Double Dime South Ranch
4,820± Acres | Zavala and Maverick Counties | Property ID: 3137013
This is the southern portion of the famous and well-respected Double Dime hunting ranch, purchased in 1999. The headquarters features a main house overlooking a scenic eight± acre lake, accompanied by two guest houses, horse barns and paddocks, indoor arena, hangar, and paved airstrip, high/low-skeet range and two sets of cattle pens. Water includes two large lakes, 12 tanks and 12 water wells, providing water every 175 acres. Robert Dullnig, (210) 213–9700.
Mula Creek Ranch
2,181± Acres | Maverick County | Property ID: 3382064
Opportunity to own a low-fence, free-range hunting ranch in truly wild and untamed country with incredible water present. Maverick County is renown for producing large free-range deer and abundant native wildlife. Mula Creek provides drainage through the ranch and feeds several tanks, providing potential for a large lake. Three water wells; one Carrizo well pumps 200–300 GPM plus there is a six-inch pipe that runs through the ranch. Robert Dullnig, (210) 213–9700.
La Corona Ranch
2,721± Acres | Dimmit and La Salle Counties | Property ID: 2574738
This exceptional ranch in the Golden Triangle offers a turnkey property that has it all. Aptly named La Corona, this red dirt ranch is well-watered, has diverse brush habitat and immaculate, extensive improvements. Impressive main home with pool, high-fenced, numerous barns, state-of-the-art deer facility, guest house, original lodge, pavilion, staff accommodations, and blinds and feeders. The ranch has a MLDP Level III with wildlife of whitetail deer, turkey, javelina, quail and dove. 13 earthen tanks invite large-mouth bass fishing! Robert Dullnig, (210) 213–9700.
Elm Creek Ranch
1,800± Acres | Frio County | Property ID: 3119625
A rare opportunity to own a ranch located in desirable area that has been family owned since 1978. Two Carrizo irrigation water wells, Elm Creek and diverse brush make this an attractive offering. The headquarters are set on a hill overlooking the entire ranch and include a main home with pool, guesthouse, bunkhouse, cleaning shed/barn, walk-in cooler and high/low-skeet ranch. There are also several barns, kennels and bird barn. Both native and exotic wildlife are present. Robert Dullnig, (210) 213–9700.
Circle V Ranch
700± Acres in Dimmit County | Property ID: 2847087
In the heart of big deer country, this partially low-fenced ranch offers great native hunting. Terrain ranges from rolling sandy hills to low brush bottomland, with a highlight of a one± acre tank and attractive improvements including a home, pool, game cleaning station, equipment barn, walk-in cooler, smoke house and lighted rifle range. Excellent quail habitat plus whitetail deer, turkey, dove, javelina, hogs and others. Robert Dullnig, (210) 213–9700.
445± Acres | Atascosa and Wilson Counties | Property ID: 2088117
This is a beautiful ranch only 35± miles from San Antonio that offers hunting, farming, and ranch all at one time. Abundant wildlife plus great cover with huge oaks trees and scattered mesquites. 160± acres is an open field near a Carrizo well for irrigation potential. Two county roads access plus a good interior road system. Choice building sites with electricity and water wells for future improvements. Minerals negotiable. Robert Dullnig, (210) 213–9700.
Gran Acres Ranch
401± Acres | Dimmit County | Property ID: 3392855
This ideal-size, high-fence hunting property is set up and ready-to-go! Featured are a nice home with pool, guest cabin, barn, walk-in cooler, deer cleaning station and two storage bins. There is one Carrizo water well, one± acre stock tank, small pond plus ample treated water to supply the creek drainage. Home to whitetail, turkey, quail, dove, javelina, and others. Robert Dullnig, (210) 213–9700.
Buckhorn Creek Ranch
702± Acres | Frio County | Property ID: 2988989
Perfect-sized hunting ranch located in highly desirable Frio County. This ranch offers good low-fenced, free-range hunting for a complete range of native wildlife including whitetail, quail, turkey, and dove. Good brush diversity, large trees, rolling hills, and creek bottom areas add diversity to the land. Owned and operated by the same family since 1972. Robert Dullnig, (210) 213–9700.
