The headquarters for the hunting adventures are conducted at the Cedar Ridge Ranch, just forty minutes northwest of Uvalde in the Texas Hill Country. Cedar Ridge Ranch is approximately 1,700 contiguous acres. The ranch property can be characterized as “hilly” with topographic changes in excess of 250’ making for spectacular views. Fertile soils support excellent habitat for wildlife as evidenced by a wide variety of animal species including White-tail Deer, Axis Deer, Black Buck Antelope, Aoudad Sheep, Corsican Sheep, Rio Grande Turkey, Quail, and Dove, as well as predators such as Bobcats and Grey Foxes.
Hunting sessions are held in large elevated blinds with stairs and porches that can accommodate three people. Guides, guest children and their parent / guardian are transported to their blinds in Polaris Rangers for the safety of all. Activities other than hunting will be planned for off hours, such as washers, horseshoes, board games and exploration as well as a number of unstructured activities. A large cavern, once inhabited by Native Americans, is present on site providing excellent opportunities for artifact hunting and education.
Construction has been completed on the nine bedroom lodge located on top of one of the prominent hills. Each of the bedrooms will be reserved for the guest child and their family member and is equipped with a private bathroom. The architectural style of the lodge can be described as “Texas Hill Country” in keeping with the regional character and will be furnished and equipped to provide comfort to our special guests. After the Sunday morning hunt, a devotional will be held prior to departing for home.
Fishing activities will occur in several locations including Caddo Lake, Sam Rayburn and from the banks of the Frio River near Campwood. Bay Fishing outings will also be planned.