This is a great place to trailer your horses and do some riding--the ranch managers Don and Janet are serious horse people and Don has set up trails for a variety of levels of riding. There is a nice snug bunkhouse close to the horse pens (bring your own bedroll or sleeping bag) as well. Its a working ranch, so there are cattle and other horses in corrals, but there is a round pen and an arena that you can use.. Ask Don about his "playgrounds"--he is a champion cowboy rider so he has set up all sorts of interesting obstacles along the trails for you and your horse to try out: the Texas two-step jumps, small bridges, side pass rails, and the like. Beautiful ranch. There is about a 7 mile dirt road to get to their ranch, but our horse trailer did just fine. Its a good graded dirt road. Bring your own horse feed; the bunkhouse has a microwave and coffee maker and a frig and an outdoor gas grill.
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