Scurlock Farms is 172 beautiful acres of varied terrain
Scurlock Farms has a little bit of everything – from the top prairie hay pastures, to the wooded bluffs, spring-fed creek, heavily wooded acreage, winding roads through the pastures and 20 acre pecan orchard, and one mile of river frontage for the San Gabriel River. Many guests choose to stay on the farm to swim, tube, fish, feed and interact with the farm animals, hunt arrowheads, birding, look for fossils, hike, … Others choose to use the Airbnb homes as their home base while doing day trips about the area.
There is even a 100+ year old sharecropper’s home
Several photographers have used this old home as a backdrop for their models. Many family Christmas card photos have been made at the home.
There are many spectacular photo shoot possibilities. We are a working farm, so there is a lot of different farm equipment.
Feed and interact with our farm animals
Guests love interacting with our horses, cattle and goats. We keep sweet feed for the goats, apples for the horses, and range cubes for the cows. You will be their new best friends if you feed them!
2/3 of all birds Texas birds are seen in Williamson County. Many avid birders have stayed at the farm, and every one of them has seen a lifer while here. A lifer is a bird they had never seen in person before.
Sunsets from the highest bluff on the farm are spectacular.
Springtime brings an abundance of wildflowers to the farm
Spring is especially beautiful at the farm. We have many varieties of native wildflowers and there is a lot of color.
Two Airbnb homes are available for overnight stays – 2500 square foot Rocky Overlook and The Palette Pad, a 520 square foot tiny-house rock cabin.