Located on a high plateau that was once Comanche Indian Territory, this Medina County ranch for sale is located just 10 minutes southwest of Castroville, Texas. The town was named for its founder, Henri Castro, who brought the first European Settlers to this Medina River Valley in 1844, and soon after encountered many conflicts with the Indians whose prized hunting territory was being invaded.
These 50 acres represent some of the purest hunting land left available in Medina County. Comanche Camp is high fenced on two sides and low fenced on two sides. A secure deeded easement to the ranch ensures the security of your own private sanctuary. The land is thick with great South Texas brush including Black Brush, Guajillo, Tasajillo, and Twisted Acacia, all of which are the grocery store and habitat for Whitetail deer, Turkey, Quail, and feral hogs. The ranch has two corn feeders, a c...+ Show More