Boyd Ranch

Uvalde County


Boyd Ranch is an excellent opportunity with its vast 246-acre expanse and Nueces frontage. Nestled 10 miles west of Uvalde as the crow flies, this ranch provides the perfect secluded getaway. The property comes turnkey, featuring a meticulously remodeled hunter’s cabin with central air and heat. The surrounding area is abundant with diverse game, offering an exceptional hunting experience for outdoor enthusiasts.

Improvements: The Hunter’s House is a 1,200-square-foot house that has been remodeled and upgraded. It has concrete-stained floors and a nice fireplace, and it is ready for you to move in. Beautiful mature oak trees surround the headquarters.

Water: The Boyd Ranch comes with two water wells and a river bottom when the river is running.

Vegetation: The 246 acres are under a low fence and consist of virgin native brush that is prime for supporting wildlife and growing genetically superior whitetail deer. The brush species include guajillo, black brush, guayacan, persimmon, white brush, and much more. The rest of the property is a mixture of native brush and river bottom.

Wildlife: This area has typical South Texas wildlife, including hogs, whitetail deer, doves, and quail. The habitat provides prime cover and vegetation for wildlife.

$ 2,091,000 | 246 acres