INDIAN WELLS RANCH
Indian Wells Ranch is located in Terrell and Brewster counties south of Sanderson, Tx. The ranch fronts on Bullis Gap Road, a county maintained road and is 10 mile from US Highway 90.
The ranch is bisected by three major canyon systems, Brindle Canyon, Horse Canyon and Maxon Canyon.
There are majestic views of the Chisos Mountains and the mountains of northern Mexico from all tracts on the ranch. Big Bend National Park is 70 miles east of the ranch as the crow flies.
Throughout the ranch you will find the existence of the Indians which used to live in this area, some dating back 4-5000 years ago. There are numerous caves and rock overhangs in the canyons on the ranch inhabited by these ancient people. In addition there are numerous campsites and burnt rock middens on the ranch.
Vegetation on the ranch includes mesquite, sage brush, black brush, catclaw, hackberry, desert willow, native grasses and hundreds of species of cactus. This diverse vegetation supports a large and varied number of wildlife, desert mule deer, javelina, blue quail, morning and whitewing dove, coyote, bobcat, mountain lions, black bear (protected species), fox, jack and cottontail rabbits. Although this area is primarily mule deer country, whitetail deer have been seen on the ranch.
Access to all tracts is by a caliche/gravel road, the road easement is 60 feet and is recorded and insured. All tracts can be accessed by a two wheel drive vehicle, however during times of excessive rains four wheel drive may be needed to access some parts of the ranch.
Bill and Travis Huser, November 2004
Mule deer doe, Tract 22
Lunch time for a Black Bear on the ranch. Picture taken September 9, 2006 by a game cam.
Black Bears are a protected species in Texas, they cannot be hunted.
Bluff on Tract 23
NORTHEAST PORTION OF RANCH
NORTHWEST PORTION OF RANCH
SOUTHEAST PORTION OF RANCH
SOUTHWEST PORTION OF RANCH
Owner financing will be available on all tracts in the ranch (shown on table below). Qualified Texas Veterans can use financing provided by the Texas Veterans Land Board.
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Travis Huser, 9 point mule deer taken at sun up, Tract 10, Nov. 2004.