Spend time with your family enjoying the many amenities available at Cordillera Ranch. Take a leisurely trip down the Guadalupe River, or simply visit the private river park. Enjoy abundant wildlife at your doorstep. Take a trail ride on horseback. Or play a round or two of golf at our Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course. Meet with your Bible study group, or maybe your nature, book or movie club. You can do all this without leaving your neighborhood.

THE OUTDOORS

Enjoy the great outdoors from a window inside your home, or rub elbows with Mother Nature herself. Cordillera Ranch offers the most unique park and trail system in the Texas Hill Country, including the beautiful winding Guadalupe River. Landscaping guidelines ensure native plants are preserved, maintaining the area's special beauty. Star-filled night skies are no accident either; lighting controls ensure the very best stargazing. What's more, special care throughout every step of the development process reduces our impact upon the environment. So, get out here and mingle with nature.


You’ll appreciate the “extras” that add so much to the quality of life here at Cordillera Ranch. The end result is a place of unsurpassed natural beauty where you can:

  • Hike, bike or ride horseback along our network of trails
  • Discover canyons carved by ribbons of spring fed creeks
  • String up your hammock beneath a grove of majestic oaks
  • Catch a few fish in a secluded cove of Swede Lake
  • Take a swim in the crystal clear water of the Guadalupe River
  • Admire the fiery rich palette of a Texas sunset
  • Camp, cook out, stargaze, or fall asleep to the sound of slow-moving rapids flowing gently over limestone

    Our parks include:
  • Acres of open space and miles of trails
  • Fire pits, barbecue grills and picnic tables
  • Baseball, softball and soccer fields
  • Volleyball and basketball courts
  • Playscape
  • A covered pavilion (great for parties, reunions or everyday relaxing)

THE TEXAS HILL COUNTRY

Cordillera Ranch is nestled in the Texas Hill Country, a 31,000 square-mile area northwest of San Antonio and southwest of Austin. This region has a unique character and beauty all its own with elevations ranging from 600 to 2,500 feet. Visit the many picturesque small towns like Boerne (pronounced Bur-nee), steeped in its own German heritage. And a variety of locally owned restaurants, bed and breakfasts, antique shops, and boutiques delight locals and visitors alike. With a year-round welcoming climate that leaves little to be desired.


Embracing a pro-business atmosphere attractive to new businesses and economic growth, Boerne consistently bests the rest of Texas and the U.S. related to job growth, unemployment rate, household income and taxes. The region is dotted with state parks and natural areas where visitors can explore and enjoy bird and/or bat watching, caverns, camping, hunting, fishing, hiking, and more. Some nearby attractions include: Canyon Lake, Lost Maples, Enchanted Rock, Garner State Park and the Guadalupe River State Park.

Residents of Cordillera Ranch can take full advantage of all that the Guadalupe River has to offer: The River Club and outfitters, as well as the 60-acre private, riverside park.

In the spring and summer, residents of the Hill Country enjoy festivals, native wildflowers, and the harvesting of grapes for the latest vintage of wine. With more than 100 wineries and vineyards; tastings and tours are available throughout the area. Other local crops include pecans, strawberries, melons, apples, peaches, and many more. There is simply nowhere else like it on Earth.

For more information visit www.visitboerne.org.


THE HISTORY

For years, the land that became Cordillera Ranch has served as a place of rest and relaxation. The Boerne area was known for its rest homes, as a health resort and area for recuperation. On this very land, the Rainbow Rest Home was established in the 1920s.

Through the years, the land's owners shared in the vision and values of their predecessors and continued with the "Rainbow Rest" name. They considered it a "quiet, peaceful place to live" and "paradise on Earth". For other subsequent owners, it became a ranch headquarters and a second home and escape for weekends, holidays and summer vacations. It was refuge from the hustle and bustle of the dense, urban areas. And to the current owner and developer, it became Cordillera Ranch. A community with the same restorative qualities of yesteryear, but re-envisioned with its resort-style living, spacious sprawling acreage, and an innovative multi-club concept stressing outdoor activities. Cordillera Ranch epitomizes escape from large populations and embraces an active lifestyle, space and refuge.

The purpose of this place, Cordillera Ranch, then and now couldn't be clearer.

Life IS better OUT here


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