Perched high on the banks of the Nueces River, the Tree House Ranch includes 640 acres under high fence with deer pens and a Carrizo water well supplying several ponds and food plots and approximately 289 acres on the river with a large airplane hangar, 7-stall horse barn, deer processing facility & walk-in cooler, and spacious cabin on the riverbank. The ranch gets its name from the steel cabin built on stilts which sits in the canopy of the oaks overlooking the Nueces. This structure is perfectly designed for entertaining and large families, with 2 large bedrooms, large gathering room and bunk room, kitchen and dining area, and a grande wood deck above the water.
The high-fenced portion of the ranch has been under the management of the renowned wildlife biologist, Macy Ledbetter, producing the ideal habitat for the trophy whitetail population. The 640 acres features strategically placed food plots, sederos and water sources.