Lagarto Valley Ranch
2,097± Acres | Live Oak and Jim Wells Counties | Property ID: 2505595
Owned and operated by the same family for 50-plus years, this beautiful rolling terrain offers a great, low-fenced opportunity. There are two water wells with seven± miles of underground piping to eight troughs and two ponds. Improvements include one set of cattle pens and scenic coastal pastures sculpted into the 60 percent native diverse brush. Selectively cleared senderos offer opportunity to view whitetail deer, turkey, javelina, dove, quail, and hogs. Minerals. Robert Dullnig, (210) 213–9700.
Arroyo Blanco Ranch
4,571± Acres | Zapata County | Property ID: 2936650
Diverse terrain supports abundant native wildlife with its habitat of diverse brush. The land has a mixture of rolling hills with long-distance views, creek bottoms with large brush, and sandy mott country great for quail hunting. It is adequately watered for both wildlife and cattle with 17 troughs and nine tanks. Ready for improvements of choice with municipal water and electricity in place plus perimeter fencing and two sets of cattle working pens. Robert Dullnig, (210) 213–9700.
Blue Hills Ranch
20,944± Acres | Val Verde County | Property ID: 2614059
An ideal investment for a large acreage hunting and/or cattle ranch. Breathtaking and scenic terrain varies from gentle rolling hills to large dramatic canyons and seasonal creek drainages that provide excellent habitat for wildlife. The ranch offers great hunting opportunities and has several water wells piped to troughs to support cattle and wildlife. 11± miles of paved frontage along FM 1024 provides easy access. Robert Dullnig, (210) 213–9700.
1,200± Acres | Uvalde County | Property ID: 2477134
This truly scenic property has 1,200± feet of the flowing Frio River, one of the largest ranches for sale in the scenic Frio River Canyon. Year-round activities and adventures include hunting to fishing to swimming and water activities. There are three charming small homes and perimeter-fencing/cross-fencing. Abundant native wildlife includes whitetail, axis, aoudad, turkey, javelina, and hogs plus the Frio River offers bass and cat fishing. Robert Dullnig, (210) 213–9700.
1,832± Acres | Kinney County | Property ID: 2016559
Here is a rare opportunity to own the South Texas Brush Country outside of the Eagle Ford Shale that has been owned and operated by the same family since 1906. Diverse brush has large oak trees present throughout and supports native whitetail deer, turkey, javelina, hogs, quail, and dove. Robert Dullnig, (210) 213–9700.
South Spofford Pastures
952± Acres | Kinney County | Property ID: 2683777
Offered is the south pasture of the Conoly Ranch, low-fenced land with water troughs and water lines plus one tank. Diverse brush, scattered with large oak trees, provides habitat for whitetail deer, turkey, javelina, hogs, quail, and dove. Robert Dullnig, (210) 213–9700.
150± Acres | Kendall County | Property ID: 3382092
The Bailey Ranch has been in the same family since the early 1940s and has a combination of breathtaking views, live water North Creek, and a prime location near Comfort, Fredericksburg, or Boerne. Recreational activities include hunting, fishing, hiking/exploring, and relaxing outdoors while enjoying the big views. Selectively cleared cedar allowed native grasses to grow and oaks trees to be highlighted. Robert Dullnig, (210) 213–9700.
Bain Cave Ranch
150± Acres | Comal County | Property ID: 3271756
This scenic ranch is minutes from metro San Antonio, yet you feel like you’re in the middle of a natural paradise, with Honey Creek State Natural area as a neighbor. Unique home is oriented to the breathtaking views from the pool and terrace plus there is a nice guest/staff home. One pond, one water well. Come home to hunt, hike, search for arrowheads, or relax by the pool while enjoying the Hill Country views. Robert Dullnig, (210) 213–9700.
