A high fenced Kerr County hunting getaway.
Located in the Kerr County Divide area. From I-H 10 and Hwy 41 go West approximately 15 miles to FM 1340 and then South 5 miles to Leinweber Ranch Road. A few more miles down a Kerr County maintained road and a deeded easement the ranch awaits you with open arms. From Hunt, TX go north approximately 20 miles on FM 1340 from the intersection of Hwy 39 past Mo Ranch and the Kerr Wildlife Management Area, then to Leinweber Ranch Road.
Description: A high fenced Kerr County hunting get away. If one chooses, the land is very suitable for cattle, horses, sheep, or goats. Two hunting cabins are currently being renovated and one submersible well supplements a stocked pond and water troughs. An intense cedar clearing project has been under way with only professionally stacked piles to eliminate once we are blessed by adequate rain. Several Indian Mounds have been located, as the ranch borders an 11,000 + acre ranch near the head of the North Fork of the Guadalupe River. It has always been a highly desired area since the beginning of time. Water, wildlife, beauty, seclusion, yet being only 40 minutes from all the amenities of Kerrville, TX. Great medical facilities, dining establishments, two HEB stores, a few big box stores, and “Gibson’s” are just a few.
Wildlife: Located in one of the most popular hunting areas in the world with an abundance of exotic species makes the stocking of the ranch with the desired species a common event in the area. Presently the game includes Whitetail Deer, Axis, Turkey, a few other exotics, and all the varmints.