- LIVE WATER
325 Acres on Nueces RiverEdwards County
Foster Farm & Ranch Presents: 325 Acres on The Nueces River
The 325-acre live water Nueces River Ranch encompasses all of the beauty and practicality of a prosperous Texas Hill Country Spread with over a half-mile of idyllic, crystal clear Nueces River frontage, outstanding topical diversity, and near-city accommodations. The Nueces River Ranch’s fertile soils, food source crops, and constant water sources are open to wildlife and promise a world-renowned outdoor experience.
Improvements & Wildlife: An excellence of nature inhabit the Nueces River Ranch, including Whitetail, Axis, Turkey, and Hog. The partially fenced perimeter and three large neighboring ranches create a current of wildlife movement to central water tanks and the wide-flowing, year-round water source. The calm, refreshing waters fronting the Nueces River Ranch are home to various bass, panfish, and freshwater tilapia.
Topography: Rolling hills cradling the Nueces River Ranch from the west quietly flaunt spectacular views of the Nueces River Valley while providing a complete overlook of the land’s coverage and cultivated plains.
Vegetation: Native grasses and shrubs stretch out from the sloping hillsides providing both fauna shelter and natural, aesthetic privacy across the greater 2/3 of the property. Planted in wheat, inner fields of long ago riverbed further enhance the property’s natural browse and wildlife virility. Soils suitable for various crops consist of an evolutionary collection of easily tilled organic matter and nutrients, saught for excellent water holding capacity and low erosion potential.
Recreation: The serenity of The Nueces River Ranch with its constantly flowing waters, superior topography, and an abundance of fowl, game, and fish make this haven near the city a one-of-a-kind destination for anglers, hunters, and wildlife enthusiasts.
Location: The Nueces River Ranch provides the desirable combination of privacy and accessibility with a 45-minute drive to Garnerfield Airfield in Uvalde and a 5-minute drive to urban accommodations in Campwood.