The prices listed below are daily rates and are all-inclusive; they include your freedom to photograph anywhere on the ranch, a professional guide, and bait for raptors. The guide can provide as much or as little photography instruction as you're comfortable with (see the Guides page). Deposits are collected by credit card. Please use the Contact Us area below to get started.
1 photographer: $225
2 photographers: $210 each
3 photographers: $195 each
4+ photographers: $185 each
Mention that you're a prior Alan Murphy workshop customer to receive a discount!
The prices listed below are daily rates; they include your freedom to photograph anywhere on the ranch and a professional guide during your trip. The guide can provide as much or as little photography instruction as you're comfortable with (see the Guides page).
Please use the Contact Us area to the right to get started. Reservations are confirmed via email.
1 photographer: $280
2+ photographers: $240 each
If you are photographing alone on your trip and someone joins you in the blind, your rate will decrease to the multi-person rate.
Cash or checks are accepted for payment. Talk with your guide to see if they will accept credit cards.
A note to visitors to the ranch during the COVID-19 pandemic
All clients that have not been vaccinated will be required to wear a mask. For reference, our blinds are 16 feet long which provide plenty of space between photographers in small groups.
Directions to Laguna Seca Ranch
from Hwy 281 Northbound
Traveling north on Highway 281, exit on Laguna Seca Rd (turn left). This exit is 1.8 miles past the exit for Highway 490.
After traveling for 2.8 miles, you will come to a dead-end. Turn right at the stop sign.
After traveling for 1.3 miles, you will come to another dead-end. (The Laguna Seca Ranch historical marker is at your 2 o'clock.) Turn right at the stop sign. Follow this road which jogs to the left and again to the right.
After traveling for 1.9 miles, you have arrived at the ranch entrance (shown above). The gate is the only gate on your right (East) side. If you see a sign for the Buenos Aires ranch, you have gone too far.