Hill Country Youth Ranch

Hill Country Youth Ranch in Ingram

Rooted in a generous and loving community, HCYR has been home to over 2000 girls and boys since opening. Alumni return frequently to visit, to bring their families, and to attend reunions.

Hill Country Youth Ranch, founded in 1977, was built on 265 acres of donated land one mile west of Ingram, in the heart of the Texas Hill Country. Volunteers joined to carve out the first roads, drill wells, and construct an educational village for abused children.

After two decades of building at Ingram, the Ranch expanded to include two additional properties – Big Springs Ranch for Children (1996) near Leakey, and Enhanced Horizons (2008) near Ingram – allowing the HCYR family to serve up to 125 youth at a time. 

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Today, the village includes ten residences for children of all ages, charter schools (K–12), a chapel, library, fine arts complex, general store, ag barn, sports fields, gymnasium, community center, greenhouse, woodshop, swimming pool, and garden.

Address

Hill Country Youth Ranch

3522 Junction Highway
Ingram, TX 78025
Phone: (830) 367-2131
Fax: (830) 367-6108
communications@youth-ranch.org

OUr locations

Hill Country Youth Ranch
Big Springs Ranch for Children
Enhanced Horizons

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