Our family enjoyed Southern Cross Ranch as a part of a blogger promotion. All opinions are my own.
We spent the morning zip lining at Trinity Forest Adventure Park, and then spent the afternoon at Southern Cross Ranch with our all day dual park pass. Y’all, we had so much fun! It was like a day of family camp, and I’ve been dying to take my clan to a family camp. This was perfect!
What I learned: When I made my reservations I wondered how far apart the two locations were from each other. They are together and share a parking lot so no having to drive around.
Ask for a schedule! We did not receive a schedule for Southern Cross Ranch when we registered, and I didn’t realize until our day was almost over that there was one. This is extremely helpful because the events throughout the ranch run in shifts and are not all open at the same time. We ended up missing several things I know the kids would have loved like the petting zoo, paddle boats, and Euro bungee because I didn’t understand how things are scheduled.
Plan to eat at the ranch! Either bring a picnic lunch or plan to eat at the full service restaurant. We had planned to eat at the restaurant, but some people told me it was closed for a family reunion. That wasn’t true! Later I talked to others that ate lunch there and loved it. Drinks and snacks are also available for a reasonable price.
Ready to head out for a day of fun? Don’t forget to print off a coupon!