Brushy Mountain Ranch is located in the Highland Lakes Region of the Texas Hill Country in Burnet County. It is approximately 60 miles northwest of Austin, 80 miles southwest of Waco, 100 miles north of San Antonio, and 150 miles southwest of Dallas. The ranch can be accessed via Highway 107, about 17 miles southwest of Lampasas.
An improved road begins at the entrance to the ranch and leads to the Colorado River frontage. The ranch has about 2.4 miles of frontage on the Colorado River. Deer Creek, a tributary to the Colorado River, winds its way through the ranch for roughly two miles. An interior lake, which was previously used as a constant level lake, covers two miles. Brushy Mountain has an average elevation of 1,463 feet and offers incredible views of the ranch, the Colorado River, and Devil's Hollow.
It has historically been managed for cattle production, hunting, and wildlife conservation. The entire ranch is fenced and has seven pastures. Two windmills and five wells are available to support the cattle and wildlife. There is an abundance of wildlife present on the ranch. A few examples include deer, turkeys, hogs, dove, quail, and duck. Rare species that exist on the ranch include the Golden-Cheeked Warbler and the Black- Capped Vireo. Approximately 1,662 acres are protected by a conservation easement that is focused on the perpetual management of the habitat that supports the rare species on the ranch. An established conservation bank is in place to help provide for the permanent conservation of the protected area.
Brushy Mountain Ranch's picturesque views of the Texas Hill Country landscape are nothing short of spectacular and could be equated to those one would see at a National Park. With its excellent location and remarkable features, this ranch is an opportunity not to be missed.