Rode Ranch located in Llano, TX
The Rode Ranch is located in Llano County, known as the Deer Capital of Texas! Just 13 miles outside of Llano, TX, the Rode Ranch sprawls across 402 acres with over 180 feet of elevation change throughout the ranch. This gives you great views of Llano County and beyond. The Llano Basin has the highest density of white-tailed deer in the nation with one deer for every 2-3 acres, so if you’re looking for a great ranch for hunting, look no further!
The Rode Ranch has two seasonal creeks, Sixmile Creek and Goldmine Creek, running through it providing water throughout the year for wildlife and any livestock you may have on the ranch. There are also several ponds throughout the ranch.
Electricity runs through the ranch along with two fully-equipped and functional water wells; one at 10 GPM and the other at 6 GPM, providing water at two different locations. Today, pegmatite mined from this ranch is in the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History in Washington, D.C. for the world to see and study (Mineral Rights negotiable).
Located just an hour and half from both Austin and San Antonio, this ranch is conveniently located for your weekend getaway.