Purgatory Creek Ranch
1,425± Acres | Hays and Comal Counties | Property ID: 3228112
This is a beautiful Hill Country ranch with abundant agricultural and recreational opportunities along with development potential. This diverse property has Purgatory Creek bottomland, high points with long distance views, and open fields of native grasses with highlighted large hardwood trees. Improvements include four water wells and one barn. Abundant native whitetail deer, turkey, dove, quail, and wild pigs. Robert Dullnig, (210) 213–9700.
Whiskey Springs Ranch
700± Acres | Kerr County | Property ID: 3090691
Spectacular acreage is at the heart of Kerrville’s main corridor fronting on I-10 and HWY 16. Prime development potential or personal ranch with great views, vistas, canyons, and meadows. Perimeter high-fencing in place, with ag. exemption. Just east of Kerrville and only 30 minutes north of Boerne. Robert Dullnig and Marc Sherron, (830) 739–0919.
1,150± Acres | Kimble County | Property ID: 3451619
This attractive ranch is an easy drive from San Antonio and offers land for cattle, recreation, or hunting with long distance views. It features large oaks, fields selectively cleared of cedar with native grasses, creek bottoms, and habitat for whitetail deer, turkey, dove, pigs, and others. In place is electricity and two water wells with windmills, awaiting improvements of choice. Robert Dullnig, (210) 213–9700.
Broken Spur Ranch
775± Acres | Kerr County | Property ID: 2862613
This renown high fence ranch includes multiple awards for TGR Ranch of the Year, Outfitter of the Year, as well as trophy whitetail awards including #1 Big Buck contest entries 2012–2014. The amazing wildlife is all inclusive, with an exquisite lodge with paradise pool and hot tub. Five water wells, 11 tanks/ponds, barn, cleaning facilities, kennels, blinds, feeders and ranch vehicles. This spectacular ranch is ready for recreational enjoyment on all levels! Marc Sherron, (830) 739–0919.
648± Acres | Kimble County | Property ID: 2838216
Here is a desirable turnkey ranch that captures exciting views from its
hilltop location. An attractive main home, complemented by a guest cabin, includes all furnishings plus the ranch improvements including blinds, feeders, and hunting trucks. The ranch is located just outside Junction and is convenient to the town of Kerrville as well. Marc Sherron, (830) 739–0919.
Medina River Ranch
101± Acres | Bexar County | Property ID: 3157549
A desirable river property is only 16± miles south of downtown San Antonio. There are over 1.2± miles of cypress-lined Medina River frontage plus a home, barns, grain silos, cattle pens, and perimeter low fence. The water attracts abundant native wildlife but also is ideal for grazing
livestock and has areas that can be farmed. Robert Dullnig, (210) 213–9700.
6,300± Acres | Kerr County | Property ID: 3451921
An opportunity to own a large portion of the historic Y.O. Ranch! The rolling hills and rock limestone peaks are studded with live oak, post oak, cedar, and mesquite trees. Aoudad Hill provides strong views across four counties. The gentle, open pastureland is covered with native grasses. Robert Dullnig, (210) 213–9700.
Comanche Ridge Ranch
776± Acres | Blanco County | Property ID: 3385258
An exceptional, breathtaking site offers excellent privacy, but is minutes from Horseshoe Bay Resort off a convenient paved road. Picturesque rolling ranchland has excellent native tree and brush coverage providing an ideal habitat for wildlife, supporting wild turkey and whitetail deer with trophy bucks. There is a hunter’s cabin with all utilities and RV hookups, plus several impressive hilltops with spectacular long-range views that invite improvements of choice. Marc Sherron, (830) 739–0919.
Old Real Ranch
145± Acres | Kerr County | Property ID: 2972757
Beautiful rolling landscape, flowing West Creek, ponds, and great pastures make this Hill County ranch exquisite! The Real family was once the largest landowner in the county. This land is ideal for livestock, recreation, and hunting, while also offering sites for potential lakes. Besides a handsome custom home, there is the original 1860s homestead, outbuildings, and shearing barn. Marc Sherron, (830) 739–0919.