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Cibolo Creek Ranch
Cibolo Creek Ranch finds itself in an unexpected spotlight with the death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia. Courtesy photo
Cibolo Creek Ranch
The spring-fed swimming pool offers a cool dip in the high desert. Courtesy photo
Cibolo Creek Ranch
The ranch comprises three forts built in the 1850s and fully restored in the 1990s. Courtesy photo
Cibolo Creek Ranch
The authentic rustic appeal of the ranch has drawn guests from around the world. Courtesy photo
Cibolo Creek Ranch
The serene ranch stretches across 30,000 acres. Courtesy photo
Cibolo Creek Ranch
The ranch has three sites listed on the National Record of Historic Places. Courtesy of Cibolo Creek Ranch
Cibolo Creek Ranch
Natural springs feed the greenery that wraps the ranch accommodations. Courtesy of Cibolo Creek Ranch
Cibolo Creek Ranch
The view across the pool to the hacienda of guest rooms. Courtesy photo