Ten miles north of Mason in Texas Hill country is an 800-acre property sure to delight any off-road
Katemcy Rocks ("Ka-TIM-see" - that's how you say it) is nicknamed the "Moab of Texas" because of the unpredictable terrain similar to what you would find in Utah. There are different trails available both mild and wild. For the daring is the extreme rock crawl. They may choose the hair-raising obstacle trails hilariously named Kiss My Grits and Cracked Core. Those with stock vehicles need not despair because easier trails with more benign monikers do exist like the Fenceline or Little Debbie trails. You can test your ATV riding skills all year except for the months of June, July, and August when the rocks are just too hot.
You might want to check out the historic little city of Mason while you're in the area. Enjoy local art at the Mason Artisan Gallery and the Lea-Lou Co-op offers a combination bar, dance hall and pizza parlor. ATV riders with a bit more finesse can visit Sandstone Cellars Winery where they can delicately sip some Texas fine wines. It's worth noticing the architecture in town too especially the Seaquist House, a Mason gem.
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