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Caza North Ranch  

1,017 ACRES – Zavala/Dimmit Co.


Caza North is a low fenced hunting ranch located just a few miles southeast of Crystal City, TX. Making up the eastern boundary is 1.7 miles of frontage on paved FM 65. The Nueces River meanders along the property for over 2 miles creating the ranch’s western boundary. The entire river bottom is made up of huge, towering hardwoods with the dominate species being century old live oaks. The river flows during wet years but currently is comprised of only pockets of water along stretches that provide water for native wildlife and habitat for wood ducks.

Spread throughout the ranch are tower hunting blinds, feeders, 6 surface tanks and one large lake. Both the lakes and tanks can be supplemented by well and an intricate, buried water distribution system. Water availability is becoming a major concern in our state and the issue is projected to only get worse in the future. Arguably, Caza’s most valuable asset is the tremendous groundwater it possesses. There are 3 functioning Carrizo Sands irrigation wells each with a 200 HP 3-phase electric surface pump that can produce upwards of 1,250 gpm. This large volume of water is currently used to supplement the lake and tanks or can be sent to either of the 2 center pivots irrigation systems.  The availability, quantity, quality and distribution of our most precious resource, water on this ranch is second to none.

Step into luxury and comfort with the 2-story main lodge built on a high bluff overlooking the River. Boasting a generous 6,910 square feet of living space, this home features nine bedrooms, nine and a half bathrooms, and a plethora of amenities. The lodge is meticulously designed and constructed with wood framing, stucco and rock exterior walls, and a metal roof. Enjoy the warmth of the large sandstone wood-burning fireplace in the living area, or unwind in the master suite complete with a jacuzzi-style bathtub and a spacious walk-in closet. The lodge also includes a bar area, a formal dining room, and a well-appointed kitchen with wood cabinetry and concrete countertops.  In addition to the main home there is a large metal shop and an older horse barn with stalls.  Adjacent to the lodge is a 20 acre high fenced trap with water that can be utilized as a “house pasture” for exotics or stock.  It’s hard to imagine a better place to unwind after an evening hunt than at the firepit on the spacious back patio while overlooking a beautiful stretch of Nueces River during a South Texas sunset.

Game on the property is plentiful with deer, dove, quail, turkey, ducks and hogs. River bottoms provide natural travel corridors for game and the 2 mile stretch of Nueces frontage offers that true low fence excitement that comes with unpredictable game sightings.

The northern part of the ranch along the river and accessed by its own dedicated entrance is an RV park with 165 rental spots with paved roads and utilities in place.  Though not in operation today, the park  was 100% occupied and highly profitable for several years during the Eagleford Shale boom. Today nature is slowly transforming the park back to its natural state but all infrastructure remains in place if the future owner desires a possible income stream in the future.

Financial: $3,995/acre or $4,062,915. Property will be transferred with no reservations. All furnishings and equipment will convey along with water pumping rights out of the river. The property is subject to an existing O&G lease. Call Broker for additional details.


Buyers brokers must be identified on first contact, and must accompany buying prospect on first showing to be allowed full fee participation. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at sole discretion of Listing Broker, Bluestem Ranch Group.

**Information contained herein is deemed reliable, but is not warranted by Broker or Sellers, and is subject to change, errors and/or omissions, prior sale and withdrawal from market.  Buyers are urged to verify representations on their own regarding the usefulness and value of the property for a given purpose.  Property is sold “as is where is, with all faults…and without warranty other than that of title.**