The vision of Seven Springs Ranch is to be a light on the hill bringing the community together. They have not yet opened their non-profit business to the community, but Tim and Julie Campbell have already had volunteers working at their 50 plus acre ranch.
Seven Springs Ranch is located off of East Black Canyon Road near Wild Rose Park. Tucked away surrounded by mountains and wildlife this Country Cowboy little town will soon be a full service event center for weddings, retreats, church events, civic and corporate events and hunting/fishing adventures.
This homestead property includes an old western town including a blacksmith shop, chapel, corrals, a general store, garden area, tack rooms, ponds, a machine shed, pastures and walking trails. Plans are to complete an event center for weddings, retreats, reunions with catering and sleeping accommodations.
Editor’s note: Watch for the upcoming story of how the Tim and Julie Campbell found the Seven Springs Ranch and were led to Gem County.