The West wing of the lodge compound is comprised of four guestrooms built around a courtyard with an outdoor fireplace and seating area. Each room is tastefully appointed with authentic Saltillo tile, hardwood cabinetry, and en-suite bathrooms with walk in showers. Three rooms have two beds in each while the fourth room has a single, king-sized bed.
The East wing of the lodge compound is comprised of six guestrooms built around a courtyard with a kitchen-livingroom with fireplace and television. Each of the rooms are tastefully appointed with authentic Saltillo tile, hardwood cabinetry, and en-suite bathrooms with walk in showers.
The Main Lodge
Located in the center of the compound is the Dining Hall with three massive tables that comfortably seat ten. The upper gallery provides views from the terraces of the headquarters compound. There is a large, stone fireplace next to the wet bar. Just outside of the Dining Hall is an expansive screened in porch with comfortable seating and fireplace to relax and enjoy some time before or after meals.
The twenty-five-seat theatre is a short walk across the courtyard from the Dining Hall and can be utilized for meetings or simply to relax and take in a movie or favorite sporting event.
There was a vision, to create a destination in South Texas that embraces both the roots of the Spanish culture which is a static part of Texas history along with the bold dreams exemplified by so many Texans.
Styled after the Historic Mission at Goliad, the Architectural firm hired to create this masterpiece exceeded all expectations. The expansive Hacienda with its inviting colonnade, courtyards and fountains take you to another place in time – Texas in the 1800’s.
Massive, Ancient Pecan Trees draw you towards the cool green lawn flanked by the swimming pool and veranda. Each of the ten private guest rooms has been carefully appointed for our guests comfort. A cardroom and theatre that seats twenty-five is just off the colonnade and is sure to satisfy the most discriminating of guests.
An expansive Trophy Room displaying over 250 species from around the globe will rival many museums for its authenticity and attention to detail. Known to be a gathering place of sportsmen and women to reminisce about their past adventures and to plan new ones.
The dining hall that seats thirty with its grand, vaulted ceiling and bar will welcome guests to an unforgettable meal after a day afield. Gourmet meals coupled with a “Texas Flair” are sure to surprise the most cultivated of palates.
After dinner, you can retire to the porch or courtyard by the firepit for a relaxing evening sharing the tales of the days pursuits.
Encompassing five square miles of some of the best habitat in South Texas, the Reserve Ranch is bordered by two and a half miles of one of the best stretches on the Nueces River. Protected for decades the river with its deep, Gin clear pools of water rippling over river washed stones is home to largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, Guadalupe bass, along with a variety of panfish such as redbreast sunfish, rock bass, green sunfish, and Rio Grande perch. Additionally, Channel and Blue Catfish are found in the river as well. Fisherman will clamor to this destination as it offers untouched fishing for both fly and spincast sportsmen.
The riverine is lined with massive hardwoods including Pecan, Live Oak, Elm and Cypress trees, reminding us of the origin of its name – Nueces is the Spanish word for Nuts, thus named for the abundance of Pecan trees along this truly incredible river.
The upland portion of the ranch being comprised of mostly a loam type soil that produces a variety of native grasses and forbes beneficial to both game birds and mammals. The habitat in its current state is in an incredible condition due to the prohibition of grazing by domestic livestock for decades.
Water distribution across the ranch is widespread and well planned. The irrigation wells that supply the food plots, troughs and waterholes utilized by all of the wildlife are an immeasurable asset.
Extensive brush sculpturing to benefit the wildlife was undertaken many years ago and has been favorable to many species of wildlife. This practice is carried on today to ensure the best habitat conditions will be maintained in perpetuity.
The result of the time, effort and money that has gone into the development of the ranch make it the World Class hunting destination it is.
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