This working cattle and horse ranch, just north of the Garden of the Gods, encompasses a Western village of more than a dozen restored buildings and a mine train. There are also demonstrations of Navajo weaving and horseshoeing. A Western stage show features bunkhouse comedy, cowboy balladry, and foot-stompin’ fiddle, mandolin, and guitar music. From mid-May to September the town opens each afternoon at 5pm (Thurs–Sun in Sept); a chuck-wagon dinner (barbecued beef or chicken, potatoes, beans, biscuits, and cake) is served ranch-style at 7pm, and the show begins at 8pm. The winter steakhouse is open October to December and March to May on Friday and Saturday, with seatings at 5 and 8pm and a Western stage show at each seating.