The Indian Ridge River Ranch, located on ± 1,285 acres in Edwards County near Barksdale, is a hunter’s paradise with mountain top views, ±200-acres of river bottom richness, 1.2 miles of water frontage divided between the Nueces River and its tributary Ruth’s Draw, and paved road access from Ranch Road 335. Other water features include several back country springs, miles of water line and a strong well. The low-fenced ranch, which has been managed for wildlife and qualifies for an exotic production valuation, has never been commercially hunted—and has had no hunting pressure for the past five years. Whitetails and a myriad of other native species as well axis, blackbuck, aoudad, fallow deer, sika deer, stag and elk come and go. Rock art, Indian mounds and middens provide evidence of human habitation dating back for up to 5,000 years. The ranch is also home to a mapped and fully documented cave. The extensive road system is accessible by foot, ATV or pickup. An in-ranch caliche pit provides raw road construction material. The expansive two-bedroom, two-bath lodge with wraparound porches is designed to easily accommodate guests. The lodge’s furnishings and appointments will convey. The ranch infrastructure includes a 4+ vehicle carport, an industrial-style 80’ x 40’ shop with two adjoining 80’ x 20’ bays, and a game-cleaning area. Call Howard W. Hood at 830-739-3815 for a tour of Indian Ridge River Ranch, listed at $2.95 million.