With over 2-miles of spring-fed Sacro Creek, the Goliad Ranch is a diverse mixture of classic Coastal Plains with native grasses, live oak and post oak trees on the northern 1,526 acres and large stands of Live Oaks and a Post Oak forest in the southern 2,023 acres. Sarco Creek is very well watered with perennial large pools of clear spring water. Five stock tanks are scattered throughout the property, all with access to nearby water wells. One tank is fed by windmill. White-tail deer are known to be above average for the area, turkey are abundant, excellent quail habitat, dove and hogs. Topography is gently sloping. Ranch improvements include a large set of wooden cattle pens in the southeast portion of the ranch. There are miles of all-weather caliche roads throughout the interior of the ranch. Fencing along HWY 183 is new and remaining fence is in good condition. Surface only.