Camp House RanchKinney County
The Camp House ranch will make a great weekend ranch or a full-time resident, located 14 miles west of Brackettville off of FM 334. At 542 acres, this ranch provides ample space to enjoy evening buggy rides or sit in a deer blind. This is a low fenced, free-range ranch that is covered in wildlife. The front gate is right off the highway, so access is convenient to the house.
Improvements: Located half a mile from the front gate, down an all-weather road, is a nice Brick home with an attached two-car carport. On the north side of the house is a wooden observation deck that works great for relaxing in the evening. The water well is located in the vicinity of the house.
Wildlife: The ranch has abundant wildlife, with nice bucks harvested in past years. You can find typical South Texas animals here, including whitetail deer, hogs, turkey, dove, and some quail. There is some axis in the area and on this ranch. This ranch is a low fence, and a lot of nature passes through this area often.
Water: A water well that supplies the home is located next to the house.
Vegetation: Live Oak, Cedar Trees, Mesquite, Agarita, Cenizo, Persimmon, native grasses, and some native Mixed Brush.
Topography: A great combination of topography takes place on this ranch. Starting with some level terrain then transitioning into some rolling that provide some beautiful sunset views.
Location: From Uvalde, take Hwy 55 north towards Camp wood for 19 miles, then head west Rm-334. Go 15 miles towards Brackettville, and the ranch gate will be on your right.