With two eclipses right around the corner, I decided to lend a little piece of southwest Texas history to the public. My ranch has been in the family since 1919. We survived the Great Depression, the drought of the 1950’s and more.

On to better times though. The annual solar eclipse on October 14, 2023, and the total solar eclipse on April 8, 2023, have Leakey in its cross-hairs, so I thought it would be a great idea to offer up a little pasture land to some would-be eclipse enthusiasts. Why not?!? I love to meet new people and it will put a little dough in the coffers to help keep the ranch going.


Dry camping, boondocking, off-grid camping, or dispersed camping… no matter what you call it, those who like it have one thing in common. They want to get away from it all.

MJ’s will host RV spaces. Each space is 25’x35′ and allows ample room to stretch out and relax. Reservations have a 3-night minimum with additional nights available at discounted rates.

Each space will be marked off with surveyor’s paint and guests are responsible for their own needs. Make sure you are completely self-contained. We do not provide electricity, water, or sewer hook-ups. In other words, bring your generator and plenty of gasoline to run it. Fill up on water at home and be conservative with it once you arrive. There are no bathhouses or restrooms available on the property.

As you can see from this map, you won’t find a better place
to view the 2023 and 2024 eclipses!
If you miss this one you’ll only have to wait until August 23, 2044. 😉