3B Game Ranch

$3,750,000 Aspermont, TX 1,301± Deeded Acres

Executive Summary

The 3B Game Ranch is the definition of a turnkey game ranch that encompasses all the diversities of Stonewall County in one ranch and brings modern comforts to the rough and rugged surroundings. Fully stocked with a variety of exotics, elk, and whitetail deer. With diverse terrain that suits each species and allows for an extremely diverse hunting experience depending on which part of the ranch you are on. Set up for a family getaway, entertaining clients, company retreat, or any buyer looking for their own private getaway to enjoy with family and friends. The ranch is complimented with a low maintenance all steel construction six-bedroom, four-bath Barndominium style lodge. Perched on the mesquite covered plateaus above the river, the lodge is fully furnished with all the comforts of home. It features a large open living/kitchen with attached insulated equipment shop/laundry and mud room. With the drastic increases in the cost of construction and in the current market, ranches like this one are in high demand.

Just the Facts

  • Six-bedroom, four-bath home/lodge with large open living/kitchen with attached insulated shop/laundry and mud room. 
  • Cross-fenced inside the property boundary
  • All furniture included in the sale (excludes taxidermy and personal items)
  • 11 blinds and feeders
  • 1.6 miles of the Salt Fork of the Brazos River bisects the property with professional game secured water gaps
  • Established roads, ATV trails, and river crossings
  • Stocked with whitetail ranging from 150 to 250+ inches, elk, fallow, axis, zebra, gemsbok, blackbuck, bison, scimitar oryx, ostrich, and a host of hogs, turkey, dove, bobcats, coyotes, and other small game
  • Two water wells with a system of drinkers around the ranch, six earthen tanks, and a water storage system that feeds the lodge
  • Outdoor kitchen, fireplace, and built-in firepit
  • Two rooms share a bathroom and are “hotel style” being accessed by the exterior of the lodge for guests or ranch hand
  • County road frontage on two sides
  • Close to Highway 83
  • AT&T cell service is great throughout most of the ranch, Verizon is sub-par
  • No reservation of minerals is being made in the sale - seller does not believe to own any
  • No reservation of wind rights or any other surface rights being made – seller believes to own 100% wind rights 
  • Fresh survey of the property less than two years ago

Broker's Comments

In comparison to other ranches in the area, 3B Game Ranch is by far-first class, unique, and diverse in terrain, wildlife, and improvements. I believe it is a well above average place and if I only had two words to describe this place, they would be unique and turnkey.  

Learn about the locale


Located just north of Aspermont, Texas, and west of Highway 83 on a county maintained gravel/dirt road. Aspermont provides all of the basic needs including hardware, grocery, feed stores, hospital, and a few local restaurants. 


  • Summer High: The July high averages roughly 96 degrees
  • Winter Low: The January low temperature is on average 29 degrees
  • Rain: Averages 24 inches of rain a year
  • Snow: Averages 4 inches of snow a year

Aesthetic Considerations

A rare find in Stonewall County with river frontage and encompassing all the diversities that Stonewall County offers in one ranch. 


Stonewall County is in Northwest Texas, in the central part of the North Central Plains and southeast of the Caprock. Bordered to the north by King County, east by Haskell County, south by Fisher and Jones counties, and west by Kent County. Aspermont, the county seat, is just southwest of the county's center and sixty miles north-northwest of Abilene. The county was named for Confederate general Thomas J. (Stonewall) Jackson. It encompasses 926 square miles of the Rolling Plains region of Texas. Its soils range from neutral to slightly alkaline, calcareous sandy loams of dark brown to reddish brown color in the western part, to clay and clay loams in the east. These soils generally support mesquite savanna or bunchgrass, short grasses, and mesquite. Cedar, hackberry, cottonwood, chinaberry, and shin oak trees are also found in the county. The average annual precipitation is 24 inches. The average growing season lasts 220 days. The county is framed by two forks of the Brazos River. The Salt Fork crosses the northern portion of the county, the Double Mountain Fork flows near the southern boundary, turns to the north, and joins the Salt Fork after curving through western Haskell County. There are also many tributaries, such as Tonk and Croton creeks, which contribute to the rough, broken country. The county's topography varies from rolling plains with mesquite to mountainous terrain, with 50 to 80 percent of the area gently sloping. Elevations range from 1,500 to 2,400 feet, the latter being the elevation of Double Mountain, one of the outstanding geographical features of the county. Kiowa Peak, in the northeastern corner, and Flat Top Mountain in the southeast were important landmarks to Indians and later to early explorers who traversed the area. In 1982, 94 percent of the county's land was in farms and ranches; about 52 percent of its agricultural income was derived from crops, especially wheat, cotton, oats, sorghum, hay, and peanuts. Cattle and livestock products are also important to the local economy, and there is large-scale ranching over much of the county, especially the southern part. Mineral resources include gypsum, sand, gravel, petroleum, and natural gas. The county's main transportation routes are U.S. Highway 83, which runs north to south through the center of the county, and U.S. Highway 380, which crosses from east to west.

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Acreage (Deeded & Leased)

1,221.56 acres north of the county road, and 80.16 acres south of the county road (see map).

Deeded Acres: 1,301±
Total Leased Acres:
Total Acres: 1,301±

Additional Information

Wind rights are owned and will be conveyed with the sale.


  • Six-bedroom, four-bath home/lodge with large open living/kitchen 
  • Attached insulated shop/laundry and mud room 
  • All furniture included in the sale (excludes taxidermy and personal items)
  • 11 blinds and feeders
  • Outdoor kitchen, fireplace, and built-in firepit

Water Resources

Well water and live water in the river.

Water Rights

Riparian rights are owned and will be conveyed with the sale.


Property taxes are estimated at $7,840.50 based upon past years.

Learn about the recreational amenities

Fishery Resources

Three of the five tanks are stocked with game fish (black bass, perch, and bluegill).

Wildlife Resources

Hunting for whitetail, elk, and listed exotics.

Learn about the general operations

General Operations

Turnkey high-fence hunting facility (currently used for personal use and business clients).

Grazing Resources

Stocking rates for Stonewall County: Improved Pasture – 1 animal unit per 9 acres Good Native Pasture – 1 animal unit per 12.8 acres (usually on rotation plan) Average Native Pasture – 1 animal unit per 24 acres Poor Native Pasture – 1 animal unit per 30-40 acres

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