Northwest of Lake Amistad near the Pecos River lies 3,230 acres of natural West Texas ranchland. Rolling topography teaming with hearty brush, scattered low lying grass, bluffs and long-range vantage points, provide an ideal location for someone looking to ranch, relax, recoup and get away. With good groundwater and a water well system in place, wildlife and livestock are supplied with water year-round. There has also been a game management program in place for over 25 years providing a strong wildlife population. Improvements include a ranch house with a pila style swimming pool, a hunter’s cabin, an 1,800-foot landing strip, with a barn, tack barn, stables, and working pens nearby, with another set of working pens by the south windmill. Submersible water wells powered by electricity run throughout the ranch along with good perimeter fence, cattle guards and road infrastructure.
An hour and fifteen-minute drive east to Del Rio, two hours west to Alpine and less than an hour to the Pecos River and the Amistad National Recreation Area.
Honest land in a timeless landscape, regardless of where you travel from to get there. In times like these it’s essential to find a place to disconnect and stay connected to who we are, who we love and the world apart from the noise.