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The Hideaway Ranch and Retreat
1022 Private Road 1250
Bluff Dale, TX, 76433, USA
(254) 823-6606

Directions to the Hideaway Ranch

From Waco

  • Take Highway 6 North to Hico.
  • From Hico take Highway 220 North to US 67.
  • Turn right on 67 and go only one-half mile.
  • You'll see a blue and white sign on the right indicating "Hideaway Ranch & Retreat - 4miles".
  • Across from that sign, on your left, is Erath County Road 196.
  • Turn left on 196 and check your odometer.
  • Drive 4.8 miles on 196.
  • At about the 4 mile mark, you'll come to a fork in the road.
  • Keep to the right.
  • Then look for our sign on your left. It's brown with white lettering, showing the legend, "The Hideaway".
  • Turn left though the rustic wooden entrance by the sign and drive down the long hill.
  • Stop at the "Office" sign and come on in.

From Houston

  • Take Highway 6 North to Hico, via Waco.
  • Staying on Hwy 6 as you enter Waco from the south is tricky. Watch the signs carefully.
  • Follow the "From Waco" section above for directions from Hico.

From Austin

  • Take Highway 183 North to Lampasas.
  • From Lampasas, take Highway 281 North to Hico.
  • See the "From Waco" section above for directions from Hico.

From San Antonio

  • Take Highway 281 (San Pedro) North to Lampasas.
  • Stay on 281 North to Hico.
  • See the "From Waco" section above for directions from Hico.

From West Texas

  • Go to Stephenville.
  • Take US 67 North from Stephenville toward Glen Rose.
  • Stay on 67 for about 19 miles out of Stephenville.
  • On the right, you'll see a blue and white sign indicating "The Hideaway Ranch & Retreat - 4 miles".
  • Just across from it, on your left, is Erath County Road 196
  • Check your odometer.
  • Turn left on 196 and drive 4.8 miles.
  • At about the 4 mile mark, you'll see a fork in the road.
  • Keep to the right.
  • Just beyond the fork, past the next cattleguard, you'll see our sign. It's brown and white, bearing the legend "The Hideaway Ranch & Retreat".
  • Turn left through the rustic wooden entrance by the sign and drive down the long hill.
  • Stop at the "Office" sign and come on in.

From Fort Worth

  • Take US 377 South to Granbury.
  • Stay on the US 377 bypass (do NOT take the 377 Business exit).
  • Immediately after crossing Lake Granbury, exit to your right at the "Highway 144 Granbury, Glen Rose" sign.
  • Turn right at the end of the exit ramp onto 144 North toward downtown Granbury.
  • Go to the first stop light and turn left onto Hwy 51/56.
  • Follow Hwy 51/56 toward Paluxy.
  • About 10 miles out of Granbury, 51 and 56 split.
  • Follow 51 to the right, toward Paluxy.
  • At Paluxy (just a wide spot in the road, nothing much there but a church), note your odometer reading.
  • Stay on 51 another 4.8 miles past Paluxy.
  • You will approach a sharp (90 degree) left curve on 51.
  • To your right, almost straight ahead, Somervell County Road 1014 joins 51.
  • Turn right onto 1014 and drive another 2.3 miles.
  • Now follow the directions below "From County Road 1014"

From Dallas

  • Follow US 67 through Cleburne to Glen Rose.
  • Stay on US 67 S. through Glen Rose to FM 205.
  • Turn right on FM 205.
  • Stay on 205 past the cutoff to Dinosaur Valley State Park.
  • About 10 miles out of Glen Rose, FM 205 dead-ends into Hwy 51.
  • Turn left on 51 and go to County Road 1014 (it will be the first paved road on your right).
  • Turn right onto 1014 and drive another 2.3 miles.
  • Now follow the directions below "From County Road 1014"

From County Road 1014

  • County Road 1014 pavement ends at about the 2 mile mark.
  • You'll drive the last half mile or so on a dirt road.
  • Look for the brown and white sign on the right showing the legend, "The Hideaway".
  • Also note the road sign showing "PR 1250".
  • Turn right at the signs, through the rustic wooden entrance, and drive down the long hill.
  • Stop at the "Office" sign and come on in.