Activities & Sporting Traditions

For the Discriminating Outdoor Enthusiast

South Texas is renowned for it’s outdoor sports and adventures, both on the land and the water.  With mild winters and warm summers, almost every day is one to enjoy recreational diversions, particularly out of doors.  We are not “tour-guides”, with most guests enjoying the informal “freedom” we allow; therefore, at Knolle Farm & Ranch, most activities are unsupervised, with use of lots of the amenities at minimal rental fee, or no fee at all, to our guests. (Our normal rule of thumb is “If we incur a cost, we pass it on, if not, there is often no cost to guests.) Hiking, swimming, play-ground use, fishing, birding, photography, exploring the acres of farm and ranch, including the olive orchard, garden, and getting to know “our critters”.  There are fees for such things as our guided hunts, skeet shooting, cooking classes, or if guests need special guidance or help.  (We’ll even line up a personal massage in your private quarters with sufficient notice, please.)

Short, 45 + minute day trips to Corpus Christi, Padre Island, Rockport, and surrounding areas are also popular ways for guests to get off the farm and enjoy what South Texas has to offer. We’ll even set you up with a guided tour for fishing, touring the King Ranch, or lots more nearby.

NOTE: Mother Nature does govern much of our ability to enjoy some outdoor adventures; therefore, we cannot always guarantee access to all of them. We ask that guests be understanding of possible limitations, including rain and inclement weather. Also, as safety is our number one concern, the outdoors may expose guests to certain possible risks. Some of our offerings are geared to adults, and are not appropriate for children, or those that may not be familiar with them. We request that guests sign liability releases and share our safety concerns also. Please let us know when booking if interested in enjoying any activities here; we want to be prepared for your needs.

…enjoy checking out what we offer

children in farm with donkey