Boot Ranch

Longhorn Lake. All photos courtesy of Boot Ranch.

Lucky me (Lucky I?) was invited to be a guest at Boot Ranch in Fredericksburg this past month, to learn details of news from the 2,000-acre luxury residential development and private golf and swim club set in the heart of the Texas Hill Country. We’ve written about Boot Ranch before. On the agenda now: an introduction to the Village Homes at Metzger Park, a condominium-like option added to the array of residential offerings here; and planned Longhorn Lake amenities: a party pavilion, tree houses and jumping rocks off the spring fed lake’s shore. A road trip was in order to check out the new features. Here’s the scoop: (more…)

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Boot Ranch, the private golf and family community just north of Fredericksburg, hosted about 45 guests including some 25 members of the lifestyle and sports media October 29 and 30. This included representatives from Sports Illustrated, The Dallas Morning News, Forbes, Texas Golfer, KLBJ Austin, NBC Sports Radio, Texas Traveler, Avid Golfer, Fredericksburg Standard, Austin Food and Wine Alliance, Houston Links, The Society Diaries, and more.

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You and your family can own an amazing Overlook Cabin at Boot Ranch!

You and your family can own an amazing Overlook Cabin at Boot Ranch!

Boot Ranch has the most amazing Overlook Cabins, decorated by a brilliant design team and given the posh treatment you’d expect from this Texas Hill Country development.

Located just outside picturesque Fredricksburg, this development pairs excellent golf, amazing views, and five-star accommodations in the most perfect, designer package. And with the Overlook Cabins, you can have all this to yourself! Find out more about this incredible development and our Vacation Home Week celebration on CandysDirt.com!

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Not only is Boot Ranch a gorgeous place to play and stay, it’s also a fabulous community that focuses on supporting America’s heroes — our veterans.

More than 150 golfers turned out at the fifth annual Nimitz Golf Classic on June 12. The 2014 Nimitz Golf Classic raised more than $100,000 for both the Admiral Nimitz Foundation and Combat Marine Outdoors, a non-profit organization which seeks to provide an outdoor adventure of a lifetime to some of our heroes. This year’s proceeds bring the total funds raised over the past five years to benefit the Admiral Nimitz Foundation, the National Museum of the Pacific War and co-beneficiary non-profits serving the needs of veterans and military personnel to well over $500,000.

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