Triple Draw Ranch
Coleman County, TX
+/- 659 acres
Located just two and a half hours southwest of the DFW Metroplex, and close to Coleman, Texas, is Triple Draw Ranch. This beautiful and very well-maintained hunting and cattle ranch provides a special opportunity to own a hunting or recreational property, with a profitable cattle operation. The ranch is conveniently located near the town of Coleman, Texas, and has been in the same family for sixteen years. A rustic two story four-bedroom three-bath main lodge, and a guest, or ranch managers house allow for plenty of room for family and friends. Trophy whitetail deer, turkey, ducks, dove, and hogs flourish on this well managed 659 +/- acres in west Texas. Triple Draw Ranch has a mixed terrain which consist of lush native grasses, cultivated pasture, mesquite pasture, several draws, and rolling hills with mature oak. There are also six ponds throughout the ranch and two seasonal clearwater creeks which provide ample water for cattle and wildlife. The ranch has frontage on Highway 67 and FM 1026, and has an excellent interior road system. Ranch equipment, corn and protein feeders, and hunting blinds are included in the sale of this ranch.
Executive Rights and 50% of all owned Oil & Gas and other Minerals will convey to buyer.
Coleman County has been a top Texas hunting destination for many years. A known wildlife mecca, this area of Texas has a flourishing population of whitetail deer, turkey, quail, dove, hogs, and migrating waterfowl. Triple Draw Ranch is a sanctuary for hunting dove, big bucks, quail or spring gobblers. There are also wild hogs, and some very good duck hunting on the ranches 6 ponds and tanks, and 2 creeks. In addition to great hunting, the various ponds are stocked with Bass and catfish.
Hay Production and Grazing:
- Ranch Cattle carrying capacity: 1 unit per 3 acres +/-
- Primary grasses- Sideoats grama, Big bluestem, Little bluestem, Windmill grass, Green Spindletop, winter rye grass, catclaw, lime prickly ash, elbow brush, holly, acacia as well as others.
- Hay Production- 3 cuts annual
Soil and Timber:
- Soil types include: Frio clay loam, Rowena clay loam, Sagerton clay loam, Purves, Tarrant and Owens soils.
- Timber: Tree cover is diverse with the predominate species being Mesquite, Oak, Ash and Soapberry
- Total- 659 +/- acres
- 600 +/- acres Cattle pasture and Grazing
- 60 +/- cultivated acres
- Large Rustic Headquarters House
- Large Ranch Managers House
- 3- Equipment and Hay barns
- All-Weather roads throughout the Ranch
- 3 Septic Tanks
- Excellent Cross and perimeter Fencing
- Working Pens and Corrals
- Multiple Food Plots
- 12 Hunting Blinds, 14 corn feeders, and 9 Protein feeders
- Rural Water Supply
- 1 Water well
- 6 ponds
- Mustang Branch and Home Creek meander through the ranch
- Coleman County receives on average 29 +/- inches of rainfall per year