The topography in this area is gently rolling with a mixture of soil types from sandy loam to some clay based soils. The ranch is about 80% big, native trees and native brush, with the remainder being fields and senderos. Brush include mesquite, granjeno, retama, anaqua, prickly pear, lime prickly-ash, blackbrush and other native brush. En Medio Creek crosses the ranch.


The ranch has deer, hogs, turkey, dove, and quail. Dove hunting is excellent near the two ponds. There is an abundant amount of turkey that roost by En Medio Creek!


– Electricity is available by the camp.

– There is an approx. 40’ x 60’ concrete slab at the camp that can be used for a house or barn.

– The perimeter goat fence or “King Ranch style” low fence is in excellent condition.


There is one electric water well by the camp that supplies water to the two ponds and to an oxbow of En Medio Creek. The creek crosses the ranch and usually holds water year round.


Owner owns no minerals and there is no production on the ranch.


$2,295.00 an acre or $573,750.00 – REDUCED!!!


This is a fantastic hunting ranch in a great area with lots of game!

Jerry D. Moren – (361) 290-0970 or


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