Breathtaking views and secluded trails along the Guadalupe River, offers breakfast trail rides and chuck-wagon suppers, by reservation only. Mo-Ranch bears the name of Daniel J. Moran, who owned the 6,800-acre ranch for 13 years prior to his death in 1948 and its purchase by Presbyterians in 1949 as a retreat center. Impressive buildings constructed in the 1930s and 1940s primarily from Hill Country limestone and oilfield pipe remain the core of the center's facililties. Mo-Ranch is well known for hosting adult and youth conferences, but also open to individuals, friends, couples, and families to stay throughout the year.
MO Ranch Conference Center
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