A Conservation Ranch
History as shared from Texas Land Conservancy and the heirs:
West-central Hays County, near Wimberley, was once considered the boondocks; a place for folks seeking peace and quiet. The Smith family purchased the ranch in 1954, and the current owner grew up here, riding horses through the cedars and cypress, swimming in the cool depths of the family swimming hole on Cypress Creek, and fishing in the shadows of the rock overhangs.
In 2008, the owner and Texas Land Conservancy, a 501c3 non-profit conservation organization, partnered to place a permanent conservation easement agreement on the 88.71 acres that comprise the owners beloved Eagle Rock. The perpetual conservation easement agreement restricts development and subdivision while allowing for the typical uses of a working ranch.
Features of the land include 1,100 linear feet (both sides) of Cypress Creek...+ Show More
From Hwy 12, North of Wimberley, take Jacobs's Well Road. Eagle Rock begins after you pass the Woodcreek Development on the left. The main entrance is past Cypress Creek crossing.