Cal Farley's Boys Ranch is a nationally known home for boys and girls in a ranch setting. It was established in 1939 by the late Cal Farley, a Texas businessman and world welterweight wrestling champion of the 1920s.
The ranch covers 11,000 acres, and facilities include a chapel, clinic, schools, auditorium, visitor center and homes for children. Boys and girls help operate the ranch, attend classes and enjoy a year-round program of athletics. The Boys Ranch Rodeo held on Labor Day weekend features competition among youths of all ages. Visitors are welcome. Open 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. daily.