The Don Strange Ranch Adventure Challenge Course (DSRACC), located in Waring, TX just north of San Antonio, was constructed in 1998 and is located on the Don Strange Ranch in Waring, Texas.
Consisting of both high and low ropes courses, the DSRACC believes and values activities that increase awareness of personal experience. These activities help to develop relationships with other group members as well as the natural world, and hopefully help to lead to a greater participation in the creation of healthier communities.
The mission of the Don Strange Ranch Adventure Challenge Course is to provide safe adventure-based programs that enhance individual and group development. To do so, DSRACC custom designs interactive programs that promise our clients an enjoyable experience while promoting growth in the areas of teamwork, problem-solving, leadership, communication, and personal effectiveness.
DSRACC programs employ the intensity of experiential learning to accelerate the development of leadership and interactive skills for improved team performance.
Realizing the uniqueness of each group, DSRACCcustom designs all programs to fit the need of the client regardless of size. Each customized program is lead by DSRACC’s highly qualified and skilled staff who help people step out of their personal comfort zone and into a learning zone.
DSRACC Team Building Activities can be low ropes, high ropes, and or both. Our activities are typically four hours in length. Please contact Don Strange of Texas for questions and reservations by calling (210) 434-2331 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Waring General Store offers adventures on the Don Strange Ranch Zip Line. Seasonally, they offer packages that may include challenge climbs, kayaking, and catch and release fishing. Call the Waring General Strore for more information and reservations at (830) 995-4377.
REQUIREMENTS: ALL participants must read and sign a release form. Those under 18 must have a legal guardian sign for them. You can print and fill out the release form by clicking here: RELEASE FORM While there are no age requirements, participants must weigh between 50 – 325 pounds to ride the zip line. Pregnant women will not be able to ride.
RECOMMENDATIONS: We encourage participants to wear close-toed shoes and have long hair pulled back. Individuals with neck, back, or joint injuries and those with chronic heart problems should use their discretion about their capabilities to safely participate on the zip line.
ABOUT THE ZIP LINE: The zip line is about 350 to 400 feet long, and are accessed from wooden tree house platforms, which can only be reached via an inclined net. Once at the platform, guests are attached to the zip line trolley with two tethers that connect to the harness.
Group Fun Days
Group fun days are great for company outings, church groups, family reunions, childrens organizations, sports teams, and any group in between! Activites include but are not limited to:
- Zip Line
- Catch and Release Fishing
- Adventure Challenge Course
- Chili Cook Offs
- Cowboy Olympics
- Longhorn Feeding
- Armadillo Races
- Live Rodeo