Indian Ranch has been hosting live outdoor entertainment since 1946, making it one of the oldest concert venues in the country. It is an outdoor amphitheater situated on the shores of a beautiful lake with a record long name… Lake Chargoggagoggmanchauggagoggchaubunagungamaugg!
Our venue is the most intimate live concert venue in New England. The Mike’s Hard Lemonade Summer Concert Series at Indian Ranch offers concertgoers the opportunity to see their favorite artists in an intimate setting. Nestled between the scent of pine trees, every seat comes with a premier view of the beautiful Webster Lake.
Attending a concert at Indian Ranch is the perfect way to spend a summer day. Come early, enjoy the beach and listen to an artist on our Corral Stage.
More Than Seventy-Five Years of Music Tradition
Indian Ranch has been New England’s premier country music destination for decades. Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, Loretta Lynn, Charlie Daniels, George Jones…the giants of Country Music are all part of the Indian Ranch tradition. Indian Ranch has also been the launching pad for emerging country artists working their way to stardom. Toby Keith, Brad Paisley, LeAnn Rimes, Keith Urban, Kenny Chesney, Blake Shelton…all names that paved the path for the future of Country Music from Indian Ranch.
In the past Indian Ranch was known for being the Nashville of the North, but over the years our fans have asked us to branch into other types of music bringing the Indian Ranch experience to a new audience of music fans. In recent years, our lineup has expanded to feature classic rock, pop, roots rock, blues and acoustic music and artists such as Barenaked Ladies, Huey Lewis & The News, ZZ Top, Peter Frampton, Gavin DeGraw, 38 Special, BB King, The Mavericks, Pat Benatar, The Beach Boys and many more.
More than a Concert Venue
Most recently, Indian Ranch opened Samuel Slater’s Restaurant, the new onsite restaurant offering a lakeside dining experience.
The Indian Princess, one of the few authentic paddlewheel riverboats still in operation in the United States today, is docked at Indian Ranch. Offering scenic views of Webster Lake, the Indian Princess runs public and private tours from May – October.
Indian Ranch hosts a variety of private events, including weddings, holiday parties, corporate functions, class reunions, and more. Check out the Private Events portion of our website to learn more about the spaces we have available.
Indian Ranch is home to the Indian Ranch Campground. Made up of 200 sites, our campground includes full hook-ups, 50-amp service, free Wi-Fi and more. Camp for the weekend, month or entire season!
As far back as 1000 A.D. Native American tribes used the land Indian Ranch sits on for camping and fishing. In 1713, the British settled and shared fishing rights with the Indians on the lake they called Chargoggagoggmanchauggagoggchaubunagungamaugg. The name is one of the longest in the world and carries the folklore translation of “You fish on your side, I fish on my side, nobody fishes in the middle!”
In 1946, a local Native American promoter created a humble resort called Indian Ranch. He booked live entertainment which initially consisted of vaudeville acts, plays and hillbilly music. The stage was taken from a showboat and patrons sat on wooden logs. In the 1950s and 60s, entertainment included well-known TV personalities such as Rex Trailer and Bozo the Clown. Then in the 1970s, it started to focus on nationally known country music artists, later expanding its current repertoire of country, classic rock, pop, roots rock, blues, and acoustic music.
Over time the property was developed into a campground for RVs, a function hall was added for banquets and weddings, the Indian Princess for boat cruises, and most recently the Samuel Slater’s Restaurant, which opened its doors in summer 2018.
Click Here to learn about 2023 Insiders Club and Season Pass Memberships at Indian Ranch.
Street Address 200 Gore Road Webster, MA 01570
From New Hampshire / Northern Mass
Take Route 495 South to Route 290 West to Route 395 South and get off at Exit #2. Take a left onto Route 16. Indian Ranch will be approximately 1 mile on the right.
From Western Mass
Take the Mass Pike to Exit # 10 (Auburn) to Route 395 South and get off at Exit #2. Take a left onto Route 16. Indian Ranch will be approximately 1 mile on the right.
Take Route 395 North into Massachusetts to Exit #2. Take a right onto Route 16. Indian Ranch will be approximately 1 mile on the right.
From Rhode Island
Take Route 44 West to Route 395 North to Exit #2. Take a right onto Route 16. Indian Ranch will be approximately 1 mile on the right.
Take Route 146 North into Massachusetts to Exit #3 (Uxbridge/Douglas, Route 16). Take a left onto Route 16 and follow approximately 13 miles, Indian Ranch will be on your left.
We are interested in your comments and read every email. We consider all comments to constantly review and improve our levels of service and facilities. We do receive a high volume of emails and cannot guarantee an individual response to your questions or comments. Please read our Frequently Asked Questions before contacting us.
For general questions and concerns
Samuel Slater’s Restaurant
Private Events and Functions
508.943.3871 x 23
2022 Season Partnership Opportunities Available!
A partnership with Indian Ranch is a unique opportunity for your brand to engage with its target audience in the Southern New England area. With access to patrons at our amphitheatre, Samuel Slater’s Restaurant, and on the Indian Princess, Indian Ranch partnerships give brands a high level of visibility and exposure while allowing them to capitalize on the energy and excitement of the area’s best-known entertainment venue.
Partnerships come in a variety of forms with customization available to meet your specific needs. Benefits with the Indian Ranch Amphitheatre, Indian Princess, and Samuel Slater’s can include, but are not limited to:
- Interactive display at Indian Ranch Summer Concerts
- Ability to distribute premium items and product samples from your booth
- Signage at Indian Ranch
- Social Media/Web:
- Social media and web-based promotions utilizing Indian Ranch’s Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and via the Indian Ranch/Indian Princess email database
- Logo on Indian Ranch homepage carousel with link as well as on the Indian Ranch partner page with short description and link
- Sponsor’s name used as a keyword in an Indian Ranch text to win contest
- Inclusion of partner on Indian Ranch and/or Indian Princess print at home tickets
Sponsors may enjoy some of the following perks:
- Invitation to our VIP Sponsor and Press reception
- Insiders Club Membership for 2022 Concert Season
- General Admission Season Pass to the 2022 Concert Season
- Private Charter Cruise aboard the Indian Princess around Webster Lake
- General Admission tickets for the Indian Princess for the 2022 season
We’ll work with you to build a partnership that works for you!
For more information, please contact Joe Giacobbe at 508-792-6655 or [email protected]