Welcome to LPR

On behalf of the Lost Park Ranch Owners Association Board of Directors and the homeowners of Lost Park Ranch, we welcome you to our community. Over the coming months we look forward to meeting you, whether it be walking down the roads, on the stream or at a community activity.
The operation of your homeowners association is governed by a board of volunteer Directors. The six Board Members are elected on a staggered basis by the community. Elections are held at the annual homeowners meeting in August. The Board is responsible for overseeing the daily functions and financial responsibilities of LPROA, and for maintaining members’ compliance with the established rules and guidelines. Please take the time to read through the Covenants and Bylaws you received during the purchase process. Copies are available on our website.
As a new owner, you are probably excited about using your property. If you decide to place a camping unit on your property, be aware that Park County has restrictions on the total number of days per calendar year allowed. You may also have ideas on how you’d like to improve your property. Please keep in mind, LPROA has an Architectural Control Committee to help maintain the quality of our neighborhood. Its function is to evaluate the plans for all exterior landscaping, repairs and remodeling. Before you begin any construction (a fence, a shed, or an entire dwelling); install a septic system; or make exterior alterations such as installing a new roof or exterior painting, submit an application to the ACC. The purpose of this review is to protect our scenic environment and maintain the value of our homes.
If planning to operate a Short Term Rental (STR) in Lost Park Ranch, LPROA expects owners to have an active Park County, Short Term Rental Permit and ensure that their guests are properly informed of Park County's rules and regulations pertaining to STR's.  It is important to note, Park County prohibits STR guests from having open fires, which include campfires and charcoal grills. LPROA also expects owners of a STR to ensure that their guests are informed of LPROA Covenants and Bylaws which include no access to the TFC (Fishing) Easements or recreational use of ATV's on any lot in Lost Park Ranch.  All roads in Lost Park Ranch are Park County maintained and ATV's are prohibited from using those roads to access adjacent National Forest Roads.  STR owners are directly responsible for their guest actions are subject to LPROA Enforcement Policies.
Lost Park is nearly surrounded by Pike National Forest and the Lost Park Wilderness Boundary is within a few miles of the community.  These wildlands provide excellent habitat for bears, mountain lions, bobcats and other predators.  Please be mindful that trash, trash cans, bird feeders, coolers. outdoor grills, pets and pet foods are all attractants for those predators as well as other wildlife that predators target. 
LPROA Board of Directors