About Faith Ranch

A beautiful 1,300 acre ranch located in the magnificent Texas Hill Country.  Enjoy a relaxing atmosphere away from the hustle and bustle of the big city yet still have close access to town.  It is the perfect retreat for the seasoned hunter or nature lover with several nearby points of interest, attractions and recreation.

Ranch house and generous carport offer a comfortable and spacious private getaway with rustic charm.  The house includes two bedrooms and two baths with a kitchen, living area, game room, walk-in cooler, ice machine and concrete cleaning station.

See a wide variety of local wildlife.  Local wildlife includes whitetail deer, black buck deer, axis deer, coyote, bobcat, Texas longhorns, hogs, turkeys, sheep and goats.

Enjoy several and different breathtaking views.  The terrain changes from flat to hills and valleys with both rugged and rolling landscape stretching out in all directions.  See grassy slopes, ravines or fields with a wide array of colors of grasses, flowering plants, trees and vines.


Faith Ranch is located 8 miles northeast of Rocksprings, Texas which is the county seat of Edwards County.  It is on County Road 2630.  An easy drive from Rocksprings by traveling east on Highway 377 and north on County Road 2630.​

Things To Do

Just a few miles from the ranch, you can enjoy a tour of the famous national landmark Devil’s Sinkhole cavern.  It is also the home of one of Texas’ largest colonies of Mexican free-tailed bats and two endangered species. 

If you travel about 40 miles east on Highway 377, you will come to the scenic town of Junction, Texas in Kimble County.  Junction, Texas and Kimble County offer a wide variety of experiences.  Visitors can enjoy canoeing, kayaking, tubing, fishing, etc on the spring fed waters of the South or North Llano rivers.  You can also visit the Kimble Country Historical Commission Museum for a look at how pioneers lived.

If you travel about 45 miles southwest on Ranch to Market Road 674, you can visit Kickapoo Cavern State Park.  The park offers picnic sites, camping, hiking, mountain biking, bird watching, and evening bat flight viewing during the season. Primitive tours of Kickapoo Cavern are scheduled every Saturday and require reservations.