Hale Ranch History

Established in 1981, the Hale Ranch has grown from the original 1600 acres to over 3000 acres of prime Texas hunting. The ranch is in the very desirable South Texas hunting region, located in Zavala County between Uvalde and Pearsall, Texas.

Situated in Texas Parks & Wildlife Department’s most demanding category for the Texas Big Game Awards, the terrain is dense brush with some rocky ridges, which offers a good habitat for wildlife. The ranch is home to numerous wildlife species such as Whitetail deer, Bobwhite and Blue Quail, Rio Grande Turkey, and Feral Hogs.

The original 1600 acres has been high fenced since 1982 and the expanded acreage high fenced in 2002. The ranch is intensively managed to provide wildlife a suitable habitat to thrive in and provide the dedicated hunter with a sporting opportunity to bag a covetable trophy animal.