Johns Hall Things to Do
Take a nature hike around the property. There are many beautiful trees and flowers to obeserve. Be sure to take your binoculars and your camera along with you.Related to:
Johns Hall Restaurants
Orange River Ranch: Open air restaurant
The open air restaurant at the ranch was lovely. It had vines and blooming flowers all along the open side. The food was edible but nothing memorable.
Breakfast was included in the room rate and I believe that dinner could be for a few dollars extra. We chose not to include it because sometimes we had a large lunch somewhere else.
Favorite Dish: The only thing I remember was the night they had goat and another guest was very upset to find out that she couldn't order something else instead.
They offered one special meal every night and if you didn't like what they served you did without. I hope that this policy has changed also.Related to:
Johns Hall Transportation
They have a daily shuttle between Orange River Ranch and Mo Bay. You can get there that way or you can drive yourself in a rental car. We chose to do the latter.
The van in the picture was parked on the ground near the office but I do hope that they have purchased a new one now.Related to:
- Road Trip
Johns Hall Shopping
Mo Bay: Go into town
There was nothing that you could buy at the ranch when we stayed there but they may have a gift shop now. You can catch the daily shuttle from there and go into Mo Bay to do some shopping.Related to:
- Road Trip
Johns Hall What to Pack
No shopping here
Luggage and bags: Travel light !! I know that is easier said than done.
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Casual clothing is all you will need here.
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: Bring everything that you will need. Shops are miles away.
Photo Equipment: Don't forget the camera, film or memory stick, and an extra battery.
Miscellaneous: Don't forget your bins and walking shoes.Related to:
- Hiking and Walking
Johns Hall Off The Beaten Path
On the 998 acres of Orange River Ranch, you are sure to spot many species of birds.
Some are found nowhere else except Jamaica. So get on your walking shoes, grab your binoculars and look around.Related to: