Worth Ranch is located 60 miles west of Fort Worth on the Brazos River at the foot of Kyle Mountain. The historic stone and petrified wood buildings that encircle our parade ground showcase the rich and colorful history of Worth Ranch. Ancestors of the Comanche Nation once lived on our parade ground, and Quanah Parker, the last great war chief of the Comanche, was born only a few miles up the Brazos River. The chuck wagon was developed near here in 1866.
When your troop attends Worth Ranch, you are participating in one of America's oldest traditional Scouting programs with talented staff and outstanding facilities. Your Scouts can climb and rappel on the cliffs of our Climbing Gardens; fish, row, canoe and kayak on the Brazos River; hike Kyle Mountain; swim and play water basketball and volleyball in our two pools; see outstanding campfire programs; and eat in our air-conditioned Duncan Dining Hall.