Spring Valley Ranch features all of the breathtaking natural qualities you would expect to find in a 973 acre Texas Hill Country Ranch. Located in both Bandera and Kerr Counties. The ranch, along with adjacent ranch host the headwaters of Rocky Creek, the Spring Valley Ranch treasures its apx.1.5 miles of this pristine spring fed tributary of the North Prong Medina River. As it ebbs and flows through soaring, multi-colored canyon walls and rich valley bottom, it encounters two dams along the way-one of which rests at an elevation near 1,700 ft. The creek banks are rich in native plant species diversity fostering a healthy riparian ecosystem. Arbor life includes but is not limited to a variety of types of Oaks, Madrone, Pecan, Cypress and over 500 Black Walnut Trees. The sweet aromatic experience of catching the hundreds of purple Mountain Laurel trees in bloom is unforgettable but the real treasure is finding the rarely found WHITE Mountain Laurels! With apx. 800 acres high fenced and 14 deer stands and feeders there is ample opportunity to hunt native Texas wildlife such as white tail, turkey, and wild hogs as well as free-ranging exotics to include black buck, axis deer, aoudad and the occasional bobcat. Featuring the quaint main house, rustic guest house and hunting cabin there is plenty of room to invite friends and family to enjoy your gem in the Hill Country. There is no shortage of recreational activity at the Spring Valley Ranch. Enjoy breathtaking panoramic Hill Country views from elevations up to 2,150 ft., hike, swim, fish, picnic along the waters edge or under the shade trees of the lush native pecan orchard. Hunting is not only all about the many animal species who dwell there but one can explore/hunt the multiple native indian mounds for buried treasures to be among others that have already been found there! Own this amazing property, a very rare, "end of the road", untouched naturalists dream!