The Cox-Mills Ranch is a stunning 2,106 +/- acre recreational and hunting ranch located about 40 miles southwest of Ozona, Texas, along paved County Road 406. A superb combination of rolling terrain and spectacular canyon country invites endless opportunities to hunt, hike, and explore.
The Cox-Mills Ranch is the epitome of a beautiful and spacious West Texas ranch. The terrain includes a superb combination of rolling hills and deep canyons that provides unobstructed picturesque views throughout the ranch. The property is void of any structural improvements, providing a blank canvas to its next owner. The ranch is currently under an ag exemption and has on-site electricity.
The road system includes good interior ranch roads. County Road 406 bisects the ranch for 4.8 +/- miles. About one-third of the ranch is on the west side of County Road 406, while the remaining acreage is located on the east side of the paved road. County Road 408 runs 4,100 +/- feet down a portion of the south boundary line as well.
The property is located about 40 +/- miles southwest of Ozona along paved CR 406. Take exit 343 off of Interstate 10. Travel southwest on Highway 290 for 5+/- miles taking a left on CR 406 for 12 +/- miles.
96 +/- miles from Fort Stockton
115 +/- miles from San Angelo
119 +/- miles from Del Rio
125 +/- miles from Midland/Odessa
240 +/- miles from San Antonio
265 +/- miles from Austin
Slightly rolling terrain with thick native grasses, along with juniper scrub brush, cacti, and sotol. Terrain transitions into beautifully exposed limestone cliffs with unobstructed views that extend for miles. The bottom of these canyons offer a sanctuary for native wildlife and include oak and cedar vegetation. Elevation on the ranch ranges from 2,200 +/- asl to 2,509 +/- asl.
Third Canyon and Government Draw are two drainage features that traverse through the ranch, providing beautiful limestone bluffs and remarkable picturesque views. Many additional unnamed draws pass through the ranch as well.
There are no structural improvements, providing a blank canvas for the next owner. Existing infrastructure includes paved County Road access, one operational water well, and on-site electricity.
The ranch has abundant native wildlife, with sightings of whitetail deer, bobwhite quail, blue quail, turkey, dove, hogs, foxes, and bobcat.
One operational windmill is centrally located, providing water to multiple troughs for livestock and wildlife use. There is an old header dam on the north end of the ranch that holds water temporarily during wet parts of the year.
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