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Ed Tweed, founder of Brusally Ranch loved to play his guitar for cowboys around a campfire, and in his home, the organ for friends and family.
The lake, fed by Browns springs seven miles away, was dug in the early 1900's by Mormon settlers to bring water to their town.
Orzel Park is a grassy garden of fountains and flowers surrounded by pines. A bench, table and chairs make it a frequent idyllic picnic spot.
The bridge is to a tiny island in the lake which wild ducks and blue herons enjoy.
Horses are free and happy in spacious, grassy pastures.
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The high-country Brusally Ranch guest season runs from June to October.
For more information or to make reservations, contact Shelley using one of the following numbers:
We offer beautiful scenery and a comfortable stay, surrounded by Sitgreaves National Forest.
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Entrance to Brusally Ranch