Our vision for building Morrell Ranch was simple: create a place where people can connect, create legacies, and make memories that will last a lifetime. Start the morning with breakfast in the lodge, followed by ample activities, like horseback riding, skeet shooting and fishing. At the end of the day cozy beds await you in one of our many suites and cabins.
ROOMS, SUITES & CABINS
Morrell Ranch has three distinct lodging offers: rooms and suites in our main lodge, studio cabins along the lake, and multi-room family cabins. Each of our accommodations has its own look and feel. Take a peek at the photos below and let us know if you have any questions before making your reservation.
WHAT TO DO
Baby Alpaca/Deer Bottle Feeding
One of our young guests' favorite experiences, guests can help feed our baby alpaca and white tail deer. The feeding is seasonal (our babies grow out of feeding). To inquire about feeding them on your visit contact our guest services team.
Grab a kayak and spend the day on the water with hook and pole, or fish from shore. Morrell Ranch is Missouri's best kept fishing secret.
Kayaking, Canoeing and Paddle Boarding
During the summer and late spring Morrell Ranch's Swan Lake is a great place to cool down. Grab a kayak, canoe or paddleboard and make your way around the ranch by way of water.
Hiking & Biking Trails
Hike or bike, it's up to you. Our trails are laid out on over 600 acres of ranch land. Explore our alpaca ranch, cattle farms, young vineyard and find the perfect perch to watch a midwest sunset.
Horseback Riding ($)
Horseback riding is available for an additional fee. Inquire about a lesson when you make your reservation, or ask at check-in at the guest services building.
Skeet Shooting ($)
Schedule a skeet shooting session during your stay for a small additional fee.
Test your frisbee skills with a game of frisbee golf. Located across Morrell Ranch, frisbee golf is a fun partner or group activity and great for all ages. Ask our guest services team for more information.
Stroll Through a Vineyard
Still young, our vineyard is located on the back entrance of Morrell Ranch. Take a peek at the growing vines, and start planning your next visit to enjoy the harvested grapes.
Relax in a Sauna or Jacuzzi
Take a break from the outdoors and unwind in the lower level of our main lodge with fitness room, sauna, pool and jacuzzi. The main lodge also features an expansive common area with large fireplace, library and even a piano for the musically inclined.
Warm up by a Firepit With S'mores
Is there a better way to enjoy an evening by the fire than with s'mores? S'more fixings are available in nearby Gallitin, about a 5 minute drive from the ranch.
Watch a Midwest Sunset
Walk the ranch and find the perfect perch for an enchanting midwest sunset.
Nearby in Missouri
According to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, it is the site where Adam and Eve lived after being expelled from the Garden of Eden. They believe it will be a gathering spot for a meeting of the priesthood leadership prior to the Second Coming of Jesus Christ.
SQUIRREL CAGE JAIL
Built in 1889, the Squirrel Cage Jail in Gallatin, Missouri is one of three remaining rotating jails in the United States. Rotary jail cells were arranged so that they rotated in a carousel fashion, allowing only one cell at a time to be accessible from the single opening.
Jamesport, Missouri is the largest Old Order Amish colony west of the Mississippi and the largest colony in the state. Visitors will experience an authentic Amish town filled with town and country shops, restaurants, buggies, farming and true Amish furniture workshops.
CROWDER STATE PARK
Crowder State Park is a 1,912-acre park in the rolling green hills of northern Missouri. Visitors can enjoy more than 17 miles of hiking, bicycling and equestrian trails in forested, rugged terrain. The park also offers fishing and boating on the 18-acre Crowder Lake