The South Park Ranch in southern Lavaca County offers a classic Texan landscape with sprawling grasslands and oak trees spread throughout the property. This versatile ranch, relatively untouched by heavy hunting or grazing, awaits your vision, whether for grazing, hunting or creating enclosures for exotic wildlife. It's a blank canvas with a solid base. LOCATION Situated 22 miles north of Hwy 59 out of Edna on Hwy 111, the ranch is conveniently located, with San Antonio and Houston just 115 miles away to the west and east, and Austin a short 105 miles to the north. TYPOGRAPHY, RANGELAND, & HABITAT Featuring live oaks, open native grasses, and a mix of rolling to flat terrain, the ranch comprises sandy or sandy loam soils with a sturdy clay base. This solid base supports the potential creation of impressive lakes and ponds. WILDLIFE Abundant white-tailed deer, turkey, dove, hogs and varmints inhabit the ranch. Oak motts and varied brush provide food and cover for deer and other species with denser woodlands in the southwest corner. Vast native grasslands, coupled with mixed brush, offer excellent habitat and cover for wildlife. The new pond attracts a myriad of doves, and past surveys have identified bobwhite quail covies on the property. AGRICULTURE The ranch currently supports a small herd of water buffalo. IMPROVEMENTS All exterior fences are well-maintained. The ranch features approximately 900 feet of road frontage with an electric keypad gate off Hwy 111, providing an expansive entrance. An abandoned well site in the southern part, surfaced with caliche, presents an ideal location for a home or barn, complete with electricity and water connections. WATER A newly dug 1.5-acre lake with an aesthetic island, provides water for wildlife and is supplemented by a recently serviced water well. ELECTRICITY Power is located on-site and could be easily run to desired build site locations.