We are located about 10 miles south of downtown Weatherford. Wooded walking trails around the property provide the perfect venue for relaxing strolls. Visit the resident goats and meet their newest additions, as well as enjoy the variety of colorful songbirds, gentle deer, glittering fireflies, watchful owls, bumbling armadillos, strutting geese, and other wildlife that frequent the property.
Those who are a bit more adventurous and enjoy exploring rougher terrain may wish to follow a meandering nature trail up a wooded and rocky hill, covered by a variety of vegetation and stone formations. Along a portion of the footpath, an old stone wall still stands from frontier days when, according to legend, it was used to keep horses and stagecoaches on the trail. Further up the path, a clearing eventually comes into sight, providing a beautiful overlook of the valley.
Guests have shared access to the following features:
Fishing pond with covered dock
Picnic tables, benches
All-you-can-pick-up pecans (seasonal)
Views of resident goats and their playful kids
Wooded walking trails around pastures and up rocky terrain ascending to a lovely overlook
Pasture and tack room rentals may be available. Please inquire about availability and rates.
Features and amenities subject to change without notice.
Deer are often spotted visiting the pond and pastures.
The playful kids are fun to watch!
Fishing pond with covered dock, picnic tables, bench swing, and pedal boat (not shown).
Arbor Hill Walking Trail - A meandering nature trail up a wooded hill with rocky terrain, an old stone wall from frontier days, and a clearing with a lovely view of the valley.
A couple of our sweet resident goats.
Silverlake Fishing Pond - A perfect little place to wet a line, read a book, or just enjoy the view.
Wooded walking trails around the pastures with all-you-can-pick pecans (seasonal).
New kids arrive every year - come meet the newest additions!
Arbor Hill - The wooded hill seen in the distance is home to beautiful wildlife, and it features the Arbor Hill Walking Trail, which wanders through a variety of vegetation and stone formations.
A glimpse of our Texas winter season.
Hay is grown and baled on the property, so during certain times of the year, some of the fields will have high grass.