New Beginnings Ranch

Wilderness camp in southwest Colorado sharing Christ’s love through challenging outdoor adventures and peaceful private spaces.

Help Us Save Our Trees!

The Mountain Pine Beetle is attacking our trees and we need to remove trees before they fly to new trees in mid July.

Help Us Save Our Trees!

The Mountain Pine Beetle is attacking our trees and we need to remove trees before they fly to new trees in mid July.

Choose one of our cozy cabins for your next retreat at New Beginnings Ranch

Tent & RV Camping in the truest of wilderness in beautiful southern Colorado

Private Events

Private Events, weddings, retreats, family reunions, outdoor school site

Active adventure-based camp designed for teens but adaptable to any age.

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Our Story

The peaceful retreat that has grown into New Beginnings Ranch started as an inspiration in the heart of one woman. When Evelyn Carlson Turner (Evie) retired in 2006, she deeply wanted her resources and time to be useful to God, and she began praying for His guidance. At first, she didn’t seem to receive any answer, but as she persisted in praying for God to lead her, she finally received her answer. In her mind’s eye, Evie saw a beautiful mountain landscape with pine trees and water; and immediately, she knew that God was asking her to build a retreat on that land. She called her son DuWayne to share what she was feeling led to do, and his excitement for the idea confirmed to her that this was God’s will.

Get Directions

From Montrose, Colorado
Take Highway 550 south to Ridgeway. Turn right onto Highway 62 to Placerville and stay on Highway 145 toward Norwood. About 1 mile beyond the top of Norwood Hill, Turn left onto 44ZS (Lone Cone Road). If you go into Norwood, you have gone to far. About thirteen miles later, the road will fork. Turn right onto Miramonte Rd which turns into 31U. Go 5 miles, and turn right on to 39N. New Beginnings Ranch’s front gate is located about 1.5 miles from the beginning of 39N on the right side of the road. Look for a sign on the right side of the road. Stay on the gravel drive. The campground a little over 1 mile from the front gate.

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