Deer Quest Lodge offers the total package, quality hunting, diverse topography, and quality improvements, all on 214 +/- acres. Nestled in the valley of 2 dry creek beds, native and exotic wildlife flourish due to the fertile soil. Perfect for a hunting retreat or weekend getaway, this unique ranch will not last long on the market.


Nestled in the valley of the junction of Paint Creek and Hunger Creek, in North East Edwards County, with access provided by Snodgrass Road. 

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Land: Deer Quest Lodge offers 214 +/- acres of very diverse topography, scenery, game animals, with big, open views of the surrounding Texas Hill-Country. Situated at the confluence of 2 dry creek beds, the bottom valley is filled with fertile Clay Loam, capable of producing food plots for native and exotic game animals. A rarity for a ranch this size, the scenery is diverse and dramatic, with over 125 ft of elevation change. Plenty of roads and trails are in place for easy travel and access throughout the entire ranch. A quiet a peaceful setting, the ranch is perfect for hunting and recreation.

Improvements: The hunting lodge offers the perfect accommodations for a weekend getaway or a group of serious hunters. Located at the top of the valley edge, the 2-bedroom lodge is complete with a full kitchen, living area, wash room, bunk beds to sleep 6, and more. The large back deck overlooks the fertile valley below, perfect for viewing sunsets and game animals coming to feed.

The valley is complete with an irrigation system, with water provided by the Edwards Aquifer well and a 3,000-gallon Pila.

Game: Native and exotic game animals thrive on the ranch, with free range Axis, Whitetail, Fallow, Sika, Blackbuck, Turkey, and Dove all commonly seen on the ranch. Careful management and a heavy feed program have allowed game animals to flourish on the ranch and in the immediate area.

Taxes: $684 in 2022, Wildlife Valuation in Place.

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