The Hudson Draw Ranch is located approximately 20 miles northwest of San Angelo in southern Coke County. The ranch is access by combination county maintained and private easement road.
The Hudson Draw Ranch is conveniently located to San Angelo. The ranch consists of rugged hills with various headers and canyons, level divide country and more level country with drainages in the southern part of the ranch along Hudson Draw.
The East Fork of Grape Creek traverses the northeast corner of the ranch.
Brush species consist primarily of cedar, mesquite, agarita, prickly pear and other species native to the area. Brush density is light in some areas and moderate to heavy in others creating good wildlife cover.
Elevations range from approximately 2,400 - 2,200 feet above sea level.
Water is provided by two water wells, one equipped with a windmill and the other a solar pump.
The Hudson Ranch offers good hunting opportunities for white-tail deer, turkey, quail and dove. Additionally, axis and blackbuck antelope are ocassionally seen on the ranch.
A conveyance of minerals is negotiable with an acceptable offer.
All information deemed reliable but not guaranteed and should be independently verified. All properties are subject to prior sale, change or withdrawal.