saboranch on 09 Nov 2008 07:56 pm
Sabo Ranch also has renovated a century-old log settler’s cabin in the spacious grasslands near the inflow to Harrison Lake, a manmade reservoir. This cabin, beautifully restored by Mark Sabo and his brother Matt, sleeps 4-6 people, with additional space in the authentic teepee nearby.
For incredible solitude and incredible unpeopled vistas, book a night or a month. The only lodging on 6500 acres, this is a unique rental for birdwatchers, horse vacations (BYOH), solitary writing sessions, and family reunions.
A hookup for RV’s is also available, and the public boat launching ramp is nearby. Corrals and high quality grass hay are available for horses.
The cabin’s kitchen can be filled to order with a broad variety of locally produced foods, meats, vegetables, fruits, and grains, all produced without toxic chemicals, using traditional techniques for ultimate flavor and digestibility.
Harrison Lake is an important waterfowl stopover on Northern and Southern migrations– 140 different species of birds have been counted by local Audubon birders. Swans, geese, phalaropes, sand hill cranes, bald eagles, many species of ducks, all are waiting in spring and fall for birding enthusiasts. Pronghorn antelope and whitetail deer are returning, following the gentle management and rotational grazing for cattle on this working cattle ranch.