UNDER CONTRACT- Pecos Canyon Ranch was home to the Pecos Culture of hunter/gatherers dating back 4,000 years, who left a legacy of extensive rock art over 8,000 square miles. The area was also known for pioneers of the late 1800s such as Judge Roy Bean at Langtry, and his law west of the Pecos, as well as Lieutenant John Bullis, commander of the Seminole Indian Scouts, fighting in the Pecos River skirmishes in 1870.
The 8,459+/- acre Pecos Canyon Ranch is dominated by the river and the canyonlands that drain into it. It is really two ranches, split by the county road, with excellent new fences and entrance gates for privacy and security. The western 1/3 has the old headquarters ruins with two wells and lots of Juniper cover with rolling hills and dense vegetation along Harkell Canyon, perfect for mule deer and Blue Quail hunting. The eastern 2/3rds is dominated by huge slick-rock ...+ Show More
Pecos Canyon Ranch is a world unto itself, located 6 miles north of Langtry on county- maintained Pandale Road and fronting on some of the most scenic wild segments of the Lower Pecos River and its spring fed gin-clear waters. Harkell Canyon (Jacal by locals) meanders from its mouth at the Pecos to the north end of the ranch, carving the massive limestone landscape into some of the most spectacular canyonlands in Texas. The ranch is 60 miles from Del Rio on US 90 and 60 miles from Ozona on I-10. The ranch is also a two- night wilderness canoe trip downstream from the Pandale Crossing, through high canyon walls and world-class clear water fishing; one of the most amazing float trips in North America.