The very first time you see a cowboy or cowgirl riding a fast horse, herding livestock, and roping cattle you think to yourself… I want to do that! Well wait no longer my friends. The Rancho Cortez Dude Ranch will teach you and your family everything you need to know about being an authentic Dude or Dudette.
The Rancho Cortez Dude Ranch is open all year and can be found right in the middle of the Texas Hill Country. This cowboy and cowgirl training ranch is located 60 miles northwest of San Antonio and 10 miles northwest of Bandera. This historic “Cowboy Capital of the World,” sounds like the perfect place to be.
Rancho Cortez Dude Ranch offers a wide array of wildlife species and landscape that is fitting for the wandering cowboy, with hill country horizons as far as the eye can see. This ranch provides the perfect escape from the busy city life, and a great place for kids to learn discipline and skills that only true cowboys can teach.
Before you schedule your visit to the ranch be sure to order from Texas Treats the Cattleman Gift Basket to get your family or friends in tune with the dude ranch way of life.
The Cattleman Basket is our newest Texas gift basket. You will certainly send the message that this is a real TEXAS – SIZED Texas gift basket. This gift basket has a bit of Texas flavor from all over the Lone Star State and makes a great gift. We pride ourselves on finding the best in Texas, and you can be certain you are sending the best too!
In this Texas Gift Basket, you’ll get a copper tub filled with: Authentic Texas Tortilla Chips (6 oz.), Salsa Ranchera (8 oz.), Nacho Cheese Spread (3.5 oz.), Texas Themed Mints Tin, Camo Davy Crockett Neoprene Koozie, Peanut Pattie (2 oz.), Dr. Pepper Beef Jerky (4 oz), You Know You’re a Texan book, Margarita Taffy, 12 oz.), Boot Stompin’ Peanuts (2 oz.), Bottle of Dr. Pepper (8 oz.), and Texas Firecrackers.
So put on your cowboy boots, strap on your chaps, and finish it off with your “10-gallon” cowboy hat. Make it official by ripping into the Cattleman Gift Basket and you’ll be sure to scream “Yee-Haw!” as you ride away into the Texas sunset.