Join an experienced ranch hand on one of our open air humvees and take in breathtaking views of mountain elevations up to 6,000 feet above sea level. Expect sightings of ranch animals as well as native wildlife. Stop at cultural and historical monuments like Carrizal Springs. See Native American rock art and abandoned rock houses and ruins which were once part of Shafter Ghost Town.
Whether you are a novice or an expert, horseback rider or somewhere between a horseback ride is the quintessential ranch experience. Ride out with a ranch wrangler, take in our magnificent mountain vistas and discover our springs and trails. Due to the terrain, we do not allow horses to run or canter. We require shoes or boots with a 1-inch heel and ask that you do not wear tennis shoes or sandals. Children must be eight years or older and accompanied by an adult.
Riding time approximately 1-1.5 hours. Minimum two riders. Maximum eight riders.
24-hour notice required to book this activity
Join an experienced ranch guide to explore Cibolo Creek Ranch’s numerous trails on a ranch all-terrain vehicle (ATV). Each path leads to unique areas where you can enjoy the rugged terrain and spectacular views in the heart of Big Bend Country. Be prepared to see a variety of birds and wildlife. The minimum age requirement is 16-years-old with a valid driver’s license.
One person per ATV or Viking. Minimum two people. Maximum six people.
Cibolo Creek Ranch is an excellent birding destination in West Texas, no matter what your level of experience. The hardest part will be deciding when to visit and which type of bird you want to see migratory birds in Fall or Spring, wintering birds around the holidays or breeding birds from late May to early August. Whichever you choose, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to see your favorite species at our resort. If you’re interested in breeding birds, we recommend staying at one of our historical forts, where the cottonwoods and fruit trees attract them in droves!
Big Bend Bike Tours
Angell Enterprises can take you on established, maintained mountain biking trails, old abandoned mining trails, maintained or primitive single and double track, or complete off-road rugged terrain.