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At a Glance


Stark Creek Ranch is in Kimble County, on the Edwards Plateau. The county was created in 1858 and named for George C. Kimble, who died at the Battle of the Alamo. Prior to the arrival of foreign settlers, the area was inhabited by several Native American groups, including the Comanche, Kiowa, Kiowa Apache, and Lipan Apache.
This secluded Texas Hill Country ranch is located northwest of Junction, Texas, off Ranch Road 1674. After an approximate thirty minute drive down a primitive, deeded, road, the new owners will arrive at the gate to their 655 ± acre secluded, low fenced, hunting paradise.


The seasonal creek, Stark Creek, is located on the ranch and supplies water to wildlife during rainy seasons.

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W ildlife. Currently under wildlife exemption, the property comes complete with eight corn feeders, two protein feeders and nine blinds. The ranch is loaded with whitetail deer, turkey, hog, black buck and axis. Quail and varmints can also be located on the ranch. Stark Creek Ranch is also enrolled in the Texas Parks and Wildlife MLD program.


There is a water well with submersible pump that supplies a 40,000 gallon cement tank. The current owners use the water in this tank for various purposes, including filling water in troughs throughout the ranch.


Stark Creek Ranch has a tremendous amount of character, the rolling hills and elevation changes not only offer wildlife benefits, they offer the new owner exceptional views of the Texas Hill County. It has great grass and tree cover, live oak trees cover the property. The land on this ranch is 100% accessible. Stark Creek Ranch doesn’t have any high lines on the property.


Stark Creek Ranch has a hunter’s area that consists of a cabin that has been turned into an area to cook and eat. Two other buildings give the buyer up to four separate rooms to house family and friends. There is also an area where a travel trailer can be plugged in, complete with television and wi-fi.

Property Summary

Secluded. Breathtaking. Adventure. Memories. These are just a few words that come to mind when asked to describe this 655 ± acre Texas Hill Country ranch.

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