Location: Raab Spring Ranch is approximately 15 miles S/SE of Llano, TX off County Road 312. That puts it 90 miles from Austin, TX and 120 miles from San Antonio, TX.
Description: Nestled at the Southern edge of the Riley Mountains, Raab Spring Ranch is packed with unique features. It sits above a subcrop of the Hickory Aquifer and more than likely that is the source of the perennial spring, Raab Spring. Views of Enchanted Rock, Cedar Mountain, Bullhead Mountain, House Mountain, and many other prominent local landmarks can be seen with the 400 in elevation change.
Most of the ranch is in its original state. Except for a small corrugated shed and a power pole (Central Texas Electric Co-op), its all native. The road system is adequate, albeit rough, giving access to roughly 30% of the ranch.
The ranch has a good amount of Ashe Juniper or cedar, some of which has died from recent droughts of years’ past. The creeks are lined with willows, Mustang grape vines and small ferns. Tasajillo, prickly pear, native persimmon, and Cats Claw are the dominant brush species other than the juniper. Massive Live, Post, and Blackjack Oaks can be found throughout RSR.
Water: Approximately 3800 of Riley Creek (the center of which is Raab Spring) eventually merges into Silver Creek. A massive, sheer cliff face sits above a portion of Silver Creek. There are almost 1.5 miles of Silver Creek. Flowing water at the time of this writing (10/7/19) consisted of approximately 2000 along Riley Creek downstream of Raab Spring.
There are no water wells currently on RSR.
Access: Access is via Llano County Road 312. A deeded easement, approximately 1.4 miles in length, takes you to the entrance of the ranch.
Improvements: Raab Spring Ranch is perimeter fenced (low fence) with barbed wire. Electricity is on the property and is serviced by Central Texas Electric Co-Op.
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