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Charro Ranch Park
Charro Ranch Park is a 64 acre park located at 22690 W. FM 150.

Mission Statement: To create a natural setting, for passive activities 
for the community of Dripping Springs to enjoy nature.

Charro Ranch Park was donated to the City of Dripping Springs by Lucy Reed Hibberd in December of 2008 after being in her family for nearly 50 years. Mrs. Hibberd developed trails, created areas for reflection and installed signs identifying tree species.

In the News

Charro Ranch Park is proudly featured in the video for the Texas Master Naturalist Program receiving the TCEQ Environmental Excellence Civic/Community Award. Several Hays County Master Naturalists who have volunteered thousands of hours at Charro Ranch Park are in it. 


The Hays County Master Naturalists are an inspiration and make Charro Ranch Park shine. The Parks and Community Services department extends much gratitude to them for their continued efforts.

Charro Ranch Park is a passive use park enjoyed for:
Casual reflection such as walking and pick-nicking • sports training for area cross country and track runners • educational purposes to learn about plants, animals, geology, ecology, photography, etc. • reflection on peace and nature • bird watching

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