Way Out West
We are located in the remote area in West Texas, with plenty of room to explore and roam.
On this retreat Heroes and their families can enjoy a variety of activities or just relax.
Hiking & Exploring
With a mountain in the back yard, complete with rumors of caves, it's an adventure and a triumph, no matter how high up you make it up the mountain.
Fossil Hunting & Geology
With a unique geology, these ranges are full of surprising finds. Click here to learn more.
From cowboys and indigenous culture to dinosaurs, Catch glimpses of "Texas a Long,...Long Time ago."
All Terrain Vehicles
There are 3 ATV vehicles for exploring.
Just down the path, is a Prairie Dog colony. Catch them early for best viewing.
Boating & Fishing
The ranch has a pond on the property for paddle boating and fishing.
Explore the breathtaking views and connect with nature, while riding atop a hardy, experienced horse.
West Texas has some of the clearest skies for stargazing. Bring your own telescope or use the one we have on site. The Nearby Guadalupe Mountains are Ranked #7 in the US.
Outdoor & Board Games
Should the rain come, we have a well-stocked collection of board games and cards for your family.
For sunny weather, we have cornhole, tug-o-war, sack races, jump ropes, and more.
Fire up the grill for some burgers or barbecue, cook over an open campfire, or prepare your meals in the fully-functional kitchen.
Consider protein-rich bacon, eggs, & beans for breakfast.
Create Fireside Memories
Sing Around the Campfire while you roast marshmallows on a stick. Or perhaps s'more, if you like.
Desert Landscape Lends Itself to Worship and Meditation
Take advantage of the peace and quiet to meditate or worship in your own way.
Surround yourself with the beauty of the most resilient plants in nature.
Click here to learn more about the desert biome:
The Desert is known for its restorative properties.
"A growing body of research points to the beneficial effects that exposure to the natural world has on health, reducing stress and promoting healing. Now, policymakers, employers, and healthcare providers are increasingly considering the human need for nature in how they plan and operate."
Photos by Jodi Ingersoll Meyer, Deborah Ingersoll, or Robert Newman, unless otherwise noted.
The following photos are from public domain.
Stars' circular movement over mountain.
Stars' linear movement over mountains.
Musicians with Guitars
Steak on the grill