La Parita Ranch is nestled within the unincorporated community of La Parita founded in 1922 by John and Joe Chupick. The name of town –and the Ranch –originates from the La Parita School established in 1875 and then abandoned in 1884.
The perimeter of the property is low-fenced and cross-fencing is in place for easy rotation of livestock. Open pastures abound across the majority of the Ranch, abundant with well-established coastal fields. Additionally, there are two pole barns on the property for storage of hay and equipment. The Ranch’s verdant landscape contains live oaks and mesquites throughout and beautiful hardwoods lining the creek. Currently, the Ranch is used as a cattle operation.
The Ranch enjoys multiple water sources including the La Parita Creek that runs along the entire southern border, two ponds located in different pastures, and one water well. These attributes help provide habitat for a variety of native wildlife such as whitetail deer, hogs, turkey, dove, and quail.
This diverse property lends itself not only as a working and hunting ranch due to the established coastal fields, water sources and plentiful wildlife, but also as an investment property due to the ease of access with significant frontage on two county roads.