Approx. Acreage: 726+/-
Price: $1,270,500 ($1750/acre)
Location: Kinney County
Nearest City: Brackettville

Beautiful ranch for the avid sportsman with a great lodge and cabin! This area has an enchanting quality to it from its huge hills with views that go on forever to its wide, fertile valleys! If you spend much time here, the land will get in your blood!


Located off FM 674, approximately 38 miles south of Rocksprings and 22 miles north of Brackettville, with GREAT ACCESS via a PAVED ROAD which is a deeded easement for about 5 miles, then a good caliche road for a little under a mile. It's only about 45 minutes to Del Rio International Airport and beautiful Lake Amistad!


  • Fantastic 3 bedroom/2 bath, 2 story lodge with great views. Built in 2015, the house has a fitting rustic look with red cedar exterior and pine interior. It has an open kitchen/living/dining area floor plan, central air/heat, composite shingle roof, a front and a back porch and is 2100+/- sq ft.

  • Newly constructed 1/1 cabin with rough cedar siding, standing seam metal roof, tile floors and a ventless gas fireplace.

  • Original, historic ranch cabin that has had its exterior completely restored. The inside is ready for a new owner to finish the way they want.

  • 2 Water wells, one at the house which can run on both wind and submersible simultaneously and one windmill on the west side of the ranch with a concrete pila.

  • Concrete pila at the headquarters with a wide top which which doubles as a great swimming pool!

  • Large field which could make a great food plot
  • Road system providing access to all parts of the ranch. The main roads through the Kickapoo Valley Ranch are very good caliche roads which are maintained by the Property Owners Association. Many properties in this area are not under a POA, hence no road maintenance, making access a huge drawback. Not the case here at KVR!


Whitetail deer, lots and lots of turkey, quail, dove, hogs and some exotics including axis, Corsican sheep, aoudad and elk.


Beautiful live oak and piñon trees, along with some shinoak, cedar, agarita and persimmon provide great cover. Elevations start at ~1600 feet and climb to ~1850 feet, providing tremendous hilltop views.


Provided by Rio Grande Electric Coop.


Ag-use valuation is in place, using wildlife management. 2020 taxes are $2677.


$1,270,500 ($1750/ac)