The 4,008 acres of Rock Head
Ranch (“RHR”) lie in the heart of
Texas in the beautiful and famed
“Texas Hill Country.” This region is
characterized by mixed savanna
grassland-woodlands, rocky hills
and fertile valleys of varying size.
The Hill Country supports a diverse plant community with such species as mesquite, persimmon, cedar, otebush, shin oak, sumac, prickly pear, yucca and various native grasses and several species of oaks, most notably live oak. On RHR, five species of indigenous oaks produce tremendous acorn crops favored by deer, turkeys and other game and nongame species.
This region is famous for its spectacular wildflowers such as bluebonnets, Indian paintbrush and others. The Hill Country’s beauty, culture, favorable climate and relative proximity to major Texas cities, especially San Antonio and Austin, make it one of the fastest growing regions in Texas.
The ranch is located in Mason and Kimble counties 23 miles southwest of Mason off FM 1871 and 20 minutes northeast of Junction. The popular tourist/shopping community of Fredericksburg is only an hour away. For big city amenities, San Antonio and Austin are less than two hours away.
With the ever-increasing popularity of the Hill Country, it is rare to find such a large contiguous tract of the quality of RHR so accessible to large population centers.