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Starting at $750 per room per night
6062, State Highway 16 South, Graham, Young County, Texas, 76450, United States
Starting at $250 per room per night
A unique escape from the city, Wildcatter Ranch is located in the heart of the beautiful North Texas Hill Country. With nature and history surrounding the ranch, experience a one of a kind stay with upscale western accommodations, guided activities with local Texas cowboys, and enjoy hand-cut mesquite grilled steaks at Wildcatter Steakhouse. Whether you are looking for a romantic getaway, family vacation, conference or wedding venue, Wildcatter Ranch is an unforgettable destination.
Unique Features: Wildcatter Ranch Resort offers Brazos River Sunset Rides. An unforgettable experience, riding along the Brazos River to view the beautiful Texas Sunset. Wildcatter guide will assist you with dismounting to relax and take in the full sunset. Add-ons include: Campfire, S’mores, Becker Cabernet or Chardonnay, six pack of beer, and Meat and Cheese tray.
Accommodations: Whether your stay is for business or pleasure, Wildcatter Ranch offers a variety of different beautiful guest homes, upscale cabin suites and charming hotel rooms that all include special amenities to make your stay unforgettable. The ranch features 41 guest rooms located throughout the 1,500 acre ranch.
As Suite As It Gets: When money is no object, go for the Homestead.
Dining: Compliment your getaway with Texas cuisine from Wildcatter Steakhouse. The restaurant features hand-cut Mesquite grilled steaks, Chicken Fried Steak, weekly specials and many local favorites. Reservations are required for dining.
Activities: Enjoy group trail rides or private rides with a wrangler. With 25 miles of riding trails onsite, there will be plenty of sights and beauty to experience during your time at Wildcatter. Along with horseback riding, you can also enjoy sport clay shooting, tomahawk throwing, historical Jeep tours, archery, miles of hiking trails, the shooting range, or perhaps you’d rather relax and unwind at the infinity-edged pool and hot tub or have a therapeutic massage.
Spa & Fitness: There is no on-site spa or fitness center, but with all of the amazing outdoor activities and fresh air though, you won’t need them. You can arrange an in-room massage.
Location: Graham is a city in north-central Texas. The site was first settled in 1871 by brothers Gustavus A. and Edwin S. Graham, primary shareholders in the Texas Land Company of Louisville, Kentucky. The brothers moved to Texas after the Civil War. Today, the Graham Drive-In Theatre is one of the handful of outdoor movie theatres still operating in Texas. The drive-in features first-run or recent releases.
Closest Airport: The nearest major airport is Wichita Falls Municipal Airport (SPS / KSPS). This airport has domestic flights from Wichita Falls, Texas and is 69 miles from the center of Graham, TX. Another major airport is Abilene Regional Airport (ABI / KABI), which has domestic flights from Abilene, Texas and is 94 miles from Graham, TX. Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW / KDFW) has international and domestic flights from Dallas, Texas and is 108 miles from Graham, TX.
Children’s Programs: No. Although they welcome your children, they do not have any supervised children’s programs.
Pet Friendly: Yes. There are a few pet friendly cabins. Cabin Suites, Ot’s Cabin and The Homestead allow pets.
Weddings: Yes. A Wildcatter Ranch Wedding provides an unforgettable backdrop for your special day. The views, amazing facilities, onsite guest rooms, activities and custom catering options create the perfect atmosphere for families to come together and celebrate the unity of the new couple. Located near Dallas Fort Worth in the North Texas Hill Country, the wedding venues make for an exclusive location for the ceremony and reception of your dreams.
Meetings: Yes. Big ideas need wide open spaces. The facilities generously meet the needs of small executive groups or large corporate retreats complete with high tech audio visual equipment, wifi, onsite team building activities that help reward your group and tailor made catering. Please allow them to provide a proposal for your next incentive trip, corporate meeting or executive retreat.
Extra Info: The pioneer era began in this county with the establishment of Fort Belknap in 1851. Fort Belknap was a frontier fort built to protect the early settlers from the Indians, mainly the Comanches and Kiowas. Belknap was a weekly stop on the famous Butterfield Overland Stage Route that lasted only four years from 1857 to 1861.