KATEMCY ROCKS is operated by the Kruse family and Shain Chapman. Katemcy (pronounced “Ka-TIM- see”) Rocks is named after a rock formation that was allegedly part of the camping grounds of Comanche Chief Ketemoczy (Katemcy) who was one of the chiefs that signed the Meusebach- Comanche Treaty, allowing German settlers in the area. It is one of the few treaties with the Native Americans that was never broken. While our location has changed from that original rock formation, our name remains the same. We offer over 800 acres of granite rock providing an off road experience like no other in the state. Called the "Moab of Texas," KATEMCY ROCKS presents diverse terrain for all levels of four wheelers, from stock vehicles to extreme rock crawlers. There are multiple trails with numerous obstacles from easy to extreme.