Campos Viejos Ranch, located in Starr County, has long been regarded as a premier whitetail hunting destination with a rich twenty-year history of producing quality bucks. The property consists of 954± high-fenced acres with key brush species heightening deer health and antler production. The offering comes turnkey with two primary residences, the primary home being a 2,700 square foot three bedroom, three bath, and secondary a 2,400 square foot home with three bedrooms and two baths. In addition to the two residences is the “Hunter’s Lodge” which is a three bedroom and three bath built to host ranch guests and large family gatherings. There is no lack of available water across the property with its three water wells, over a mile of piped water feeding twelve water stations, and small ponds. A reverse osmosis (RO) system is in place for the homesites. There are 140± acres of tillable ground currently being utilized for planting LabLab, a protein rich deer forage, and an additional 70± acres for hay production. These farmed pastures are entirely high-fenced to protect them from being over-consumed by the deer populus during the growing period. The land also enjoys 1.35 miles of Highway 755 frontage allowing for easy access.
All in all, the ranch is well equipped to handle a multitude of experiences should one want to diversify the property from being a full-time hunting operation to a low key family ranch with a more aggressive cattle operation or a birder’s sanctuary. The infrastructure is in place to enjoy the ranch immediately, granting the new owner the unique opportunity to dream of what they will desire to improve on next if anything at all.
Co-listed with Rio Ranch Sales.
Just the Facts
- 954± acres
- Two residences: 2,700 sq.ft. three bedroom, three bath built in 2009, and 2,400 sq. ft. three bedroom, two bath built in 2010
- Hunter’s Lodge with three bedrooms and three baths built in 2010
- Three water wells
- 1.35 Miles of Highway 755 frontage
- 11 hunting blinds
- 14 protein feeders
- 12 water stations
- Multiple photography pit blinds
- 140± acres of tillable ground
- Under Managed Lands Deer Permit (MLDP)
- Walk-in cooler
- Two Polaris Rangers
- 16 miles from Rio Grande City, 52 miles from McAllen, TX
- No owned mineral rights, surface sale only
- 86 miles from coastal fishing and 44 miles from Falcon Lake
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