This Texas ranch land has a variety of terrain, soil and variation in elevation. Elevations on this ranch are approximately 2300 feet and vary from 2000 feet to 2600 feet above sea level. Temperatures within the Pecos River Ranch are from a July average high of 97 degrees and a January average low of 32 degrees. The first/last freeze is November 14/March 26; May, June and September are wettest months. Weather conditions can vary from day to day. The native vegetation on this ranch includes mesquite, black brush, white brush, guajillo, tasajillo, mountain laurel, cedar and other native hill country plants and many other native brushes which contain high protein. The brush ranges from medium to heavy density. This ranch includes a variety of entertainment offered including: rock climbing, swimming, exploration, fishing, hunting, biking, hiking, ATV riding, photography and so much more. Wildlife on the property also include, but are not limited to: white tail deer, mule deer, wild turkey, javelina, squirrel, wild cats, fish, badger, fox, raccoon, dove, quail, as well as a variety of birds. Pecos River Ranch is less than 5 miles away from the historic Fort Lancaster. This property also has an established source of power supplied and maintained by Rio Grande Electric Cooperative whom serves the area throught the Trans-Pecos region. Existing power lines run throughout the property across the land and to adjacent properties. The historic Fort Lancaster is less than 1 mile away on US 290 containing historical ruins of the old fort including buildings, cemetery, visitor interpretive center and museum at trailhead, nature trail with native plants identified on the side of trail. 100% Financing is available on all size tracts. Brokers welcome.