Stay With Us
Kick your boots off and relax...
The Fite Ranch headquarters is based at the now abandoned coal mining towns of Tokay, Carthage, and Kinney Wells. In the late 1800s and early 1900s, Tokay had it’s own currency which miners used for housing and goods. This historic building has been converted into hospitable accommodations ready for your visit. Sharing a border with Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge allows our guests convenient access to the thriving ecotourism of the area. With scenic views and dramatic outcrops that truly feature the open spaces of The West, we look forward to your visit!
Elise Marie Room
Old West cowgirl charm is the inspiration for this room. Decorated with old family photos from the early 1900s, this room provides a relaxing respite for any guest. With original cowgirl art by award winning artist www.lynnbrown.com, enjoy your stay revisiting history of the American Cowgirl.