1) Pitch your tent under the giant mesquite tree, there is vehicle access. The back of the property has the most wildlife and if you are quiet you will see: deer, coyotes, fox and maybe even a mountain lion.
The site is an old south Texas farmstead that has had two previous homes here and for white settlers dates back to the early 1800’s. The creek that runs behind the property was a trail used by Indians and the Spanish to travel from Laredo to San Antonio. An old Currier/ Blacksmith shop once sat near the home site to the Southwest and serviced those travelers and cowboys. We've got some ghost stories!
This site has a constant breeze from the southeast and raptor birds sometimes use the thermal updrafts to gain altitude. The secluded RV spot is next to barn at the back of the property and faces the hay fields, there is a walking path around the 23 acres, cattle come and go, a goat lives nearby and wild life is a regular occurrence in the hay fields. Wildlife area adjacent, there has been a Mountain Lion spotted there, along with turkey, armadillo, fox, coyote and more. Many raptor birds.
The ranch is sustainable with photovoltaics, (solar panels), water harvesting and compost toilet. The Sustainable Farmhouse is a Gold LEED certified.
The rural area is known for the scenic bicycle rides or motorcycle rides. We hold weddings at the main ranch house.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Super Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: None
- Accepts bookings: 2 months out