Our roads are being torn up by people doing donuts or burn outs with their atvs etc. It is very expensive to repair our roads! Please do not treat our roads as a playground! It is up to all of us to make sure any of our guests or family members understand this as well. If extra road work is needed due to negligence, then expect the yearly dues to increase!
Fruitland, Utah is an unincorporated community in western Duchesne County, near the Uintah and Ouray Indian Reservation.
As local Real Estate Broker, Eileen Anderson, describes it:
"We are a one-horse town where things are a little backwards. Your garage needs to be bigger than your cabin - you'll have more toys than furniture. Guitars, laughter and friends catch the sunset. Leave the stove behind - firepits and barbeques serve up a chef's best secrets...so retire here, be a snowbird, spend weekends, or just come up once in a while when you need recharging. The camping can be as primitive as you can handle or as luxurious as you need."
Bandanna Ranch Homeowner's Association Dues are currently $185.00 per year, and payable to:
Bandanna Ranch HOA
HC63 Box 270201
Fruitland, Utah 84027
We are trying to make it easier to access info about Bandanna Ranch. The BEST way is by coming here to our web site. Please check this site regularly and spread the word about it to friends/family/guests etc.
* DEFENSIBLE SPACE
A photo of Bandanna Ranch's first grass fire of the season (6/3/2018). Forecasters predict a dryer season than normal this year.
Please use caution and be
Bandanna Ranch Homeowner's Association © TomBrown
Bandanna Ranch Homeowner's Association
HC63 Box 270201 - Fruitland, Utah 84027
This Dumpster Fire occurred over a weekend
at the main entrance.
Please, do not place hot coals in the Dumpsters!
This activity could result in devastating results
for other lot owners and the surrounding area.
Valuable resources are used to extinguish these fires, including the utilization of the
Fruitland Volunteer Fire Department.
Bandanna Ranch and Thunder Ridge Airpark reside within a gated community and are governed by respective Homeowner's Associations.
It is each landowner's responsibility to know and follow the rules as set forth by the HOAs.
Like most family communities, the ranch is not immune from occasional lawlessness such as break-ins and traffic violations. We encourage all lot owner's to secure their property when away, and to be alert for any suspicious activities, and to report such activities to the land owner, the respective trustee (see CONTACTS)
and/or Law Enforcement.
In case of Emergency:
Duchesne County Sheriff: