Family reunions require enough space and diverse activities to please the whole crowd. Here are the best stress-free spots to accommodate a big group
At the end of a dirt path is secluded Red Rock Ranch, with rolling mountain views and wide-open skies. Built in 2001 by Rick Prill, this rustic ranch is for the low-key, DIY brood. “Families can come here and pick what they want to do, and only pay for that,” Prill says of his a la carte activity menu. Divide your time between three houses nestled beside one another. Each sports a gourmet kitchen where you can come together over treasured family recipes. Assign who gets to cook—and clean—over a game of horseshoes at the outdoor pits. The western-styled saloon is a big hit among the over-21 family members.