The Couples Massage Suite

This suite came with steam shower, private patio with jacuzzi and fire pit outside.

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Charli waiting to check in and warming by the fire!Stunning in the lobby!The lovely kid's room in the villaOur sweet kitchen in the villaNice courtesy vans all over the resort propertyChilling in the living room of the villaOur friendly wild boar having a snackView from our ride hike!From Trail Ranch Wildcat Chuck Cecil with owner and guide RussThe horse riding begins with our little friendsGetting ready to ride off!From the back seat of Sandy's Jeep!Full-blooded Apache Indian Sandy from Old West Trail Tours!The family and our Charli's friend, K bear!Chuck making the best of a couples golf day!A beautiful welcome fire!These sweet creatures are remarkableA happy girl holding her new friendButterfly Wonderland!The adult only Spa poolThe "trick" birthing pool!View from the main poolWaterfall of the Boulders. The day we were there a Bobcat was having a drink!Just basking in the lightThe couples massage! I didn't want to leaveIn the organic gardenYUMMM!!!So relaxing in my tipiPost-massage a couple and relax in their own jacuzziA Native American ExperienceAfter chilling in my tipiOrganic garden with herbs, flowers and veggies. It's a delight!Come and smell!Get in some exercise at the Spa's many private and group classes and gym!Our private jacuzzi off couple massage roomThe spa!The spa lobbyA quiet place to pray and meditate!The main pool!Who needs a car?The golf course viewAdore the villasCouples golf day!Our happy place!Trail riding!Inside tipiIn the tipi
Carrie Cecil About Carrie Cecil

Carrie Gerlach Cecil has been creating literary, television, film, online and live content for over a decade. A sample of her works includes the novels "One Sunday" and "Emily's Reasons Why Not," which was adapted into a single camera comedy for ABC that she co-produced. She and her daughter, Charli, created the book "Charli & Wilbur: A Dancing Dog's Dream" and the web-television adventure, The Glamper Girls. Cecil contributed to New York Times editor Richard Sandomir’s book "The Enlightened Bracketologist: The Final Four of Everything" and penned the highly sought-after memoir "Dancing For The Devil" with Anny Donewald. She's written for the Huffington Post among others. Cecil is married to St. Louis Rams defensive coach Chuck Cecil. For more information, visit

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