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The historic ranch is a place where people come to get away from their fast paced lives and settle down for a few days of relaxation, incredible meals and thrilling activities. Here at Ranger Creek Ranch, we offer all of the modern day lodging amenities while keeping the rustic and nostalgic feel of ranch life.
In order to extend the farming and ranching operation and as a means to introduce the public to this exquisite region of the state of Texas, Ranger Creek Ranch was founded in 1990 by Joyce and Gaylon Scott and their daughter Ranell Scott.
Ranger Creek Ranch’s roots are as deep as the mesquite trees that grow upon it. Parts of the ranch have been in the family since 1900.
In the beginning, the ranch was made available for private and corporate hunting leases and day Hunts, as well as private parties and corporate retreats. The operation ran from the office and often the kitchen table in the old ranch house.
In 1998, as a result of increasing demand, the family decided to renovate and rebuild a rustic old barn in grand Texas style. The resulting structure is now a fine example of grand Texas hunting style and purpose. Ranger Creek Ranch is happy to share this fine lodge and the surrounding land with discriminating guests from all parts of the world.
Today and going forward, Ranger Creek Ranch offers some of the best Waterfowl Hunting and Dove Hunting in the United States. Further, the canyons, cedar breaks, and mesquite flats offer Wild Hog Hunting, Whitetail Deer Hunting and free range Aoudad Sheep.
Even Further, Ranger Creek Ranch offers some of the best outdoor adventures in the nation. Ranger Creek Ranchoffers walking and riding trails through endless miles of scenic canyons, beautiful spring fed creeks, and acres of grass land. On these trails, our guests have the opportunity to see exquisite and elusive wildlife, incredible landscapes, beautiful foliage, and breath taking star filled nights.
This combination affords Ranger Creek Ranch guests unparalleled Big Game Hunting and Big Adventures in Texas.Ranger Creek Ranch is truly a photographers dream.
Our family invites you to join us. Come out, hunt, break a sweat and cool off in a spring fed pond, relax on the balcony watch the sun go down, breathe the fresh air and settle in to a slower paced life.
Gaylon and Joyce Scott accepting the Family Land Heritage Award in Austin, Texas. Gaylon’s ancestors settled the land that is now known as “Ranger Creek Ranch” December 10, 1900, and has been in the same family for over 100 years.
Ranger Creek is hosting another Live & Dine on April 28th from 5:00 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. The Live & Dine will feature a full menu of appetizers, main course, side dishes, dessert and live entertainment. Matt Wayne is a country artist from the Fort Worth area. He...
Ranger Creek Ranch is kicking off the new year with a contest. We know everyone enjoys a friendly competition, so we have developed the perfect contest: a MEGA HOG HUNT Contest. Check out the details below. Mega Hog Contest Rules: The Biggest Hog Wins the Contest...
We love hog hunting in October. Although the weather has been a roller coaster in temperature for the most part it has been some what cooler (some days) and have received good rains which always makes for hog hunting to be its best because the hogs are really on the...
Even though we have an XL Dove season this year and doesn't officially end until November 12, 2017 and then reopens December 15-31, 2017 we are winding it up. It has been a good season with only a few slow hunts, but the majority have been really good! Thanks to our...
If your group would like to schedule a Christmas Party at Ranger Creek Ranch, please call us at 940-888-2478 to schedule your date. You can click on the link below to see our Christmas menu for 2017. RCR Christmas 2017.doc
This weekend we had the privilege of hosting the Vera Earl Slaggle Feeders employee appreciation dinner. We served dinner straight from the grill with top-quality, ribeye steaks,mushrooms, twice baked potatoes, corn on the cob, and jalapeno poppers. We topped it off...
It is hard to imagine that it is July already! Where has the summer gone? We have been steadily busy with family and class reunions this summer. And those that don't mind braving the elements that summer presents have been out hog hunting. This evening we have a...