Hunting Land in Lampasas County - 40 acres, Smith Ranch
Smith Ranch hunting, fishing and recreational property. This 40 acre secluded hunting property is located .6 mile down Park Rd in Smith Ranch. Drive west out of Lampasas through the Lampasas Cut plains and watch the landscape transition into the gateway of the Hill Country at scenic Smith Ranch. Land is densely covered in live oak, cedar, mesquite, white brush, persimmon and pear. Land is rough and rocky but provides excellent hunting with an abundance of deer, hogs, audad, turkey and varmints. Three feeders and and two older blinds convey. Access to this property is down a pasture road known as Park Road. A small travel trailer converted cabin has electric and beds to get of of the weather. A rain water collection sytem supplies water to storage containers and the small cabin. The rain water collection is in need of minor repair. Off site is beautiful Colorado River and Yancey Creek with access to 7 designated locations in private Smith Ranch. Take the jeep, 4 wheeler, side by side or truck on the scenic main road down to Spring fed Yancey Creek or Colorado River and enjoy the excellent catfish and bass fishing along with one of the state's best spring white bass run.
NOTE: This property is not on the river but has Smith Ranch community access to seven "Common Areas" designated along a 4-5 mile stretch of the Colorado River and spring fed Yancey Creek. The Colorado River and Yancey Creek offers excellent fishing, swimming and water activities.
Smith Ranch is a private ranch located on the western edge of Lampasas County. Access into Smith Ranch is by locked gate with keys issued to landowners within the ranch. Property sizes range from 5 acres along the river on up to several hundred acres off the river. All landowners within Smith Ranch have deeded access to seven "Common Areas" along the Colorado River.