Eagle Ranch is a master planned “traditional” community comprising 1,750 acres of land adjacent to the Town of Eagle, Colorado. The master plan includes: 1,100 dwelling units of varying densities, a mixed-use 120,000 square foot Town Center, 18 hole public golf course designed by Arnold Palmer, an elementary school, public parks, open space system and network of hiking and biking trails.
The historic ranch headquarters was re-vitalized to serve as a community recreation center, augmented with community gardens for residents. The ranch buildings also serve as an educational center for residents with regard to wetlands preservation and other environmental programs.
An overriding theme for the community, was to emulate historic mid-century “home town” communities and experiences as embodied in Norman Rockwell paintings.
Introduction to The Eagle Ranch Theme
Aerial View of Ranch
Eagle Ranch Master Plan in Relation to the Town of Eagle
“Traditional” Street Grid and Development Pattern
Open Space and Trail Network
Central Community Park and Commons
“The Office Is Closed”