South Texas

Texas,  it brings so many thoughts and emotions that it’s hard to get them all into words, but honor, independence, strong character, and deep cultural roots come immediately to mind.           -Craig Carter

The South Texas region is one of the largest regions with a number of sub-regions at considerable distances from each other, stretching from the Lower Rio Grande Valley, San Antonio, Corpus Christi, and Laredo. The South Texas plains and brush country makes its transition along the boundaries of the Texas Hill Country and continuing on through the subtropical areas of the Lower Rio Grande Valley. Terrain varies from densely covered rolling hills covered in high protein native brush, bull mesquites and prickly pear to the sprawling open grasslands, all with a healthy covering of Live Oak trees and other native hardwoods. Soils of South Texas are primarily alkaline to slightly acidic clays and clay loams. The deeper soils sustain the taller brush species, such as mesquite and spiny hackberry and other types, while the shorter, dense brushes grow better in the caliche soils. This South Texas Region also encompasses the Rio Grande Valley, following the very long Rio Grande River. The subtropical ecosystem found along this stretch lies the farthest south than any other in the United States. It is likened to that of parts of Florida in its weather, humidity and rainfall. Tropical birds, subtropical woodlands, palm and citrus trees make up this Rio Grande delta region.

South Texas is famous for its bird watching along the border and coastal areas; while trophy whitetail deer hunting remains a favorite on private ranches.

Major Rivers: Guadalupe, San Antonio, Nueces, Lavaca, Rio Grande.

Major Aquifer: Edwards, Trinity, Carrizo-Wilcox, Gulf Coast

Size: 28,000 square miles

Recent South Texas Listings

Mocho Creek Ranch 623 Acre Ranch Dimmit County Image 84
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Mocho Creek Ranch

623 acres

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Great 623± acre hunting retreat located in the heart of the Golden Triangle in Dimmit County, Texas.

Big Wells, Texas

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Las Moritas Ranch 3845 Acre Ranch Webb County Image 1
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Las Moritas Ranch

3,845 acres

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Beautiful 3,845± acre low-fenced cattle ranch located outside of Laredo, Texas in Webb County.

Laredo, Texas

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Crystal City Cattle Farm 1176 Acre Cattle Farm Zavala County Image 2
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Crystal City Cattle Farm

1,176 acres

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Improved 1,176± acre high-fenced cattle farm located outside of Crystal City, Texas in Zavala County.

Crystal City, Texas

5,880,000

Ranch Name: Tree House Ranch Tree House Ranch 511 Acre Ranch Zavala County Image 1
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Tree House Ranch

511 acres

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Awesome 511± acre live water hunting ranch overlooking the Nueces River near Crystal City, TX.

Crystal City, Texas

1,788,500

Cometa Ranch 342 Acre Ranch Zavala County Image 3

Cometa Ranch

342 acres

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Excellent 342± acre hunting ranch with great access and abundant native wildlife.

Crystal City, Texas

769,500

Keller Creek Ranch 1092 Acres Jackson County Image 1
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Keller Creek Ranch

1092 acres

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Incredible 1,092± acre live water hunting & recreational ranch located in Jackson County, Texas.

Edna, Texas

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H&H Ranch 549 Acres La Salle County Image 31

H&H Ranch

549 acres

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Awesome 549± acre hunting retreat with abundant wildlife located in La Salle County, Texas.

Cotulla, Texas

2,100,000

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Elm Creek Farm

812 acres

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812± acre low-fenced farm & cattle pastures with lots of water located in both Frio and Zavala Counties, Texas.

Pearsall, Texas

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