Big Cow Ranch - Newton County, Newton, TX

Big Cow Ranch spans 195 acres of prime East Texas land, just 4 miles South of Newton, TX, directly accessible from Highway 87. The property showcases a blend of pasture and mature forest, offering a comprehensive experience of the region. The pastures provide open areas for wildlife viewing and space for livestock or hay production. With vast expanses of mature forest, the ranch provides wildlife habitat as well as seclusion and privacy. Water features are abundant, including a 4 acre pond and Big Cow Creek, which flows year-round for a mile on the Eastern boundary of the ranch. The two old-style wooden cabins on-site are perfectly suited for a hunting camp, lodge, or weekend retreat. Additionally, the ranch presents multiple ideal locations for potential homesites if desired.


  • 6 minutes from Newton
  • 1 hour from Beaumont
  • 2 hours 15 minutes from Houston
  • 4 hours from Dallas
  • 4 hours 45 minutes from Austin

Topography, Rangeland & Habitat

The ranch houses multiple pastures suitable for cattle/horses or hay production. Big Cow Creek flows along the eastern side of the ranch creating a corridor for wildlife to live and travel along. The ranch boasts over 100 acres of large mature hardwood and pine timber with 10 acres of the property spanning across Highway 87.


White-tailed deer and hogs can be seen frequently on the property. All manner of native wildlife roam across the ranch.



Features 60 acres of pasture, substantial mature timber, and hardwood bottoms.



Two well-maintained and functional wooden cabins, one following the classic old-style dog run build. An equipment shed and a barn are also available.


Public water is available.



Electricity is available in multiple locations.



Surface estate only.

Area History

The pastures have served for decades as a cow/calf and hay operation. The substantial pine and hardwood timber stands are estimated to be at least half a century old.


Big Cow Ranch

Newton County, Newton, TX

195± Acres