Dining at Hunter Peak Ranch

Guest Ranch DiningHunter Peak LodgeGuests Dining

The Carys invite you to have a wonderful dining experience. You will make new friends, share the day’s happenings & enjoy a homemade meal. Meals are made from scratch with fresh ingredients. Special attention to details make for healthy meals with variety throughout your stay. Menu changes daily for each meal. Dietary restrictions can be accommodated with advance notice.

Breakfast ($13.00 per person / $1 per year of child’s age)

            Expect a great breakfast to start your day off right. Served daily is juice, yogurt, fruit, eggs, milk, and coffee. Add pancakes, coffee cake, waffles, breakfast burritos, french toast with ham, bacon, or sausage, or biscuits & gravy, and hash browns to temp your taste buds.

Lunch ($12.00 / person)

            Lunches are packed and ready for pickup at breakfast time. Expect sandwiches, using a variety of breads, meats, cheeses, spreads, and vegetables (for vegetarians) or Cowboy Sandwiches (bread dough stuffed with stuff & baked), fruit, cookies (the homemade kind), veggies, and granola bars.

Dinner: ($25 per person /$2 per year of child’s age

            Sit down to a wonderful home cooked dinner to end your day. As you arrive in the dinning room, the smells from the kitchen will give you a hint of what's to come. As one guest remarked, "I don't know what is for dinner, but it is always good!" Guests are welcome to bring wine, beer, or drink of choice to have with dinner. Non-alcoholic beverages are served. A typical dinner starts with a tossed salad. Next follows, seasoned steaks grilled outdoors just to your liking, or chicken, pork, lamb, salmon, or your catch of the day - with American fried or baked potatoes, rice/vegetable casserole, or a pasta dish-along with a fresh tender steamed vegetable which could be green beans, broccoli, cauliflower, etc. - Fruit as a garnish or like applesauce with pork - fresh hot-out-of-the oven bread, quick bread, or biscuits and last, but certainly not least, a dessert, mix berry pie, choc/cherry cake, New York style cheese cake...


It is helpful to know your interest in meals one week before arrival. Some examples are: 'We will have breakfast every morning and dinner twice (the first dinner being on the day we arrive) during our week's stay." "We want to reserve dinner for the day we arrive and breakfast for the morning we leave." "We are on vacation and will not be doing any cooking. All meals with you." "We will not be having any meals in your dining room." Also indicate any dietary restrictions the cook should be aware of. For example, make known of a vegetarian diet, allergy to dairy, do not eat fish, etc.