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$21,500,000 10,247 acres
Cotulla, Texas 78014 - La Salle County

Caballero Ranch

Once part of the renowned Olmos Ranch, and later the Welder/Dobie Ranch, this sprawling historic Ranch was once the home place of famous American folklorist J. Frank Dobie. It was on this soil that his interactions with local Vaqueros gave birth to his calling. As he listened to the Vaqueros talk over campfires at night, he seemed to be seeing a great painting of something Id known all my life, the stories of the Texas land. Shortly thereafter he released his first book, A Vaquero of the Brush Country, 1929. Spanning 10,247.552 acres of precious South Texas habitat, the high fenced Caballero Ranch has approximately 5.5 miles of boundary along the famed Nueces River, and some of the best deer country in the State of Texas. A deer manag
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$13,900,000 5,753 acres
Uvalde, Texas 78801 - Uvalde County

Fossil Creek Ranch

TE78 Fossil Creek Ranch Airport, lays along the Northern edge of the peaceful Lake Creek Valley, being 5300 feet of privately owned, asphalt paved, lighted runway, she will probably handle whatever you are flying. From the double hangar and lounge it is a short stroll or ride to the native stone lodge and guesthouses, capable of sleeping approximately 30 people, which are situated along the three crystal clear spring fed lakes of Lake Creek. The massive concrete dams back up acres and acres of some of the most beautiful water in the Hill Country, surrounded by giant centuries old oak and Elm trees. There is no better setting for your private water property, with no public access along the waterway. Fossil Creek Ranch surrounds the secl
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$7,485,300 8,317 acres
Del Rio, Texas 78840 - Val Verde County

Dead Man's Canyon Ranch

West of Del Rio, along the Eastern banks of the Pecos River, lies Dead Mans Canyon Ranch, one of the most unique, historical, and pre-historically significant pieces of land in the state of Texas. Along her 6 miles of Pecos river frontage, and adjacent to the Pecos River High Bridge, you can experience sheer bluffs, numerous documented caves, pictographs, pre-historic and American Indian artifacts, as well as the remains of how the West was won. Dead Man's Canyon, which runs for 17 miles to its mouth on the Pecos is a wide and deep canyon and a significant valley in the Pecos River drainage system. It and the ranch get their names from several skeletons, the remains of apparent vicitims of Indian attack, that were found there by early sett
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