While a guest at Pinon Springs, you might wake to the roosters crowing, the smell of biscuits baking in the Dutch oven or bacon frying.  Your eyes are not betraying you when you step out of your residence and head down the street to the dining hall. You can even dress in the fashions of the late 1800s. You are welcome to bring your own attire or stop in our tailor shop to pick out some duds.

After breakfast, you may hear clanking as the hammer strikes the anvil down at the livery stable or the rich smells of saddles and horses inviting you to your morning ride. There is a special feel in a morning ride up the gulch watching the world awake as the sun peers down on Mount Haggin or on the red rocks on Stucky Ridge.  No matter the season, it is truly breathtaking.