This scenic Hill Country ranch is located in southern Edwards County, southwest of the county seat Rocksprings. Average annual rainfall is 21.19 inches with a 250 day growing season. The climate is comfortable year 'round, with January's average low temperature 38 degrees and July's average high 94. Edwards County is located on a mesa at an altitude exceeding 2,500 feet which lends itself to dry, clean air and a constant breeze. The area is noted for its comfortable climate. Edwards County has long been recognized as one of the top destinations to hunt in Texas! Indian Gap Ranch has a large population of native Whitetail deer and other abundant native game species include Rio Grande Turkey and Javelina. And hunting isn't limited to native game, as the ranch has various types of exotic game animals from around the world including Axis deer, Sika deer, Fallow deer, Mouflon Sheep and Russian boar/Feral hog crosses.