Concan Valley Ranch is located just five miles north of Concan and 4 miles south of Garner State Park in northern Uvalde County. Access to the ranch from HWY 83 is quick and easy through the gated and paved Valley Vista Subdivision. The drive from Austin is about 2.5 hours with San Antonio being just under an hour and a half.
Although just a half mile west of HWY 83, the geographical location and positioning of the property tucked behind an expansive ridgeline create that middle of nowhere feel so many long for in todays fast paced modern world.
Peaceful and quiet this hill country getaway offers countless recreational opportunities including hunting, camping and hiking. In addition to the on-site opportunities, the Frio River, Concan and Garner State Park, are each 10 minute drive away and offer a myriad of river recreational opportunities.
Elevations on the ranch range from approximately 1420 in the creek bottom to 1890 on the top of the highest hill. Over 2 miles of interior ranch roads allow for good access throughout the property. As a nice complement to the extensive hilltops offering massive views there’s over 2,000 of both sides of Sycamore Creek. With pockets of water during wet times, this creek is another attractive aspect of the property. The entrance to the ranch is within this creek bottom area and adds instant charm as you enter the front gates. On the east end of the property, situated on the grassy banks of Sycamore Creek is where you will find the camp area. With municipal water and underground electricity in place, the camps lodging consists of 2 travel trailers each secured under a pole barn with metal roof protecting them from the elements. There is a rock paver walkway between the trailers, firepit and parking area and a game cleaning station with water and electricity. Although this camp area is simple and modest, it’s the perfect setting for stargazing and campfire storytelling. Surrounding the camp area and throughout the ranch’s central valley floor there are beautiful hardwood trees including Black Walnut, Buckeye, Sycamore, Live Oak and Post Oak. This grassy, private valley quickly transitions into steep hillsides then into more open wide hilltop mesas offering forever views over the Frio River watershed.
There are 4 hunting stations spaced out throughout the property each with a blind and feeder. Hunting opportunities on the property are exceptional and about as wide-ranging as you can find on any low-fenced property in Texas with an abundance of native species and a variety of free-ranging exotics. Native species observed are whitetail deer, Rio Grande Turkey, hogs, fox, coyote, bobcat and mountain lion. Free ranging exotic species observed include Nilgai, Aoudad, Sika, Axis, Corsican Sheep and Catalina Goats.
Improved Listing Price:
$1,795,000 $1,700,000 or $6,800/acre. Seller to provide standard title policy and existing survey. 2022 taxes were approximately $513. Property holds a current Wildlife Management Tax Exemption. Buyer’s 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 the 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.