Soldier’s Gap Ranch

Kinney County


The Soldier’s Gap Ranch is a diverse property in far eastern Kinney County along the west prong of the Nueces River. Fronting paved FM 334; the ranch is easily accessible and only a 35-minute drive from Uvalde, TX. Soldiers Gap is named for the historic natural crossing point situated on the ranch and used by Cavalry soldiers at Fort Clark, crossing the west prong. This low-fenced property has over 400’ of elevation change, transitioning from flat bottoms dotted with oaks to high peaks. The diverse topography, fertile soils, and breathtaking river valley views make this ranch a unique opportunity for the investor or end user.

Water: Aside from having one mile of frontage along the west prong of the Nueces River, the ranch is very well watered internally. Nueces Creek, a wet weather creek, dissects the property flowing from west to east across the middle of the ranch. Five water wells and one shared water well are scattered across the property. These wells feed a series of troughs and storage tanks.

Wildlife: Aside from all native species of game, large herds of axis and aoudad have flourished. Multiple other exotics have been spotted in the ranch from time to time. 

Terrain & Vegetation: The ranch is very typical of the transitional zone northwest of Uvalde. Much of the ranch consists of fertile flat land with clusters of large oaks and other trees. The hills are covered with native browse, including guajillo, black brush, cedar, and persimmon trees. There is dense brush lining the draws and dry creek beds.

Improvements: The (3 bed/2 bath) brick home is located in the southwestern corner of the ranch, only a few hundred yards off the paved road. There is also a large barn and cattle pens located near the center of the ranch. Electricity is located at multiple points across the ranch for future improvements.


$ 7,680,600 | 3,012 acres