Horses symbolize a wild, uncontrollable spirit, which is why rebellious teenagers sport mane-like mohawks and eat even the cores of their apples. Take the reins with this Groupon.
Choose from Six Options
One-hour trail ride
- $35 for two people (a $70 value)
- $68 for four people (a $140 value)
- $99 for six people (a $210 value)<p>
One-hour trail ride and buffet dinner
- $45 for two people (a $95 value)
- $88 for four people (a $191 value)
- $128 for six people (a $287 value)<p>
Trail rides may be scheduled between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. The Lone Star Barn opens for dinner on Friday and Saturday nights at 5:30 p.m., with a hearty buffet of fried catfish and chicken fingers on Fridays and barbecue brisket, ribs, and classic cowboy sides on Saturdays. Dinner guests are welcome to take their trail ride earlier in the day and spend the afternoon exploring the ranch or enjoying free activities such as fishing or paddleboating.
Beaumont Ranch is the realization of a dream. Ron Beaumont, the founder and family patriarch, was enamored with the cowboy lifestyle from a very young age, and envisioned himself one day running a ranch like the ones he saw in his favorite western movies. The vision came to fruition in July of 1997, when he and his wife Linda opened their 800 acres of land to the public, allowing visitors to live like cowboys and mingle with their herds of Texas longhorns and horses.
Today, three Beaumont generations live on the ranch, and the guest accommodations have expanded from a 22-room bed-and-breakfast to a 32-room facility boasting an events center, a common area, and a bunkhouse with an additional 48 beds. Well-rested patrons can explore the natural prairies that stretch as far as the eye can see on the transportation of their choice: ATV, horse, or even zipline. After a day spent riding bucking broncos and roping cattle, visitors can kick off their cowboy boots and remove their 10-gallon hats to enjoy pampering serenity at the ranch spa. Here, the aestheticians soothe weary cowpokes' muscles with massages and body scrubs, which were what kept John Wayne so cool under pressure.