We exchanged into the Flying L for a week's stay. Our unit was spacious, comfortable, decorated in true western motif. We had a couple join us and they were able to rent a lock off next door so we were in a "home-feel" setting. The resort is located within a subdivision, which was a surprise based on the website....but the staff and some activities helped overcome our original impression upon arrival 'what is this place". Staying in February meant there were very few people there, so it is hard to imagine what it would be like filled in season [for example -noise overhead or from other units; noise from the water park just outside our bedroom/small patio area. However, the waterpark looked like it would be great for families with children. Miniature golf was very basic. Our friends had a great horseback ride; our golf was rather disappointing - the drought has taken its toll and tees, fairways were almost "hardpan" and the greens more like miniature golf. The layout and setting is quite nice and we would love to see it once it is back in good shape. The fee of $18.75 was reasonable but $25 for rental clubs that were mismatched and not complete was not. The staff were all friendly and helpful. The Activities Director and his helper were both outstanding. Nightly rides in the wagon around the ranch to spot wildlife followed by smores, stories around a campfire made great evenings. The highlight was cowboy/country singing by Buck and Brad - great entertainment. We ate only one meal at the Ranch - a great buffet of bbq brisket, lamb, sausage and the trimmings. However, you had to sign up by 4 pm and the night's menu was not posted until 1 pm, plus it was $15.95 per person - so we elected to eat dinner in town and breakfast in our units. Hope this is just a "winter, low census" issue since the kitchen help worked hard to prepare good food. Would definitely see this as a great spot for families.
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