Atascosa River Ranch
Pleasanton, TX Atascosa County
The Atascosa River Ranch is a diverse recreational and agricultural property located just outside the city of Pleasanton, TX. This beautiful South Texas ranch features river frontage on both sides of the Atascosa River, which meanders through the center of the property. The property also features a seasonal wet-weather tributary creek that runs through the ranch parallel to the river, and eventually feeds into the Atascosa River. The ranch's diversity comes from its numerous sprawling cattle pastures of coastal bermuda with massive live oak trees scattered throughout, the picturesque river bottomland lined with pecan trees, as well as it's thick South Texas brush country. This diversity allows for the property to feature numerous recreational as well as agricultural opportunities for all. Native wildlife on the ranch thrive due to the thick amount cover, as well as constant supply of water through the middle of the property. Wildlife on the ranch includes whitetail deer, rio grande turkey, wild hogs, javelina, dove, and quail. The property has road frontage with electricity on two opposite ends of the ranch on Jim Brite Rd and Leal Rd allowing for it to be easily divided if desired. The Atascosa River Ranch is a beautifully diverse South Texas ranch with endless recreational and agricultural opportunities.
Wildlife on the ranch include Whitetail deer, Rio Grande turkey, wild hogs, javelina, waterfowl, dove, and bobwhite quail. The Atascosa River has numerous species of fish depending on the water level and time of year.
The terrain is mostly flat to rolling with some variation in the river bottomland. There are sprawling cattle pastures with scattered massive live oak trees, thick South Texas brush country with primarily huisache and mesquite, as well as pecan trees and various bottomland vegetation in the river bottom areas.
The Atascosa River flows through the center of the property. There is a wet weather seasonal tributary creek that flows through the property parallel to the river and eventually feeds into the Atascosa River. There is a moist soil cattle pond located in the North East portion of the ranch that could be turned into a larger pond if desired.
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