Stillwaters Ranch, Llano, Texas
Our next run at SWR Offroad is our Annual Father's Day Weekend Run...June 17 & 18...1 ½ days of wheelin' for $40 (plus $5 ORC Access Fee or camping fees - CASH ONLY!).
See you there!
NOTE: You MUST attend Driver's Meeting to enter Stillwaters Ranch (SWR)! In other words, NO LATE SHOWS! Entering SWR without signing the waiver and paying appropriate fees is considered trespassing...PLEASE arrive on time!
NOW AVAILABLE: Stillwaters Ranch Cabin! Go to https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/45400049 for info.
SWR is fullsize OHV ONLY...No SXS, UTV's, or motorcycles. Also, while we don't require a radio to enter SWR, we now highly recommend a GMRS radio to improve your experience here! (Our main GMRS channel is 16, or 462.575).
IN ORDER TO GET GOING EARLIER SATURDAY MORNING (YES, I HATE THE PROCESS OF REGISTERING EVERYONE ON SATURDAY MORNING, BUT SINCE I'M NOT WILLING TO TAKE PRE-REGISTRATIONS, AND DEAL WITH CANCELLATIONS, REFUNDS, ETC., IT'S THE ONLY WAY...), GROUPS WITH LEADERS WHO HAVE BEEN TO SWR PREVIOUSLY, AND ARE WILLING TO TAKE RESPONSIBILITY FOR THOSE IN HIS/HER GROUP, CAN REGISTER SATURDAY MORNING, AND HIT THE TRAILS. PRIOR APPROVAL BY ME (JACK) IS REQUIRED!
We will begin registration Saturday morning at 7:30 AM, and have our Driver's Meeting at 8:30 AM. Sunday registration is at 8 AM for those arriving then.
NOTE: Regarding Sunday 1/2 day run...Sunday is more informal with no guides available...Please plan accordingly!
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Set in the backdrop of the beautiful Texas Hill Country, Stillwaters Ranch is just a few miles south of Llano, Texas. It is 2,000 acres of clearwater creeks, artesian springs, lakes, limestone, live oak trees, and spectacular views. With every turn in the road you can see the changing beauty of this majestic land. From several scenic spots, you can even view the historic Enchanted Rock in the southern part of Llano County. There is an abundance of wildlife including trophy whitetail deer, turkeys, quail, dove, and feral hogs.
SWR Offroad has a variety of trails from mild to wild for all OHVs.
This is some of the finest wheelin’ in Texas!