Everything is bigger and better in Texas, including unique getaways. I don't know about you but I would love to go on an African Safari, but I don't think it is something that will ever happen to me, so I will do the next best thing and have a safari experience right here in Texas. You won't have to travel far, the Blue Hills Ranch is located right outside of Waco in McGregor.

The Blue Hills Ranch is a 150-acre working ranch with more than 150 unique animals roaming free and you’ll see everything from giraffes to deer to mini pigs. There are five themed cabins you can stay in or park your RV in one of their 14 RV spots  You can choose from the giraffe themed cabin or the zebra themed cabin, these two cabins will accomidiate up to four guests. The pirate themed cabins will accomidate up to six guests. No matter where you decide to stay you can watch all of these exotic animals roam free.  You can see animals such as giraffes, zebras, otters, bison and kangaroos.

While staying at the Blue Hills Ranch you can take part in the 15 different adventures. There adventures inclued the ranch adventure, swimming with otters disc golf on the largest course in Texas, golf cart rentals, atv rentals, soon to come Jeep rentals, dining with giraffes, dining over looking the pond, or dining on your porch.

Bills Hills Ranch also hosts a 6,000 square foot event barn for special events and weddings.

Here are few things to keep in mind before you go:

  • No smoking or open flames on Ranch property

  • Outside animals are not allowed outside RV Area

  • Children under 18 years of age must be accompanied by an adult at all times

  • Wild animals are present, death or injury can occur

  • No outside guests / visitors, memberships are required

  • Liability Waiver must be signed by all visitors prior to entering the Ranch

This could make for a great getaway during fall break. Space is limited so you will want to book your stay in pretty far in advance.

Bills Ranch

Blue Hills Ranch


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