Wolfe (shown on the right), the third generation owner of the Ranch, runs the show now, but it was her grandparents who first dreamt up the idea for this entertainment venue.