The Historic Lindsay Ranch
460 Lindsay Ranch Rd.
We have two guesthouses and 1,000 acres for you to enjoy when you want to get away!
We are open February - September.
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WHAT DOES IT COST?
$150.00 a night for 2 guests.
Add $50.00 for each additional guest age 18 and over.
WE HAVE A TWO NIGHT MINIMUM.
What happens if you leave after one night? You will be charged $150.00 for the second night.
The price to rock hunt is $15.00 for each guest age 18 and over. Rock hunting is reserved for our guests.
We now have a camping area. No facilities. $40.00 per night plus $15.00 rock hunting fee for everyone 18 and over.
If you only want to hunt for the day, scroll down and look on the right side for the phone numbers of the other ranches that allow rock hunting.
Do not follow GPS directions if it takes you south of Mason. The Lindsay Ranch is north of Mason on U.S. 87.
Please "like" us and post your comments on the Lindsay Ranch Guesthouses Facebook page.
Which place is perfect for you?
If you want to be closer to town, stay at the Cabin on Comanche Creek.
If you really want to get away choose Mason Mountain Manor.
Comments from previous guests are posted in the Guestbooks link on the left.
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 on the roads and in/or near Comanche Creek.
We have shovels and screens for you to use. Bring gloves, comfortable clothing and perhaps a hand rake if you wish.
That plus a lot of luck is all you need.
Want to see photos of the Cabin and Manor? Go to the "Guesthouse Photos" link on the left.
The Cabin on Comanche Creek is red.
Mason Mountain Manor is the rustic retreat.
Scroll down for more information.
When you are ready to make a reservation,
(1) Check the availibility calendar on the left.
(2) Have a credit card handy, we accept cash, checks and most credit cards as payment when you arrive but we need a credit card to hold the reservation for you.
(3) Call Deloris Lindsay 325-347-4052 (cell) or 325-347-5733 (home).
YES ... WE ROCK!!
LOOK AT THESE 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.
April beauty ... Bluebonnets in the Pasture
Longhorns on the Lindsay Ranch bring your camera.
Mason Mountain Manor
This rustic retreat 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. Sometimes 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 if you want to explore all of the ranch.
The Manor has two bedrooms and seven beds. There are 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.
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.
The Cabin on Comanche Creek
Has 2 bedrooms, 6 beds, a covered porch and a 300 sq ft deck.
It is close to the highway with plenty of parking.
STUFF YOU NEED TO KNOW
Bluebonnets on the old ranch road.
Clay and Deloris Lindsay on Mason Mountain 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.
If I don't have any openings check out the Kozy Kottage.
It has one large room with a queen bed and queen sleeper sofa.
Call the Mason City Park Host if you have an RV and need hook-ups.
To rock hunt for the day call:
Bar M Ranch