5389 Mill Creek Road, Cat Spring, TX 78933, US
7IL opened to the public in 1999 as a trail riding and entertaining facility to help pay the ever increasing land taxes. In 2003 the 7IL boarding stables were built to further help keep the ranch in the family for many generations to come. With the ranch being open to the public, there are always horses and riders enjoying the facilities daily.
In 2013 Faye and her son David received their 150 year Family Land Heritage award from the Texas Department of Agriculture Commissioner Todd Staples. The ceremony in our state capital was to honor those that kept their land in continuous agricultural production by the same family.
Faye and her son David get great satisfaction watching the "extended horse riding and running families" have such a good time on the ranch and never take for granted their little
piece of heaven they call work.
Our ranch offers over 40 miles of six beautifully, color-coded easy to follow country running/equestrian horse trails.
The gentle rolling sandy hill trails are wide in some areas and have a few single file paths through the woods along with shallow creek crossings.
Our reasonable pricing for half day, full day riding and overnight camping make it easy for all to enjoy.