Largest of the continental United States, within its 250,000 square miles everything in Texas seems bigger than life-size. And nothing stands taller than the legend of the cowboy. From its infancy Texas was founded upon cattle ranches where the renowned Texan cowboys mounted up to round up and drive the herds, and traverse its far reaching territories on horseback. Still a vital part of modern times, today’s visitors can experience this lifestyle on a guest or working ranch, and the excitement of a rodeo – an action-packed thrill, born in Texas back in 1883. The lone star state has a mild climate that offers ample opportunities to explore its wide-open spaces, lush forests and rugged mountain peaks or even take a break to go swimming and bird watching from the Texan beaches along the Gulf of Mexico. Marvel at its great cities of Dallas, Austin, Houston and San Antonio home to the historic Alamo, or just discover charming small towns that abound in this state.
The Mayan Ranch has been owned and operated by the Hicks family for almost half a century and combines the traditional warmth of Texan hospitality with up-to-date amenities. It is located 47 miles NW of San Antonio – of Alamo fame, high in the beautiful Hill Country of Texas....more >>>
Surround yourself in luxury at this upscale ranch resort and spa, located 90 miles northwest of Fort Worth. It is the perfect place to experience the wild side of Texas and explore the beautiful surroundings, whilst having first class service, fine dining and award winning wine list of a luxury reso...more >>>
The Dixie Dude Ranch is a 725-acre guest ranch near Bandera in the beautiful Texas Hill Country and offers the perfect western family vacation with horseback riding, outdoor activities, great food and comfortable lodging.You can set your own pace and within the package, the ranch offers 1-hour morni...more >>>