Black Creek River Ranch is a beautiful 1906 acre ranch in the heart of big deer country. The ranch is located at the west end of Withers Road approximately 20 air miles northwest of Freer, approximately 35 miles southeast of Cotulla, in LaSalle and Webb Counties. Native pasture with South Texas brush to include mesquite, huisache, prickly pear, white brush, black brush, guajillo, granjeno, guayacan, brasil, kidneywood, acacia, etc. Native grasses are throughout the ranch. There are several large open field areas that are in sachahuista grass which is a course evergreen and used for hunting Bobwhite Quail. The property features Black Creek which runs southeast to northwest through the ranch. The ranch also fronts the Nueces River along its north boundary. Many exotic animals have been seen crossing the river including red stag, nilgai, ram, elk, and tagged deer from other ranches. There are 4 dirt tanks, 1 pila, and 8 water troughs all fed from a shared water well. The ranch has been divided into 3 separate pastures. Two of the pasture are completely high fenced and one 3/4 high fenced and open on the Nueces River. The larger high fence section is home to trophy Axis deer, white-tailed Deer, blackbuck antelope, blue scale quail, bobwhite quail, and javelina. The largest section of the ranch is 1050 acres and is home to native trophy white-tailed deer, bobwhite quail, blue scale quail, feral hogs, and javelina. The ranch has been heavily managed for 9 years by a wildlife biologist operating under the MLDP level 3 program. Supplemental protein pellets are fed year-round along with cottonseed. White-tailed Deer bucks have been recorded weighing 240+ over the past several years. Electricity, water, and sewer are available from private water wells and sewer by septic tanks. The water for the ranch comes from the Enterprise Gas Plant with an allocation of 300 gallons per day with a recorded deed stating such. There are three water storage tanks totaling 16,000 gallons. The main ranch house is a 2-bedroom, 1 bath, with a loft and an outside bath house with a shower, toilet, washer, and dryer. There are 4 RV hookups at the home-site for additional living space. The house is set on the highest point of the ranch and you can see for miles experiencing the most beautiful sunsets in Texas. The ranch has good county road access and seclusion. This ranch is a wildlife sanctuary hidden in the beautiful South Texas Brush Country!!