Activities Available:Cabins and Other Lodgings, Fishing, Hiking Trails, Swimming Holes, Wildlife and Wildflowers
This is a 5,500 acre privately owned restoration project that houses a man made bat cave, hiking/nature trails, dinosaur tracks and areas for swimming and fishing. Truly an amazing commitment to restoring what had been over-grazed rangeland. Black-Capped Vireo and Golden-Cheeked Warbler nest here as well. The preserve also hosts an annual Wildflower Field Day and provides land management workshops. The cabin is made of recycled materials and accommodates 4-10 people. There is a lot going on here and it really is a testament to how land can be restored where there is sufficient will and an ample supply of jack. You can always show your appreciation for this place by picking up some chicken at Church’s.