The Ranch was styled Rancho Camino Real by virtue of it being traversed by the 16th-17th century Spanish colonial Camino Real. Additionally known as “King’s Highway”, the trail was used by Domingo Teran de los Rios, the first Spanish provincial governor of what is now Texas. As the trail developed throughout centuries, it led from Mexico City through San Antonio and on to the Eastern boarder of Louisiana. In fact, remnants of the old road are still observable on this beautiful ranch! If Texas history and excellent bobwhite quail hunting are high on your list of favorite items you must come take a look.
Location: Rancho Camino Real is located 2 miles south east of Charlotte, TX on CR 334. The ranch is only a short 1 hour drive from San Antonio, TX.
Habitat: The ranch is approximately 50 acres of native untouched brush and 50 acres of improved pasture with motted mesquite providing fantastic quail habitat.
Wildlife: In good weather years, the current owner and his Brittany pointer have bagged over 150 bobwhites from the property in a hunting season. The property is home to other native game such as whitetail deer, feral hogs, rio grand turkey, and other native species.
Minerals: A portion of the minerals are negotiable.
Taxes: Currently taxes assessed at Agricultural Value.
History: The Old Trails Road, El Camino Real, or King’s Highway, after use by Indians in early times for their travels between villages, was later used in 1691 by Domingo Teran de los Rios, the first Spanish provincial governor of what is now Texas. It let from Mexico City through San Antonio and on to the eastern border of Louisiana. The French explores, led by Seur de St. Denis, encroached along this road into the Spanish claim between the Red and Neches Rivers and past the Neches to the missions of San Antonio de Bexar. From Indian trail to Spanish military road to major state highway, the El Camino Real has played a vital part in the history and development of the State.
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