The Leona Ranch is located 14 miles north of Brackettville, Tx. off Highway 674. The ranch is less than a mile off Hwy 674, access to the ranch is provided by a recorded easement via a caliche road. The ranch is located on the southern edge of the Edwards Plateau, known throughout Texas for it's abundance of whitetail deer and turkey. Vegetation on the ranch is primarily live oak and cedar with a mixture of Edwards Plateau and south Texas brushes. The northern part of the ranch has some Pinon Pine trees thrown into the mix. The southernmost portion of the ranch is more characteristic of south Texas brush country with scattered oaks, mesquite and cedar trees. Kinney County is a five deer county. In addition to the abundant deer population found on the ranch hunters will find Rio Grande turkey, feral hogs, quail and doves.