Jasper, GA 30143
Get close to nature at Seventy-four Ranch. Ride, fish, learn to rope, shoot, star gaze or sit by the campfire. Kid-friendly adventures and romantic getaway packages are ready for you. Bring your pet and relax. The ranch is an easy drive from Atlanta and Chattanooga, and is located near the Appalachian Trail, Chief Vann House and Amicalola Falls.
Relax in rugged indulgence in the historic Butler-Cape House, built in the mid 1800s, or in our rustic cabins crafted in Western style. We are a working cattle ranch that caters to people who like to enjoy nature, animals and our history-filled region. Pets are welcome.
Come for the day or stay for the night, and choose from lots of activities: ranch tours, horseback riding, fishing, camping, stargazing, ghost tales and more. Delicious organic breakfasts are included with your overnight stay.
See what you have been missing, and come away with memories that will last a lifetime.
Info & Amenities
Hours of Operation
Sunday: All Day
Monday: All Day
Tuesday: All Day
Wednesday: All Day
Thursday: All Day
Friday: All Day
Saturday: All Day
Admission & Fees
1 Hour Riding $40.00
1/2 Day Trail Ride $115.00
Fishing in stocked Parker Pond $10.00
Full Day Trail Ride $200.00
Rooms in Butler-Cape House $85.00
Group Discount, Military Discount
Free Parking, Lodging On Site, Parking on Site, Self-guided Tours
Family-friendly, Handicapped Accessible, Pets Accepted
Group Rates Available, Group-friendly
Near Interstate Highway
American Express, Discover, Mastercard, Visa
Suitable for Ages
14th Annual Spring Cattle Roundup at Seventy-Four Ranch
04/17/2015 - 04/25/2015
Watch the Old West come to life as Seventy-four Ranch opens its gates for their 14th annual Spring Cattle Roundup. The Ranch's specially-bred Quarter Horses will be saddled at first light. Watch great riding and roping as Ranch cowboys demonstrate 1880s Western skills and drive our cattle to the corral. When the herd is gathered in the corral, you'll be able to see our horned Corriente cattle and Longhorns. Watch them up close while they brand and doctor the cattle. We'll explain why branding...read more