This amazing ranch, located in Val Verde County, contains vast rolling hills with long distance views, and provides game with plenty of room to run livestock. More importantly, it is a great place to be out in the open and get away from time to time. Disconnect and escape into a place where the weight of the world drifts away. Watch a thunderstorm roll across the plains or gaze into a sea of stars at night. It’s a quick trip to the Amistad National Recreation Area, with Del Rio to the east and Marfa/Alpine/Marathon to the west if you want to venture out and enjoy some of the unique culture that this extraordinary landscape has to offer.
The 8,600 acre, Pumpville Ranch is a true West Texas ranch. It offers a variety of wildlife and game including Whitetail, Mule Deer and Blue Quail. There are three water wells spread out across the property with steady flow that provides a good amount of water for livestock and wildlife. It is low fenced around the perimeter, and has had recent improvements done to the interior roads. There is a foreman’s cabin on the ranch that has been used as a hunting cabin over the past few years that has running water and electricity, and there is good access to and from the ranch along the Pumpville Road from US Highway 90. State classified minerals on four parcels of the ranch convey.