To schedule a showing or for more information contact Jay Leyendecker, Hall and Hall, at 956-337-2808. Hackberry Canyon Ranch is a total of 3,345± acres located in Val Verde and Terrell Counties. Approximately 2,778 acres fall in Val Verde County, while 567± acres are in Terrell County. The nearest town is Pandale, Texas, with Comstock being the nearest fuel station. The property is an hour to an hour and a half from Pandale down county roads. Upon entering the front gate, you’ll notice great elevation changes, spectacular views, and rock formations. It has a well-established Jeep and UTV road system throughout the property. Extremely well-watered for the region Hackberry Canyon Ranch is very unique in that regard. Hunting is the primary focus of the property, with the primary quarry being whitetail deer, the odd mule deer, and aoudad (Barbary Sheep) traversing the property. Wildlife populations are a constant due to the water infrastructure that has been in place for generations. In addition to the hunting, the ranch is a recreational playground with unlimited opportunities to horseback ride, search for Native American artifacts, hike, mountain bike, ATV/UTV/4X4 riding, birding, and endless photographic possibilities. Scenically, the ranch is a masterpiece, with views that expand across the entire property. An approximately 455-foot elevation change, cliffs, drop-offs, brushy creek bottoms, and drainage offer excellent cover and diversification for wildlife species, big and small. The solitude and quiet are the perfect escape from the busy way of life we have all become accustomed to. You can leave behind the hustle and bustle of the real world and immerse yourself in the land and landscape where you can be as available or unavailable as you would wish. There are certain points across the property where you can achieve cell phone service. The three wells are perfectly distributed, one along Hackberry Canyon, a second near base camp, and a third northeast of the property at the top of a draw. Readily seen as ever-becoming endangered, windmills are located at each location. Although windmills are at each location, they are powered via a solar pump. The windmills were left behind for aesthetic and photographic value. There is a small cabin located near the front where one could immediately begin to enjoy the land and all that it has to offer. All in all, the Hackberry Canyon Ranch is an astounding property that offers endless recreation with its diverse and beautiful terrain, wildlife, water, electricity, and solitude. A difficult package to put together, not to mention that state-classified mineral interest will also convey with the land. The Hackberry Canyon Ranch is a rarity in the Chihuahuan Desert.