The original Camaron Ranch was 38,000 acres. The Big Alamo Tank was the largest body of water in this part of the country. The Big Alamo pasture of the Camaron is a classic South Texas hunting ranch.
The owners have carefully managed the hunting for about 18 years. The deer herd is strictly South Texas native deer. The ranch is totally high fenced with large neighboring ranches.
The water well is shared with other ranches via a water agreement. At the compound there is a water storage tank in an enclosed barn.
There is a 3-bedroom manufactured home complete with a patio & fire pit, with great views of the Big Alamo Lake. There is also an equipment barn and walk-in cooler. There are 3 hunting blinds, deer feeders, and cattle pens.
In addition to the Big Alamo Lake there is a smaller stock tank.
The Big Alamo is located west of Camaron Lane via a 1.4-mile wholly owned strip of land. This makes the ranch very private as there are no other ranches that use this lane. The property is located south of Fowlerton about 12 miles and north of Hwy 624 about 6 miles.