Ranch Features

Though the Boomer Ranch is only 10 minutes away from the town of Lampasas, Texas, you’d never guess so. The Ranch is located on a lightly traveled county road. If you like peace and quiet and enjoying hearing the sounds of nature, this Ranch is for you. Normally there are no more than 1-2 active hunts at the same time and usually no more than 2-3 days per week. Thus, the “game pressure” is kept very low.

The Boomer Ranch is 200 high fenced acres of great quality game. The terrain has so much of the variety that hunters like, from low bottom pecan groves to elevations close to 2000 ft.

One mile of the Lazy Lucy Creek runs through the center of the property with a beautiful waterfall midstream. In the pecan bottom, huge trees hundreds of years old border an 8 acre oat patch which deer, turkey and dove savor. At the higher elevations great long distance views can be enjoyed. Flat Rock, Twin Sisters and Boys Peak Hills are close by and offer peaceful views. On a clear day you can see 10 miles in any direction.

Water is critical to the development of any game. Besides the Lazy Lucy Creek, this property has a large natural spring, three ponds and additional well water troughs.

The main hunters’ compound area has natural grass and is well maintained. From the front porch both low and high altitude features of the property can be seen. A tree filled circular drive is in front of the hunters’ cabin. A pole barn, built in 1965, is just a short distance away. A fire pit is just steps away from the camp house. Many great hunting stories have been told around this pit, most of which are very entertaining but not true. In regards to the true ones…“What is said around the fire pit, stays at the fire pit.” See Photo Gallery tab for Ranch Features pictures.