Events List for 2018

Canada Creek Ranch has a long history of members gathering at the Ranch and sharing in the celebrations that embrace our culture. This tradition is still embraced today as everyone looks forward to our annual events where members and their guests come together for friendship, celebration and shared memories of spending time together at CCR.  We have events for every season that have been a tradition for many years, and we are always adding more. Some events have been a tradition of the Ranch since our club began with our founding members, others have been successful new ventures that we are now looking forward to as a new tradition each year.

Trek & Trails Treat – Held on Martin Luther King Weekend at the Campground – Activities include:  Hike, Cross-Country Ski or Snowshoe the Campground Loop – Starting at the Campground Pavilion, the marked trail has appetizers, snacks, warm drinks, hot dogs, chili and dessert along the way.  Food stations are also accessible by vehicle for everyone not participating. 

Winter Jamboree – Held on President’s Day Weekend – Winter activities on Saturday are held at the beach and include Snow Sculpturing, Ice Bowling, Golf Putting, and a Hockey Shoot games for all the kids;  the Snowmobile Obstacle Course,  and Family Bingo Night followed by our Snowmobile Poker Run on Sunday morning.

Trout Opener  – The last Saturday in April is the Trout Opener, we stock Little Joe Lake each year with plenty of Trout... with anglers vying for some of the nicest trout in the area.  The dining reopens on Friday night to accommodate all our members who are up for the weekend.

Beach Bash – Held on the first Saturday in July – Activities include Kids Bluegill Derby which is held on Thursday morning prior to Beach Bash.  On Friday night the Ladies Auxiliary has their traditional Strawberry Festival at the Beach.  Saturday’s activities include a CCR Fun Run, Sand Castle building, and our Kids Bike Parade. Kids Games for ages under 6 years old include the Cake Walk, Bean Bag Toss, and Frisbee Toss. Kids Games for ages  7 – 16  include the Wheelbarrow Race, Egg Toss, and Potato Sack Race); and our Adult games for everyone age 16 & Older include the Football Toss, and Tug-of-War.  Our Beach Bash also includes Face Painting, Arts & Crafts, the Veterans Parade & Ceremony; followed by  our famous and much anticipated Raffle Prize Drawing, and Live Band Music Event on front lawn of Ranch House. The Beach Bash Event is topped off with our teen Beach Dance that includes a DJ spinning the favorite tunes. 

Labor Day Weekend Activities – On Saturday we have our Annual Campground Autumn Blast that is packed with all kinds of activities.  Additionally, we try to have our Rubber Duck Race at Wilson Bridge. On Sunday we have our CCR Arts Fair on the front lawn of the Ranch House.  We also try to have our Disc Golf tournament on Labor Day Monday for everyone to enjoy.

Halloween – Trunk & Treat & Party on the Ranch House lawn – Held on a Saturday near Halloween Day.

Hunter’s Round Up  – This long time tradition is held every year on November 14th, just before Opening Day of Deer Season.  We have a special dinner for all our hunters at 5:00pm followed by a program hosted by the DNR at 7:00 pm outlining this years hunting outlook and covering all the new hunting rules. During the after dinner program we pick our much anticipated Raffle Prize Winners for the coveted hunting prizes we give away each year at the Round-Up. The Ranch House offers early morning breakfast for all the Opening Day hunters in the Dining Room, and we offer sack lunches and hot thermos drinks that can be ordered for all the hunters who plan to spend the entire day outback in the woods chasing the elusive whitetail deer. Each year we issue a CCR specially engraved hunters knife to the first buck taken on Opening Day. And, for all the hunters who are staying at the Ranch House hotel rooms, we offer a free Wake Up Service each morning to ensure you aren't late getting up to be in your blind in time... yes, we bang a loud Gong each morning as a tradition to signify to the hunters "it's daylight in the woods!"