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New York City, NY

  • We are an 8-minute ferry ride from lower Manhattan and a 5-minute ferry ride from Brooklyn Bridge Park–affording much nicer views than the subway tunnels.
  • Please note: all guests must arrive via ferry. Click here for the schedule.
  • Don't worry about your luggage–upon arrival, our team will take it to your tent for you.
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Wimberley, TX

  • Collective Hill Country sits nestled in the juniper trees of Montesino Ranch.
  • Surrounded by 225 acres of ranch and organic farm, Collective Hill Country promises authentic Texas flavor with a modern twist.
  • In addition to ziplining and other outdoor adventures, there are ample wineries, music venues, and art galleries nearby.
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Ghent, NY

  • This bucolic retreat is set on Liberty Farms, a working organic farm and equestrian center.
  • Enjoy easy access to Hudson's stylish boutiques and design shops, as well as a variety of outdoor activities and historical sites.
  • Just a 2-hour, picturesque drive from New York City.
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Big Sky, MT

  • Collective Yellowstone has an enchanting high alpine feel, set on a freshwater pond and surrounded by towering mountains.
  • Enjoy access to Ulery’s Lake, a sandy swimming beach and dock stocked with canoes, kayaks, and paddleboards, as well as the members-only Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course within the Moonlight Basin Club.
  • Just an hour's drive from Yellowstone National Park.
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Wolcott, CO

  • Get a taste of pristine Colorado countryside while still being an easy drive from a modern resort town.
  • Surrounded by over 1,000 acres of working ranchland, Collective Vail sits on one of the first and largest ranches in the Central Rockies.
  • Don't forget to visit the on-site winery where you can sip local varietals and take in the astounding views.
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Sarah Moran

Reservations & Concierge Manager

Sarah grew up on a cattle farm in southwest Iowa. Thankfully, her family also had a serious case of wanderlust and spent most summers traversing the 50 nifty United States. After moving east, west and then east again (with a couple years abroad) she is back closer to home in Denver. After working in the nonprofit world, Sarah realized that relationship building and communication is what makes the world go ‘round and is excited to use both skills to help create memorable experiences for Collective guests.

Animal I Most Identify With:

Bear

Favorite Collective Retreats Spot:

Sleeping al fresco in the sumptuous king-size beds with 1,500 thread count sheets is my favorite part of any Collective Retreat stay.

Travel Ritual:

Having a delicious cup of tea each morning is a fantastic ritual that helps me feel grounded while also reminding me, “It’s a new day! Get out there and explore.”