Cinco Canyon Ranch occupies eight hundred and thirteen (813) game fenced acres in the heart of the Texas Hill country. The beauty of this unique ranch is defined by four predominant characteristics: 1) the dramatic and rugged canyons which carve their way through massive limestone and flint formations; 2) the springs, waterfalls and rock bottom lakes which are a part of the extensive canyon system; 3) the panoramic views presented by the frequent elevation changes and twisting roads which traverse the land; and 4) the forests of mature live oaks, spanish oaks, red oaks and cherry trees which cover the vast majority of the ranch land. The trophy quality of the animals found across Cinco Canyon Ranch is the result of a strict game management program and desire of the owners to grow world class elk and deer. Prized for their antler and body mass, the ranch traps and sells animals to other hunting ranches, which not only reduces the number of animals carried on the range lands but also allows us to improve the trophy quality of the herds.
The family partnership’s decision to open the ranch on a limited basis to non-family members grows out of its desire to: 1) regulate carrying capacity; 2) generate income to offset the cost of the specially designed protein feeding program that occurs throughout the year; and, 3) control herd genetics.