Charles Wright Ranch has 7 sections in Wise County (Decatur) Texas.
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Charles and Kristen Wright.
Located 7 ½ miles from Fort Davis at 1900 Sproul Rd., the H.E. Sproul Ranch is a historic working cattle ranch offering guest suites, catering and meeting facilities. All suites offer the latest amenities, including refrigerator, microwave, satellite tv, dvd player, coffeepot, internet access, pillow-top mattresses and quality linens.
Other activities available at the ranch include:
use of the hot-tub and swimming pool
The Ranch offers more free range hunting opportunities for West Texas game than any other ranch in the area. Texas elk hunts offer an experience few other hunters have ever enjoyed. We also offer trophy and management mule deer hunts, as well as aoudad, turkey, antelope, javelina and blue quail hunts. Every hunt offered at the ranch allows access to spectacular scenery and gives the hunter an experience to be remembered. All hunts are fully guided and meals and accommodations are provided at the Ranch. Prices are available upon request. For more information on hunting, please contact Roy Hurley at email@example.com.
McIvor Ranch – Also known as the “U Up U Down Ranch”, is a working cattle ranch established in 1882 by G.S. Locke and is still owned and operated by the same family. Grams Ranch House, named in honor of Scott’s grandmother Violet Locke McIvor, is a great place to stay here in the Davis Mountains. It is a neat house with a lot of charm. It has a wonderful view of the McDonald Observatory from the front porch and a majestic view of Blue Mountain off the back porch. The house has three bedrooms and two full baths that can accommodate up to 7 people. It has a living and dining area and a fully equipped kitchen, including a washer and dryer. We have limited availability in the Spring and Fall. We would love for you to come join us here at the ranch for a couple of nights or a while. Please contact us for pricing and available dates. Julie & Scott McIvor.
Located 6 miles north on Hwy. 118 on the historic Prude Ranch. Motel units and family cabins from $75 – $95; seventeen bunkhouses for group use: $18/bunk. Indoor swimming pool, tennis courts, hiking trails, Ropes Challenge Course and scheduled horseback rides for guests and other visitors, upon reservation. Dining room with buffet meal service. Conference facilities. Children’s Summer Camp.
Office Hours: Monday – Saturday, 8am – 5pm
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Primitive cabin and electrical hook-up with water. Mule deer, white-tail deer, aoudad, mountain lion, javelina, European boar, white wing dove, mourning dove, quail and small game available for hunting. Guiding optional.
Day and overnight camping available also.
Contact: Tom Lee Waterston
Located 30 miles North of McDonald Observatory on Hwy 118; 7 miles south of Kent. Guided Hunts – Trophy Aoudad, Javelina. Management deer hunts.