Own a piece of Texas with the best high-fenced exotic and native game year-round hunting ranch which offers the next owner the rare opportunity for significant tax savings via a prepared nature Conservation Easement. The Rio Diablo Ranch in Val Verde County South Texas gives you the freedom to enjoy approximately 4,423 acres of magnificent cliffs, bluffs, endless views, natural springs and lush creek beds teaming with scores of wildlife species. Elevations range from 1,400 feet to 1,750 feet. Located just 30 miles from Del Rio and Lake Amistad, host of world champion bass fishing. The ranch shares a property line with over 15,000 acres of preserved Texas Parks and Wildlife land to the west and a 9,800 acre private high-fenced ranch to the south. Seasonal Bluff Creek and Big Satan Creek cross the property and the Devils River lies only 2.25 miles southwest of the property and offers swimming, fishing and awesome paddling expeditions.
The Ranch is fully-equipped with many improvements including: 32 miles of high fencing (including entire perimeter, one cross fence and a breeding pen) 3,200 sq. ft. lodge with commercial kitchen and accommodations to sleep sixteen guests 1,125 sq.ft. skinning area with fully equipped meat processing facility and two 10 x 10 walk-in coolers 1,200 sq.ft. 2/1 off the grid cabin with sleeping loft, fireplace and porches with amazing views 9,000 sq.ft. barn/ hanger 2,650 feet x 33 feet asphalt airstrip 20 blinds and 28 feeders Extensive network of water lines and troughs for wildlife and approximately 30 miles of roads and trails. The ranch is well-watered by 4 wells; 2 on submersible pumps and 2 on large, well maintained windmills.
Exotic game animals for year-round hunting include: Scimitar Oryx Elk Blackbuck Antelope Axis and Fallow Deer Aoudad Mahrkor Iranian Red, Mouflon and Barbado sheep The ranch is well-stocked with several species of native Whitetail deer, Rio Grande turkey, Texas Dall sheep and White Wing dove
From Del Rio, travel north on US 377 for 31 miles. Property entrance off Tyras Ranch Road.