4R Ranch

 

Meals & Lodging

With any great hunt, the meals and "camp time" are as memorable as the hunt itself. Our motto at the 4R is "if you go away hungry, it is your own fault". After you have stayed at the 4R, you will have a tough time getting the smell of Jill's homemade cinnamon rolls and fresh-baked cookies out of your head. From the moment you arrive until the time you leave, Jill will keep you fed well. If you like good ol' Southern comfort food, then you will feel right at home at the 4R.

We provide all guests with meals; however, if there six or more guests in your group, then you are welcome to prepare your own meals if you choose.

Lodging:
$75.00 per night

Al-a-carte Meals:
$15.00 for breakfast
$15 for lunch
$30 for dinner

Muscular white and brown dog with tail straight up in the air. Three men pointing up at doves. Two brown and white hunding dogs.

Camp Mary Louise

The Lodge at "Camp Mary Louise" was originally a Girl Scout camp built in the 1940s. The 100-year-old oak, pecan and elm trees that line the banks of Bandera Creek make the setting truly spectacular. The lodge has three large bedrooms, each with private bathrooms and can accommodate up to twelve guests.

The large dining area is also the perfect place to hold meetings. And after the hunt there is a patio, fire-pit and walking trails along Bandera Creek for your enjoyment.

All hunts will begin at The Lodge at Camp Mary Louise.