The Historic Lindsay Ranch
460 Lindsay Ranch Road
Mason, TX. 76856
The place to stay ... when you want to get away! We rock!!
(P.S. Do not follow GPS directions if it takes you south of Mason ... the Lindsay Ranch is five miles north of Mason on U.S. Hwy. 87.)
NOTE: The Lindsay Ranch is a working ranch! We have cattle, BIG cattle, Longhorns. They are NOT pets, they are wild animals.
To give you an option, we have recently opened access to 14 acres that has no livestock on it.
We have three guesthouses suitable for a couple or a crowd.
The Cabin on Comanche Creek and Mason Mountain Manor are on the Ranch.
The Townhouse is in Mason, five miles from the Ranch.
WHAT DOES IT COST?
$100.00 PER NIGHT FOR 2 GUESTS. ADD $25.00 PER NIGHT FOR EACH ADDITIONAL GUEST AGE 12 AND OVER.
WE HAVE A 2 NIGHT MINIMUM.
Rock hunting is limited to our guests. The cost is $15.00 per person age 12 and over.
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How to decide which place is perfect for you?
If you do not want to be in the country, or if you have a large group, choose the Townhouse.
If you want to be in the country but close to town, stay at the Cabin on Comanche Creek.
If you really want to get away ... choose Mason Mountain Manor.
Please choose carefully. Not everyone enjoys ranch life, dirt roads and opening gates.
Most of the topaz found on the Lindsay Ranch has been found in or near Comanche Creek. You don't need elaborate tools. Gloves, a hand rake, comfortable clothing and a lot of luck is all you need.
Use the "Guesthouse Photos" link on the left to see where you will be staying. The Cabin on Comanche Creek is red. The Townhouse is blue, and Mason Mountain Manor is the rustic retreat.
Scroll further down to see photos and more information about each guest house.
Ready to make a reservation?
Check the availability calendar on the left and call Deloris Lindsay at 325-347-4052 (cell) or 325-347-5733 (home).
AT THE LINDSAY RANCH ... WE ROCK!!
THESE ARE THE LATEST FABULOUS FINDS.
This beautiful piece of quartz was found June 14, 2016 by 10-year-old Riley.
The spear point and 263.5 carat colorless topaz was found May 15, 2016 by Billy Holt.
Wildflowers along the highway.
Bluebonnets in the Pasture
Mason Mountain Manor
This rustic retreat is available February - September.
It is 2 1/2 miles from the highway in the middle of our 700-acre back pasture.
You will be driving on a dirt road. When we have rain, it may be muddy.
There are two gates that have to be opened and closed.
A vehicle that is higher off the ground than a regular car is recommended especially if you want to explore all of the ranch.
The Manor has two bedrooms and six beds including bunk beds and a day bed in the living area.
The large porch provides a wonderful view plus a comfortable, relaxing "outside" living area.
Hike, explore or just listen to the birds and look at the stars.
Many guests bring bird seed or corn to scatter on the road in front of the Manor.
Then they sit back and enjoy watching what comes up for free snack.
Once you get to the Manor, you won't want to leave.
To see what guests said about their stay, go to the Mason Mountain Manor Guestbook.
The Cabin on Comanche Creek
is available February - September.
It has 2 bedrooms, 6 beds, a covered porch and a 300 sq ft cement deck.
It is close to the highway with plenty of parking.
The Cabin on Comanche Creek Guestbook is on the left.
Read what guests had to say about their stay.
Cement deck at the Cabin on Comanche Creek.
If I don't have any openings, I recommend Earlene Bode's Kozy Kottage.
It has one large room with a queen bed and queen sleeper sofa and is clean and comfortable.
Earlene's number is 325-347-2968.
If you just want to come to Mason and rock hunt for the day, call the Bar M Ranch 325-265-4223(H) or 830-203-1611 (Cell) or the Seaquist Ranch 325-347-5413.
Bluebonnets on the old ranch road.
Clay and Deloris Lindsay on Mason Mountain 14 years ago ... when we were younger and the grass was green.
Entrance to the Lindsay Ranch, north of Mason on US 87.
The sign on the gate leading to Mason Mountain Manor.