Los Cañones Ranch is a completely outfitted dream for a family seeking a private getaway, a CEO searching for a corporate retreat, or an investor looking for a turnkey commercial hunting operation.
Los Cañones Ranch offers a rare opportunity for buyers who want to enjoy the opportunities of ranch ownership immediately. All ranch equipment, furnishings and household goods convey with the purchase, so the new owners can begin living their dreams without delay.
Located 40 miles southwest of Rocksprings, the completely high-fenced ranch, which features a lighted helipad and has been approved as the site of a 4,200-foot landing strip, has both privacy and accessibility. Larger aircraft can land at the Del Rio International Airport, which is a short 40-minute drive. The ranch is transected by 20 miles of all-weather roads, which are supplemented by host of secondary roads.
The land itself offers a changing panorama of sweeping views, ruggedly beautiful canyons, limestone caves, and valleys forested with a mix of pion pine, walnut, cedar, mountain laurel, persimmon and a variety of oaks.
When it is time to come inside, the 5,200-square-foot lodge, reminiscent of those found in the Rocky Mountains, is the perfect place to relax. The lodge, with its soaring ceilings, native rock floors and dry-stacked stone fireplace, has five bedrooms and three-and-a-half baths, easily accommodating family, friends and colleagues.
To further enhance the experience, the lodge boasts a heated, saltwater swimming pool and Jacuzzi right outside. In addition, the ranch includes a bunk house, a pilots home, a ranch managers home, and quarters for ranch employees.
Ranch inventory includes all the necessary feeders, blinds and watering stations to support a wildlife enterprise as well as a 15,000 square-foot equipment building and an 800 square-foot shop to keep the operation running smoothly. Five water wells supply adequate water and the water distribution system includes 200,000 gallons of freshwater storage.
The diverse habitat is home to well-managed populations of native and exotic wildlife, including white-tailed deer, axis deer, blackbuck antelope, scimitar-horned oryx, gemsbok antelope, aoudad sheep, red sheep, Rio Grande turkeys and dove.