Our Story2020-08-06T11:15:21-05:00

Terry & Sylvia Adams

The sheriffs (and owners) of Enchanted Springs Ranch. They are high-school sweethearts who fell in love and 35 years later still enjoy ranching and watching football together. They have four sons and five grandchildren. They purchased the ranch in 2017 and since then have been happy to continue the tradition hosting premier, western-themed events. The ranch began as a Hollywood movie set and has been the location of many commercials, music videos, movies, and unique hosted events. The charm of the Old West town, located in the Texas Hill Country, sets the stage for fun, customized True Texas events.

Lindsey Adams

Lindsey’s passion for the event planning industry started with her background in event management for an international non-profit organization. She fell in love with curating one-of-a-kind events for corporations. Lindsey was born and raised in Texas and grew up right here in Boerne, TX. After graduating from the University of Texas at San Antonio, she joined the Enchanted Springs Ranch team in May of 2018 as the director of marketing and events. Lindsey married her high school sweetheart, Jacob, at the ranch in 2019. When she’s not helping clients plan their larger-than-life true Texas experiences, she enjoys spending time with family, and loving on her two boxer pups.

Kelsea Adams

She joined the Enchanted Springs Ranch team in late 2019 and loves helping clients plan their dream events. Kelsea brings a wealth of knowledge from her previous experience in event planning and media production in radio and TV. She grew up in Port Aransas, TX and moved to San Antonio to attend Trinity University. During her time in college she met her future husband and they have since moved to Boerne, TX. Kelsea graduated from Trinity University with honors, majoring in Communication and minoring in Film Studies, Art & Art History. With her husband, Kevin, they have rescued three wonderful dogs and when she’s not at the ranch, she most enjoys taking them on adventures and exploring the Hill Country.

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