Historic Texas Cattle Ranch and Hunting Ranch
This 3,870 acre historic cattle ranch is 15 minutes from the entrance to spectacular Big Bend National Park. Big Bend has 1,025 square miles of beauty and is located 30 miles south of Marathon, Texas. Rincon Ranch has frontage on State Hwy 385 that leads into the Park. Traversing through the ranch and supplying water to the ranch is Maravillas Creek, a wet weather creek that runs just under the surface during dry times. The ranch has located along the creek a good producing water well powered by electricity that provides water to ranch pastures by a gravity flow piping system. Surrounded by large ranches this property has been carefully wildlife managed over the years resulting in high quality mule deer hunting. Electricity and an excellent road system are in place on the ranch. Views from Rincon Ranch extend to Big Bend National Park, Black Gap Wildlife Management Area, the southern tip of the Rockies and distant mountains in Mexico. Having 1,025 square miles of national park land within minutes of Rincon Ranch expands the recreational horizon of this ranch. The Big Bend National Park and Chihuahuan Desert have some of the most diverse topography and ecology in the United States. Over one thousand species of plants, 450 species of birds, 56 species of reptiles and 75 species of mammals can be found here. Rincon Ranch was once part of a very large west Texas cattle ranch and is still set up for cattle ranching. This good ranch has much to offer with outstanding hunting, 360 degree scenic views, spectacular sunrises and sunsets, easy access and good water. All owned mineral rights will convey.