As the population of Texas grows, properties with majestic lake views such as these are becoming rare. For land banking or recreational and residential development this location has easy access with unlimited possibilities.
Location: It may be the “Devil’s River”, but this is God’s Country. 1,500+/- acres of beautiful views overlooking the deep blue waters at the confluence of Lake Amistad and the Devil’s River and located only 7 miles from the intersection of Hwy 90 and 277, north of Del Rio between Rough Canyon and Long Point in Val Verde County.
Description: Rolling hills dominate the landscape creating panoramic lake views at every bend. Fishing, boating, kayaking, hunting, or just relaxing at the lake - The Devil’s Lookout provides many opportunities for the ranch owner or the developer with a vision. Lake Amistad is one of the top-rated bass lakes in the country and is home to many annual fishing tournaments and hunting in the area is superb.
Wildlife: An abundance of whitetail deer, blue quail, dove and javelina roam the land. Largemouth and striped bass, catfish, and crappie populate the second largest lake in Texas. For bird watchers, the area is a transition zone between eastern, western, northern, and southern avifauna and is inhabited by a variety of local and migratory birds. The Devil’s Lookout is an outdoorsman’s paradise.