Tonkaway Ranch is owned and operated by the Kacal family.
Historically, it was once home to a tribe of Tonkawa Indians.
Tonkaway Ranch is comprised of 2400 continuous acres of Post Oak Savannah, and is bordered on the east by the Navasota River and on the west by Carter Creek in Brazos County.
Tonkaway Lake is a natural spring fed lake, and is one of many lakes on the ranch that is stocked with a well managed Florida/Kansas hybrid Black Bass population.
The ranch is home to a variety of wildlife including white tail deer, water fowl, red tail and red shoulder hawks, wild hogs, bobcats, woodcocks, and many other species.