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October 21-22, 2022

$30 - 12 and over
$20 - under 12

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The Real Men's event is an incredible event for men and boys to come together and do things that MEN do! Our events range from Shooting, Off-roading, to different sporting events and all the way to the 600 foot zip line! With 18 events going on all day long you will be sure to have a memorable time!

Target Shooting | Turkey Shoot | Skeet Shoot* | Paintball* | Airsoft | Mechanical Bull Rides | Archery | Hatchet Throw | Greased Pig
Zip Line | Highland Games | Wild West Shootout | Rock Wall | Cast Master | NBA Three-point Shoot | 

Baseball Throw | Disc Golf | Drone

Event list subject to change

*Additional $30 fee required for event.

Skeet shoot includes safety gear, skeet, one box of ammo shells and shotgun. (extra box of shotgun shells - $10)

Paintball included safety gear, 500 rounds of paint, gun and air. (500 additional paintball rounds - $20)
Additional ammo and paintballs will be available on site.

GUEST SPEAKER

Dallas G. Bozeman

Dallas "Gar" Bozeman is currently a missionary with Converge International Ministries, a coach, and a keynote speaker.

 

After the attacks of September 11th, the Alabama native committed to serving our nation and in 2004 graduated from the elite Naval Explosive Ordnance Disposal School. His career took him all over the world, serving in Europe, Asia, and the Middle East. He went on to serve four combat tours in Iraq and Afghanistan. His career allowed him the privilege of working with foreign militaries, mentoring Afghan Commandos, and serving under 3rd Special Forces Group and Combined Joint Special Operations Task Force-Afghanistan. 

As an Explosive Ordnance Team Leader, Mr. Bozeman was responsible for disarmament and destruction of Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) and weapons systems. Working alongside some of the greatest problem solvers in the armed forces, his teams were credited with disarming over 2550 IEDs.  Sergeant Bozeman served in combat 2006, 2008-2009, 2010-2011, and 2013. 

His other duties included site security for the U.S. Secret Service with the privilege of supporting two Presidents and Vice-Presidents of the United States, the Secretary of State, foreign dignitaries, and several former Presidents. 

His combat recognitions include The Bronze Star with Combat Valor, and two Purple Hearts. He was also recognized as the Air Force Non-Commissioned Officer of the Year, and received the Air Combat Command Pitsenbarger Award for Heroism. 

Mr. Bozeman has been married to his wife, Kimberly, for 16 years and they have five children. 

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friday night camping only

$5 DINNER HOTDOGS AND BURGERS

THERE IS NO WATER OR ELECTRIC

CAMPING IS FREE TO ALL

BREAKFAST WILL NOT BE PROVIDED

FIRE PITS ARE ALLOWED, NO CAMPFIRES

SITE OPENS AT 3PM FOR SETUP

BRING YOUR OWN SUPPLIES AS NEEDED

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Making Dreams Come True

"Last year's Real Men's Event was our first year of hopefully many! My two boys (11 and 13) and I had more fun than daylight would allow. the "good ole' days" we will speak of, is experienced for the day and night before, if you choose to tent camp, and the material things of today never a request of the young man!! I couldn't keep up with my boys most of the day, but truly enjoyed watching them have the time of their life chasing greasy pigs, archer competitions, skeet shooting and just wandering around God's country. We can’t wait for out next trip to Skeeter Ranch"

- Andy Scroggins

Father & Son Day Like No Other

"I was blessed enough to get to experience Real Men's with my 8-year-old son. Together we got to see some of the most beautiful property God created. Everything from the fellowship to the BBQ, the fun and games to the message the was sent out was amazing. Friendships were made and a lot of firsts were experienced."

- daniel dowdy

Life Changing

"I first attended the Real Men’s Event based on the recommendation of a man I met during a brief encounter. I took my son and father-in-law to Skeeter Ranch and camped out in a field Friday night not really knowing what to expect. The day of the event, two memorable things happened: first, my son and I got to spend the whole day together playing and serving without the world’s distractions and most importantly, God spoke to my father-in-law through the event speaker Johnny Hunt in such a clear and simple way that he gave his life to Christ. Ever since that day, I have worked to preserve this event as a safe and comfortable place for men to encounter their creator, maybe un-expectantly. Don’t miss out."

- Philip Dixon