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Welcome to Pecan Creek Farm & Ranch


We welcome you to enjoy time with your family while experiencing all that West Texas agriculture has to offer. Founded in 2017, Pecan Creek Farm and Ranch offers a fun, inviting setting where families can relax, have fun, and learn a little something about agriculture along the way. This fall, come enjoy the corn maze and take a stroll through the pumpkin patch to pick out your perfect pumpkin. See chicks hatch and learn about eggs. Spend some time getting to know the animals in the petting zoo. Learn about the tools of the trade as you play at the Ag Playground. Fire away at the corn cannon firing range while learning how that ammo feeds the nation. There’s always something new to do and see!

 

Have a birthday coming up? Reserve your own piece of PCFR for your guests to enjoy while participating in fun, educational programs any kid would love. Our roots run deep and our love for agriculture is strong. Come visit us and let us share our farm and ranch with you!

 

Let’s Play!


Slow down and enjoy life. It’s not only the scenery you miss by going to fast – you also miss the sense of where you are going and why.

Did your grandmother have a root cellar? Do you remember playing there as a child? Root cellars were and are a great way to store root vegetables and other less perishable items to feed your family during the colder season. But for farm kids, they often double as a clubhouse or favorite hide and seek spot. At Pecan Creek Farm and Ranch, our root cellar allows kids to have fun and learn about a tried and true method of preserving food.

 

A PLACE FOR FUN

 

“Most folks are about as happy as they make up their minds to be.”

~ Abraham Lincoln

 

 

 


We are open to the public through Thanksgiving for the Fall season.


Hours


Saturdays 10:00AM – Dark

Sundays 12:00PM -6:00PM

 

We do field trips and birthdays year round by appointment.

 

 

 

COME ENJOY THE OUTDOORS

 

“In the presence of nature, a wild delight runs through the man, in spite of real sorrows.”


–Ralph Waldo Emerson