7 Day-The Whirligig and the Difference of Possibilities
Your guide to joining us at the
Lazy Double D Ranch
Houston has two major airports:
The closest airport to Lazy Double D Ranch is George Bush Intercontinental (IAH) in Houston, TX. IAH is about 83 miles from Brenham (where some of the lodging & restaurants are located). Brenham is about 15-18 minutes from the ranch.
Another option is Houston Hobby Aiport (HOU) HOU is about 95 miles from Brenham.
It is also possible to fly into the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport, TX airport which is 90 miles from Brenham. Several of the highways from Austin do require tolls.
Taxis and Uber do NOT take passengers to Brenham, TX or Bleiblerville, TX from any of Houston or Austin airports. Please read the section below closely for information on how to get to the ranch.
We HIGHLY recommend you rent a car AND find someone to share a rental car with.
You are responsible for your own transportationincluding getting to and from...
The airport you fly in/out of
The hotel or airbnb where you stay
Grocery stores, restaurants, etc.
Make sure you stop and check out Buc-ee's (Gas station and more than just gas) Cypress, TX 77429
The United States dollar is the official currency of the United States.
There will be no other currency accepted in the United States. The best exchange rates can be found at your local bank or Currency Exchange Services at the airport you are departing from or IAH Airport. Which can be located in Terminals B, C, D, and E. Exchange rates and fees apply.
There are many ‘Cash machines’ (ATMs) where you can withdraw cash. ATM's can also be found at the airport terminals when you arrive. Please note exchange rates can be higher when using cash machines (ATM's)
We will require the following information: Passport name Passport number Address Phone number Class dates Approximate travel dates
Lazy Double D Ranch
4571 Bleiblerville Road Bleiblerville, TX 78931
Parking: Please park on the grass along the outside of the white fence or on the grass to the left and right of the gravel road. Do not cross the cattle guard/white fence with your car to park. That smaller parking on the far side of the fence is for those who live at the ranch only