Cowboy and Wild Horses

About Us

Our Story

It was a dream of Gilbert Carillo and his late wife Julie to build a rodeo ranch. After retiring from bull riding and training bucking bulls, Julie and Gilbert wanted a place that locals and visitors could live and visit the rodeo life. Julie began work on the Rodeo Ranch and completed all of the planning prior to her death in June 2017. Gilbert and their children worked hard to continue her dream and complete the construction of 4C’s Rodeo Ranch. 

Image by Carlo Borella
Image by Melissa Newkirk
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Ranch Rules

  • One Dog Per Camper

  • All Horses, Ponies And Mules Must Have Current Negative Coggins And Health Papers

  • All Dogs And Cats Must Have Current Vaccinations And Rabies Shots 

  • Observed Abuse To Any Animals Will Not Be Tolerated

  • Use Of Stalls In The Indoor Arena Is Prohibited 

  • Tying Horses Up Next To Stalled Horses In Indoor Arena Is Prohibited 

  • No Storage Of Old Trucks, Cars, Boats, Etc. At Cabins Or RV Sites 

  • No Unruly Behavior Or Parties 

  • No Thru Traffic 12AM-6AM

  • 15MPH Speed Limit

  • All Stalls Must Be Cleaned Daily

  • $35 Per Guest Horse

  • No Disrupting The Peace

  • All Trash Needs To Be Disposed Of In Dumpsters

  • Any Firearm Possessions Need To Be Made Aware Of To The Manager 

  • Entry To The Cabin Apartments And RV Spots Through Designated Entrance Only 

  • 4C'S Rodeo Ranch Has The Right To Evict Anyone From The Premises That Is Deemed
     

Property Map

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