Gray Mountain Ranch is located in the Highland Lakes Region of the Texas Hill Country in Burnet County. It is approximately 60 miles to Austin, 80 miles to Waco, 105 miles to San Antonio, and 160 miles to Dallas. The ranch can be accessed via Highway 107, about 17 miles southwest of Lampasas.
Improved interior roads total 7.4 miles and lead from the entrance to the Colorado River frontage. Colorado River frontage totals four miles. In addition to the river, multiple other waterways wind their way throughout the ranch: Davis Hollow Creek (1.5 + miles), Buzzards Roost Creek (1.1 + miles), Ashby Branch (3,000 + feet), and Sycamore Creek (3,500 + feet). Panoramic views of Lake Buchanan, the Colorado River, and of a large waterfall give this ranch the added advantage of having the some of the greatest views in Texas Hill Country. Chism Bluff, a rounded rock cliff on the edge of the Colorado River, has an elevation of approximately 1,050 feet and enhances the views of the river from the ranch.
It has historically been managed for cattle production and hunting. The entire ranch is fenced and cross-fenced. There is no shortage of wildlife on Gray Mountain Ranch and there are ample hunting opportunities available. Deer, turkeys, hogs, dove, quail, and ducks are just a few examples. The ranch also has exotics such as aoudads. Aoudads, also known as Barbary sheep, are considered to be a species that is in high demand by game ranches.
With some of the greatest views in Texas Hill Country, it is clear that Gray Mountain Ranch is a once in a lifetime opportunity. Its excellent location, features, and abundant wildlife make this ranch the ideal property.