McKenna Ranch, along the Dry Devil's River, was home to many local Native American Indian groups--the Comanche , Apache , Kickapoo, and Kiowas .  Today, it is a rock hunter's paradise full of a variety of artifacts, sedimentary fossils , flint and petrified wood. It's a perfect place to come and spend an afternoon enjoying the blessings that nature has to offer in this pristine environment .  Guests can explore 2,400 acres of  mountains, canyons, and beautiful meadows.
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The ranch is a destination location for retreats, events, meetings, groups, family reunions, old fashioned picnics, day hike outings, gun clinics, birders, father-son camp outs, Boy Scout troops, 
and rock collectors.
Hunters will experience a unique challenge that will test their skills as they hunt white tail, auodad, Spanish goat, and Iraanian Reds in their natural habitat. The land boasts of deep canyons, bluffs, riverbeds, majestic oak trees, meadows, and thickets, which provide the natural shelter.

A Christian ministry to youth ages 8-17  during the month of June.
 Ranch activities are enjoyed by all ages: morning devotionals, hiking/camping, natural horsemanship, archery, riflery, tomahawk throw, whittling, leatherworking, swimming, and arts and crafts.
Details on "Youth Camp" page