Cooper Mountain Ranch has many different types of terrain with Maverick Creek at the south part of the ranch, and Cooper Mountain at the northern end. Cooper Mountain is the high point on the ranch being approximately 2700 ft. elevation. Below Cooper Mountain is gently rolling terrain with mesquite and juniper. Cooper Mountain has some breathtaking views of most of the ranch. The southern end of the ranch, where Maverick Creek runs is a little rougher terrain and has some canyons. Approximately 25% of the ranch is influenced with oil production, however the companies seem to take good care of the locations and roads.
Cooper Mountain Ranch is well watered with many sizes of earthened reservoirs ranging from around an acre to 20 acres. Also, Maverick Creek has several spring feed areas that hold year around.
There are 4 homes on the property containing 2 guest houses, a hunters house, and a foremans house which would allow for many guests to stay at the ranch. Also there are 3 barns with one being a nice horse barn with 8 indoor/outdoor stalls. There is also a lighted roping arena, a horse walker, a round-pen, pipe working corrals, several dog runs, and a shooting range.
The ranch has a wide range of wildlife with mule deer, white tail, quail, dove, turkey, ducks, hogs, and some great fishing in some of the larger earthened reservoirs. The ranch has been well managed for several years on whitetail, mule deer and quail hunting. This area is known for big deer and quail hunting.
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