Fort Griffin Masonic Lodge


The Fort Griffin Lodge Hall is one of five recorded Texas Historic Landmarks on Collins Creek. It dates back to 1877. It was restored by owners Cliff and Lynne Teinert in year 2000. Collins Creek Ranch now uses the restored historic building located on the site of Fort Griffin for various purposes. The downstairs is used for gathering and meetings that vary from weddings to Texas Ranger gatherings. The upstairs is a bunk house laid out army barracks style with twelve (12) beds, one (1) private bedroom, and two (2) bathrooms. This room is ideal for big groups.



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