Vinegarone Draw Ranch
Vinegarone Draw Ranch
Evoking romantic days of the Old West, Vinegarone Draw Ranch is a magnificent Texas Hill Country retreat perfect for the seasoned hunter, rancher, or nature lover. Here you will raise wildlife, explore, or just plain relax and live the cowboy lifestyle.

Situated near Loma Alta, Texas, Vinegarone Draw Ranch retains that rugged charm while providing a close access to town with all its recreational opportunities. This is a great place to raise your livestock, wildlife and your family and offers three pastures priced at $775 per acre.

Extremely mild winters allow you to conduct your endeavors and activities at the ranch all year long. Whether it’s hunting or ranching or just plain getting away from it all, you will enjoy the isolation, beauty and great climate of the Vinegarone Draw Ranch.

Summer heat can be extreme in the Hill Country, typically hot with abundant sunshine. Year-round temperatures are mostly comfortable; winters are not severe and snow is a rare event. Many people choose to spend the winter months in mild Texas. For those looking to escape the harsher winters of the north, Vinegarone Draw Ranch is the perfect winter getaway. Skies are mostly clear with brilliant night skies. Sunrise and sunset are colorful and majestic – a perfect setting you will want to share with family.

Thunderous midsummer storms provide most of the precipitation with the annual average around 22 inches. The growing season is an ample 190 days.

Vinegarone Draw is an ideal hunting facility with a number of potential features. Affordable carrying cost and a wonderful place to raise a family are only a few. Its close proximity to town offers the flexibility of public school usage and shopping as well as additional employment.

Air Service/Lay of the Land
Vinegarone Draw Ranch is 40 miles north of Del Rio, Texas on Highway 77 and is convenient to the Del Rio International Airport where daily flights connect Del Rio to Houston George Bush International (IAH), and from there connect to more than 280 destinations in over 45 countries, including 49 cities in Latin America.

Elevations of Vinegarone Draw Ranch is approximately 1920 feet providing breathtaking vistas of near and far hills and valleys. Both rugged and rolling landscape stretches out in all directions. Grassy slopes, ravines and the frequent relief of fields sporting several species of native grasses paint the area with texture and color.

Local wildlife includes deer, coyote, bobcat, antelope, and hogs.

The mild climate allows establishment of many types of flowering plants, perennials, and vines throughout the compound. Vast grazing land features native grasses and the beautiful oak trees of South Texas.

The array of rich color, texture and lush topography makes Rock Springs Ranch an unforgettable experience.

Lake Amistad Recreation Area provides a wide range of activities
Only a few miles from Del Rio, Amistad National Recreation Area is known primarily for excellent year round, water-based recreation including: boating, fishing, swimming, scuba diving and water-skiing. Amistad NRA also provides opportunities for picnicking, camping and hunting.

The reservoir, at the confluence of the Rio Grande, Devils and Pecos rivers, was created by Amistad Dam in 1969. In addition to excellent recreation, this area is rich in archeology and rock art, and contains a wide variety of plant and animal life. Lake Amistad is one of Del Rio’s main attractions, offering a wide expanse of clear, turquoise-colored water on the Texas/Mexico border. There are great opportunities for boating, houseboat vacations, camping, water sports, fishing and bird watching. The crystal clear waters are home to several species of bass, catfish, sunfish and gar. Lake Amistad is well known as the premier bass lake in Texas. Anglers catch bass weighing eight pounds and more on a regular basis.The biggest bass for 1997 weighed in at 14.47 pounds. Some of the favorite catches at Lake Amistad are Smallmouth Bass, Largemouth Bass, Striped Bass, Channel Catfish, and Black Crappie.

The area is home to 300 species of birds, including tropical species such as the great kiskadee, green and ringed kingfishers, and - Carolina and cactus wrens.Some of the best example of ancient Indian rock art on the North American continent can be found in the area with sites accessible by boat, depending on lake level.