LAKE CREEK RANCH UVALDE COUNTY TX
- County: Uvalde
- Zip: 78833
- Type: Hunting Land, Lakefront Property, Ranches, Recreational Property
- City: Camp Wood
- Price: $5,500,000
- Acres: 619
- State/Zip: Texas 78833
- Status: Available
SIZE: 2106 acres or will divid into 619 acres or 1487 acres subject to survey
COMMENTS: This ranch is home to some of the largest native whitetail deer in the Texas Hill Country. Hunting is regulated to harvesting a few mature whitetail bucks each year. Other game species include Aoudad, Axis, Sika and a resident Elk herd.
The ranch lies between two mountain ranges on both sides of spring fed Lake Creek. A modern two story 4 BR/3B home over looks a ten to thirteen acre lake stocked with Florida cross bass and Crapie, It is not unusual to catch bass from 4 lbs. to 10 lbs. A crystal clear deep swimming hole provides a great place for family enjoyment. The entire ranch is accessible for hunting and hiking with some of the most beautiful views of the Texas Hill Country. All ranch road are accessible by ATV and off road pickups. All fences are net wire and are in excellent condition.
The ranch is divided in two separate adjoining pastures. The 619 acres Landing Strip pasture is games fenced. A 2500 grass landing strip located across the road from the lake.
The landing strip pasture is fertile deep soil with knee high KR Bluestem grass, large Live Oak trees, and native brush. No commercial hunting is allowed in the Landing Strip Pasture.
Water well with submersible pump and pipeline to the ranch home is located near the lake. This portion of the ranch is a fishing and hunting paradise.
The 1487 acre West pasture joins the Landing Strip pasture along the east boundary. New pipe working corrals are located near the upper lake. The corrals are designed to make work enjoyable.
The Upper Lake is a long winding fishing hole designed to accommodate several fishermen. The lake is stocked with trophy Florida cross bass.
A major cedar clearing program was completed in 2021. Young KR Bluestem covers the ground. Next year the grass should be knee high. The West Pasture has wide valley areas and long box canyons with heavy tree cover. Live oak, cedar guajillo, mountain laurel, shumac, agarita and persimmon can be found on the hill sides and valleys between the mountains. The terrain is ideal for old wise bucks to lay up and hide. Roads up each canyon are accessible via ATV and off road trucks.
Price: Subject to survey
Price: 2106 acres $4,995 per ac.
Price: 1487 acres $3,995 per ac.
Price: 619 acres $8,895 per acre
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