Lonesome Dove Suite / Tombstone Suite
BEST DEAL INCLUDING MEALS & ACTIVITIES Stay with us one, two or four nights to experience all we have to offer. We take care of 1 to 4 guests at a time. Single or double occupancy for the Lonesome Dove or Tombstone suites. Price includes: Room, experience as many activities as you like and eat a variety of home cooked country meals. Pricing starts at $249 per person for a one night two day adventure. Check "Booking" for all options
RELAXING - BREAKFAST AND LIMITIED ACTIVITES Room Only, Single or Double Occupancy for the Lonesome Dove or Tombstone suites. Includes leisure activities and breakfast. Pricing is $149 per night for single or double occupancy.
Lonesome Dove Suite
The Lonesome Dove Suite is based after the greatest western mini-series of all time. It stars Tommy Lee Jones as Cap'n Woodrow F. Call and Robert Duvall as Cap'n Agustus McCrae. You'll feel like one of the cast being surrounded by various quotes taken directly from the movie. The suite is over 500 Sq feet and comes with a comfortable king sized bed, ensuite full bath, sitting area, 55" high definition TV with dvd player and free western movies as well as direct tv, raised dining/gaming table, stocked mini fridge and microwave included. This suite sports spectacular views of Chimney Top Mountain, the acre and a half pond and the pastures of the ranch.
The Tombstone Suite is based after the true to life story of the gunfight at the OK Corral staring Kurt Russell as Wyatt Earp and Val Kilmer as Doc Holliday. The room is complete with a desert mural, art work and several of the greatest quotes from the movie. The suite is over 500 Sq feet and comes with a comfortable king sized bed, ensuite bath, sitting area, 55" high definition TV, dvd player with several western movies and direct tv, raised dining/gaming table, stocked mini fridge and microwave included. This suite overlooks the acre and half pond and Paradise Holler.
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Activities included with overnight stays and can be customized for you and your group.
Stay as busy or as relaxed as you choose.
------Horse care 101 ((Pre-requsite and required for all horseback rides)
------Horseback pasture and mountain ride (Guided)
-----Axe Throwing -- Throw like Davy Crockett with a variety of axes (supervised)
-----Shotgun & 22 rifle and 22 pistol shooting, Ear/Eye protection, gun and ammo provided (supervised)
-----Archery Experience (Shoot a target for practice then test your skills on 3d Deer and Bear (Supervised)
-----Catch and release fishing in the stocked pond for bass, bluegill and catfish (initially guided)
----Country cooking class: Homemade pies, Cowboy cookies or Homemade bread, (instructor driven)
(When Booking Room Only)
Leisure time activities, snacks & breakfast only:
Hiking, cornhole, pedal boat, hammock, infinity massage chair, movies. (Self guided)
(All meals included with 1 night and 2 night packages)
Sample of Evening Meals (Menu Customized for Guests)
Evening One (sample):
Hobo dinners cooked on the open fire with s'mores (weather permitting) or Dutch oven chicken and cobbler prepared in the "courtyard". Lasagna, Steaks or Homemade Chicken noodle soup.
Evening Two (sample):
Home cooked pot roast with homemade tapioca pudding and ice cream or Kabobs with chicken, beef, shrimp and vegetables on the Traeger & tapioca pudding and ice cream
All meals featuring mostly home grown beef, dairy, pork, eggs and seasonal Vegetables
Breakfasts made to order and can include:
Waffles, pancakes, French toast w/bacon or sausage, and eggs
Eggs, toast, grits, bacon or sausage
Homemade Biscuits and gravy
Poached eggs over toast.
Lunch made to order and can include:
Chicken pasta salad
Mini chopped pizzas..... the making of which is an experience all it's own.
Turkey Avocado Wraps
Hamburgers/ hotdogs cooked on the Traeger or the open fire.
Sample Itinerary for One Night Stay
For a one night stay your choice of accommodations include:
1. The Lonesome Dove Suite
2. The Tombstone Suite
Check in time: 3:00-4:00 pm Settle into your themed suite: “Lonesome Dove” room or the "Tombstone” room. Both suites provided with private personal facilities and more (see room details above).
4:15 pm meet in the great room for safety instructions and some brief paperwork.
5:00 pm Head out to the hitching posts to meet "your horse" Learn the basics of horse care, saddle and bridle your horse. Learn how to sit the saddle and how to control your horse.
Horsemanship skills will include:
a. How to saddle a horse correctly and safely.
b. How to bridle a horse correctly and safely.
c. How to adjust tack to your personal skill level and size.
d. How to adjust your weight and balance as the horse moves.
e. How to communicate with your horse effectively.
f. What to watch for to know if your horse is nervous or anxious.
5:30 pm Take your first ride into the pastures and lower mountain trails. Here you will learn what to do as you go up and down hillsides and be able to predict how your horse will react over various terrain.
7:00 pm: Gather in the kitchen and prepare your own delicious tinfoil “hobo” dinner to be cooked over a campfire down at "Paradise Holler". This dinner features locally grown beef and vegetables for delicious “farm to table” freshness. Finish the evening with a marshmallow roast and make s'mores over the campfire. Enjoy chatting and listen to stories about Davy Crockett, Daniel Boone, and other legends of the area. After dinner, relax, maybe take the kayak or the peddle boat out on the 1.5 acre pond, and feed the fish which include catfish, bluegill and bass. Catch a glimpse of "bubba" the 15 pound catfish and godfather of the pond. You can try your skill in a game of corn hole, walk around the property, or gather in the great room. You may decide to relax in your suite with popcorn and a western movie of your choice, watch direct tv, read a book or take a turn in the Genesis Infinity massage chair before retiring for a restful night’s sleep.
Day Two: Awake at your leisure and enjoy a morning walk around the pond or property, some early morning catch and release fishing fun, or relax in the lawn chairs with a cup of coffee or juice as breakfast is prepared.
8:30 - 9:00 am: Enjoy a home cooked country breakfast which could include bacon or sausage, frontier flapjacks, farm-fresh eggs, southern grits, seasonal fruit, and breakfast beverages.
9:30 - 11:00pm: Gather again in “Paradise Holler” for a chance to test your skills shooting a shotgun at clay pigeons electronically launched at various angles. You will be outfitted with electronic sound protection and protective glasses for your experience. Choose between a 20-gauge or a 12-gauge shotgun. Participants will shoot 25 shots each to test their skills. Each guest will test their abilities shooting 25 clay pigeons launched at various angles to vie for bragging rights of the day. Then test your target skills with a Henry 22 rifle and 22 revolver to see if you can break the EFA record.
11:00 - 11:30 Check out and say good bye until next time.