We visited Cibolo Creek Ranch in July because that was the only time we were available. We were expecting to stay indoors all day and enjoy only the early mornings. We were quickly proven wrong.
Every day, most of the daytime hours were comfortably in the 80s. The heat peaked at low 90s in the early afternoon, but the rest of the day the weather was comfortable to lounge in the shade, take a tour of the mountains, or walk around the beautiful fort. Locals explained that July weather in the area is pleasant each year. The bonus is most people don’t think to travel to West Texas in July so the ranch was particularly quiet then.
The place is extremely well-maintained. Not a single leaf seems out of place, water flows calmly throughout the channels in the property, and every meal and plan goes like clockwork. It’s clear this is all possible due to the professional staff. One books these types of places expecting the cost premium will mean an attention to detail. And attentive to detail they are.
We did only a couple of activities and spent time mostly relaxing, admiring the scenery and nature. But there was plenty to do should we have chosen to be more active.
We spent a restful few days at the ranch and would go back anytime we need a break. Probably in July.More
- Free Wifi
- Free parking