Hunting Lodges in Uvalde, Texas

Ox Ranch may be the ultimate hunting lodge in Texas thanks to upscale lodging, gourmet divining, superb hunting on over 18,000 acres, fishing, jet skiing, safari tours, and lots more.

Hunting Lodge and Cabin in Uvalde

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Ox Ranch Hunting

Ox Ranch has quickly become a bucket list location for hunters and history buffs, but now you can experience this breathtaking ranch in one of their upscale cedar cabins. You will see thousands of wildlife free ranging on over 18,000 acres of Texas Hill Country. A few of the species you will encounter or can hunt on your visit include giraffes, zebras, kangaroos, axis, kudu, blackbuck, elk, red stags, and of course record-breaking whitetail deer!  Ox Ranch is home to DriveTanks.com which is the only place in the world you can drive and shoot real WWII tanks! There are countless activities for the entire family to enjoy. Those activities include hand-feeding giraffes, photo safari tour, fishing, cave exploring, arrowhead hunting, kayaking & SUP and more!

Ox Ranch is well known for Whitetail Deer hunting and exotic game hunts and the Ranch is home to over 60 species free ranging on over 18,000 acres of Texas Hill Country! Ox Ranch also has the largest herds of Axis deer, Blackbuck, and Scimitar Horned Oryx in Texas!

Contact Ox Ranch today and inquire about their Cedar Activity Stay experience! Read about Texas Outside's fun and adventurous visit to Ox Ranch.

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