Babyhead Ranch is centered in the historic Babyhead mountain range. According to local oral tradition, the name “Babyhead” originated in the 1850s when a small child was reportedly killed by Native Americans and her remains left on the mountain. A creek carried the name Babyhead, as well as a pioneer community founded in the 1870s. A cemetery in the area is the last physical reminder of that community, which once boasted numerous homes, farms, and businesses. Today, the Babyhead ranch is a picturesque Hill Country locale for appreciating the area's rich natural beauty. Guests enjoy regular sightings of whitetail deer, turkey, dove, quail, rabbits, ducks, bobcats and hogs. The Babyhead 230 (Also known as, Babyhead South) sits on the southside with views of Babyhead Mountain toward the North.
Small metal cabin (approx 400 sqft) includes 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, living area, kitchen, appliances, hot water, and electricity. Window AC unit.
BH230 has 3 water tanks (one exceeding 1-acre in size), a natural spring, one feeder, and one tower hunting blind. Three additional hunting locations have been historically established but require feeders/blinds.
Approximately 20 Longhorn cattle graze the ranch. Many of the cattle are CTLR registered Texas Longhorns with lineage back to the famous San Vicente Ranch in Linn, Texas