|Welcome to the Official Site of the Deer Springs Ranch Owners' Association and Deer Springs Ranch.
A spectacular 8,000 acres located in picturesque
Southern Utah, Deer Springs Ranch offers an escape from cares and worries. We offer a whole world of fun new things to see and do.
This is one ranch where you can explore trails through the woods, crisscross the pink cliffs or wander along natural springs. How you spend your day is up to you, but no matter what you choose, you'll have the time of your life.
We're lucky enough to be located in a truly beautiful part of the world with an abundance of nature, wildlife and breathtaking mountain vistas. Things at the Ranch move at a slower pace. That is one of the many desirable aspects of life at the ranch. While you are here, we hope you will take time to savor the small things that nature has to offer.
You're invited to attend the DSROA Annual Meeting & Election, to be held on
Saturday, September 14, 2019! The Official Meeting begins at 10:30 am at
Deer Springs Ranch Headquarters!
We look forward to seeing you at the ranch!
2019 Annual Election - DSROA Proposed Protective Covenants.
These will be voted on at the 2019 Annual Meeting. They are posted here
for Member review.
Please vote on this item in the upcoming election and encourage your member
acquaintances to do the same. For your information, 75% of the membership
voting affirmatively is needed to adopt these Protective Covenants, which
have been updated to current language and correlation with Utah State
guidelines. For questions regarding any items of concern, please email
email@example.com to submit and receive an answer to your question.
Summer 2019 Newsletter
Information - Dixie National Forest
Deer Springs Vegetation Treatment
"Purpose is to trend vegetation toward desired conditions per Forest Plan,
reduce risk of stand-replacing fire, improve wildlife habitat condition,
improve and maintain Meadow Canyon riparian ecosystem."
Deer Springs Ranch Wildfire Preparedness Plan
The Deer Springs Ranch area is considered a "Community at Risk" by the
Utah Department of Forestry Fire and State Lands (FFSL). A Community
Wildfire Preparedness Plan (CWPP) is required by the State of Utah to be
created and made available to residents and County administrators.
DSROA Member Matters page
DSROA Facebook page. Check it out.
DSR Online Directory
Click here for the Ranch Webcams
Member Discussion Group on Yahoo! Groups
View the Weather at the Ranch
Click here to send an email to the Board of Directors
For help with reservations or general information not covered on the website, contact:
DSROA Office Administrator, Mariah Wheeler,
OR (435) 644-3007.
(Office hours vary. Text, Email and Phone messages will be returned in a timely manner)
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