Leopold Award winning ranch

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Pitch your tent just about anywhere on the Leopold Award(2016), Lone Star Land Steward of the Year(2011) and many other Awards winning ranch(832 acres!) or sleep under the stars on the highest point of land in the County(2150') with panoramic views of beautiful Hill Country. Year-round springs with little waterfalls and pools and Hill Country, as it was before Europeans Read more...

Pitch your tent just about anywhere on the Leopold Award(2016), Lone Star Land Steward of the Year(2011) and many other Awards winning ranch(832 acres!) or sleep under the stars on the highest point of land in the County(2150') with panoramic views of beautiful Hill Country. Year-round springs with little waterfalls and pools and Hill Country, as it was before Europeans arrived. Horny Toads, Black Capped-Vireos(Endangered), Short-tailed-earless lizard(Endangered) and all of the Native birds, mammals, grasses, cactus, etc. Come and see what is happening on this Eco-Restoration Ranch.

Fires are not allowed
Potable water is not available
Pets are not allowed
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  • Listing type: Private
  • No. of sites: 20
  • Accessible by: Drive
  • Accommodation: Tent, Vehicles & RVs
  • Check in after: 2PM
  • Check out before: 12PM
  • Cancellation policy: Strict
  • On arrival: Meet and greet
  • Minimum nights: 2
  • Accepts bookings: 12 months out

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    Hipcamper Scottie

    Blue Mountain Peak Ranch offers a rare opportunity to see what Texas looked like before settlement. Camp host Richard has restored a piece of land that was little more than cedars and deer to a diverse ecosystem that runs wild with rare frogs and lizards and a healthy mix of grasses, cactus and conifers. Most importantly the process of returning to a balanced habitat has rejuvenated springs that had long run dry. It really is quite amazing to see fish and tadpoles swimming in a once-dry spring-fed creek.

    Richard took us on an hour long tour to see just what he has done to restore this mountainous Texas landscape. This opportunity gives you a chance to be educated about land restoration and controlled burns, but you'll also get to choose the perfect place set up camp. We had countless options, but in the end picked a site above the main spring. It was a great place to peer up at the stars. When we got up in the morning we hiked the spring valley. Make sure you bring some waterproof shoes or wadding boots to experience this trek.

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    Property
    Blue Mountain Peak Ranch
    State
    Texas
    $200/night
    RV / Trailer: 20 Sites