Y.O. Ranch Headquarters Tracts ranging in size from 129-174 Acres.

A rare opportunity to own a piece of the historic Y.O. Ranch is now available with 25 ranch tracts ranging in size from 101 +/- Acres- 174+/- Acres with access to the Y.O. Ranch Headquarters amenities. Located approximately 42 +/- miles from Kerrville, Texas, the Y.O. Ranch Headquarter Tracts are located just to the south of the original, historic Y.O. facilities and improvements. These ranches are located near the main entrance of the ranch, and are made up of great manageable sizes, yet still large enough to hunt and/or graze cattle on. Many of the tracts offer gorgeous, long-distance views and have multiple build site options for anyone wanting to build a homesite. Electricity and paved road access is available to each tract. Water well logs in the immediate area suggest that the water table is around 400 -450 feet deep. With each tract, the Y.O Ranch Headquarters is offering the opportunity for all tract landowners to have access to the iconic Y.O. Headquarters, with certain Property Owners Association Amenities.



With the ambiance of the beautiful Texas Hill Country, these tracts are more than just an opportunity to own ranch land in such a desirable location in Texas. With access to the Y.O. Ranch Headquarters, this opportunity becomes a unique lifestyle. With one single POA membership, you get special access to the Y.O. Ranch Headquarters that will provide you, your family, and your guests with an abundance of activity, recreation, entertainment, relaxation, and more. Some of the Amenities include:


  • • Discounted Guided Hunts on the Y.O., Wildlife Tours & Education
  • • Five Stand / Sporting Clays
  • • Rifle Range (long & short)
  • • ATV Course


  • • Weddings
  • • Corporate Retreats
  • • Family Reunions
  • • Exotic Game Sales
  • • Live Concerts


  • • Horseback Riding
  • • Rodeo Arena

Family & Kids

  • • Petting Zoo
  • • Adventure Camps
  • • Adventure Classes

Sports & Fitness

  • • Swimming Pool Complex
  • • Tennis & Pickleball


The Y.O. Ranch, a renowned property with a rich history, was acquired in 1880 by Captain Charles A. Schreiner, a man of many talents including banking, philanthropy, pioneering ranching, and serving as a Texas Ranger. He purchased the brand and cattle from Taylor & Clemens using the profits gained from driving an impressive 300,000 longhorns from Texas to Dodge City. Over six generations, the ranch achieved numerous historical feats, such as leasing land for hunting to expand its revenue streams, establishing the Texas Longhorn Breeders’ Association and a registry to revive the endangered breed, and introducing exotic hoof stock, which earned Y.O Ranch Headquarters the worldwide recognition as “America’s Original Game Ranch.”

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Gently rolling terrain with nice, open views and diverse soils, perfect for wildlife, a great horse property, or small cattle ranch. There are nice, large oaks scattered throughout most tracts, with ample cover for wildlife.


A few tracks have existing ponds/tanks, the ranches are situated over the Edwards and Hensel Aquifer group which are both feasible for residential water supply, lots 6, 11, & 15 have existing Edwards Aquifer wells, the other lots would need wells drilled by a driller and/or pump installer who is licensed by TDLR and has filed a Headwaters Groundwater Conservation District License Certification form with the Headwaters Groundwater Conservation District.


The Y.O. Ranch boasts an exceptional infrastructure and is renowned for its impressive offerings in both native and exotic hunting. The ranch provides a combination of abundant and high-quality native wildlife and exotics. Moreover, an innovative animal conservation program has been put in place, ensuring the resilience of these herds and positioning the legendary Y.O. Ranch as a leading entity in the preservation of exotic game on a global scale. Some of the wildlife found on the Y.O. come from four different continents and include: Addax, Afghan Urial, Angora, Aoudad, Arabian Oryx, Armenian Mouflon, Axis, Barasingha, Bison, Black Hawaiian Sheep, Blackbuck Antelope, Blesbok, Blue Sheep, Bongo, Catalina, Corsican Ram, Dama Gazelle, Dybowski Sika, Eland, Elk, Emu, European Muflon, Fallow Deer, Gemsbok, Grant’s Gazelle, Himalayan Thar, Hybrid Ibex, Impala, Jacob’s 4 Horn, Kudu, Markhor, Merino Sheep, Native Whitetail, Nile Lechwe, Nilgai, Nubian Ibex, Nyala, Ostrich, Painted Desert Sheep, Pere Davids Deer, Raka Sheep, Red Lechwe, Red Sheep, Red Stag, Rhea, Sable, Sambar, Scimitar Horned Oryx, Scottish Blackface Sheep, Spingbok, Texas Dall, Thompson’s Gazelle, Transcaspian Urial, Turkey, Water Buffalo, Waterbuck, Watusi, White-bearded Wildebeest, Yak, Zebra, and Zedonk.

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