The Ranch is amazing! The lodge has plenty of room. A large family area with a television/DVD player and multiple seating for movie watching, an extra couch for just sitting and reading, and a card table for whatever you choose. The kitchen area is open to the family area, and has a very large table for meals. We used the card/game table for meals as well. The furniture is very authentic 50th style, and it has been updated in a very charming way. (It seems like some of the furnishings are really from the 50's but they do not seem like they have been used at all, yet other things like cabinets, or the cute blue formica in the kitchen are a dead giveaway-full of character.) The bunk rooms, also attached, are amazing. My favorite. It allowed for us to sleep all the girls in one room and boys in the other. The beds were very comfortable and the linens were nice. Each has it's own full bathroom with shower. The bathrooms are nice and the place was really clean. There is a game room with another 2 very large dining tables, but we never even used that space. It has a full bathroom and a ping pong table. We did enjoy the back patio and firepit. We stayed out there for hours. The lighting is beautiful at night, and it made for great family discussion. There is Wifi and a code provided, but I wish we never discovered it. Once out on the enormous property, there is very spotty service, again a nice touch when traveling with teenagers. This place is amazing for large extended families with lots of kids/teenagers. The obstacle course is super fun, and really tough. The paintball (or bring your own airsoft) is crazy! There are trenches and towers and all kinds of great places to hide. The driving/archery range is very close by. You can walk to the swimming hole and see the dinosaur tracks and dig for fossils (I could have done that all day). The kids also enjoyed the tennis court right outside the lodge. Once in your car, you pass into the wildlife area, and it is worth a drive early in the morning with coffee in hand, We saw wild turkeys, wildebeest, bison, all kinds of birds, llamas, donkeys, horses. Paul, the amazing Ranch Hand, gave us tours, told us historic stories, and was extremely accommodating! The kitchen is not brand new, but we were able to cook all weekend for everyone. The grill outside was great too! The pictures do not give the lodge a true account of it's charm, nice furnishings, and cleanliness. It doesn't disappoint.