Just 30 minutes from downtown Dallas is the hidden recreational gem, Luna Ranch. This ranch sits on 642 +/- acres of land that is rich with wild game. The property is currently being utilized to run cattle and serves as a weekend retreat and hunting oasis. With access to the Southfork Sabine River, Renfro Creek, multiple stock tanks and duck sloughs, water is prolific.
The main residence on Luna Ranch sits behind a gated concrete driveway. The home is situated on the highest part of the ranch and has 5 bedrooms, with one of the rooms being set up as a bunk room. It has an open floor plan living room, and covered parking.
Luna Ranch is an incredibly rare find considering the size of land and close proximity to Dallas. The ranch is located right outside of Munson, TX. The north end of the ranch borders State HWY 276 and the south end fronts FM 1565. The property is dues east of Rockwall, TX and south of Royce City, TX. This property provides secluded large contiguous acreage conveniently located to several major cities.
Renfro Creek runs through the central and southern portions of the ranch. The South Fork Sabine River runs through the northern part of the property. Bermuda Grass can be found throughout the ranch and is especially lush throughout the floodplain portions and in the river bottoms. The property also has multiple ponds.
There are ample hunting opportunities at Luna Ranch. There is a heavy presence of wildlife that traverses the river and creek corridors. The native whitetail population is very healthy and quite impressive. Numerous trophy bucks have been harvested over the years with several scoring in the 160's. Multiple blinds and feeders are positioned throughout the property. Migrating waterfowl frequent the duck sloughs in the winter months and can be thick at certain times. Hogs and dove are also found on the ranch.
Rolling hay meadows mixed with mature hardwood thickets paint a beautiful backdrop with Luna Ranch. There is about 35' of elevation change throughout the property. One concrete road runs the length of the property and provides year-round access into the river bottoms even during wet conditions. Approximately 80 - 85% of the ranch falls within the FEMA floodplain. The majority of the soils consist of Kaufman clay, Heiden clay, Crockett loam, and Nahatche loam.
- Covered hay barn
- Perimeter and cross fencing in place
- Cattle pens
- The entire ranch is under a wildlife management plan with Hunt County and receives ag exemption status