The ranch consists of rolling hills, creek bottoms, and some red sandy soil areas, a great variety of brush for big game and birds, and scattered oak and elm trees of which some are rather large. Vegetation is typical south Texas brush and native grasses. There are small strips throughout the ranch primarily used for quail hunting. These small strips are shredded to allow for driving on.
Topography of the ranch is rolling hills with higher ground on the west and east sides, with the middle of the property bisected by Buck Creek. Elevations range from 710 above MSL on the east side adjacent to I.H. 35 to 630 above MSL where Buck Creek exits the property on the south side. This property would make an ideal hunting ranch due to its convenient access to I.H. 35 and proximity to San Antonio.
The ranch has one major pond and several smaller ponds designed specifically for wildlife. Buck Cre...+ Show More