Comanche Spring Ranch straddles the northern rim of the hill country on the Edwards Plateau, 19 miles from the geodetic center of Texas and 8 miles southeast of Eden. Paleo-Americans first inhabited this area 13,000-18,000 years ago, but the ranch was named for its much later visitors, the fierce Comanche Indians, the supreme horse warriors, who camped in its pecan and live oak groves, hunted its game, and left arrowheads and artifacts near the old spring source on the ranch. Year round, the ranch offers, over 1,200 acres of hunting for some of the finest exotic trophy animals in Texas today. Comanche Spring Ranch's game trophies place annually in the top five of Trophy Game Records of the World. The ranch is home to one of the largest axis herds in North America. In season, the hunter can also pursue the native white-tailed deer and wild turkey. A visit to Comanche Spring Ranch promises a lasting memory of natural beauty and a treasured hunting experience. For more information, contact the guide at (325) 869-0288 or the main office at (337) 658-2265.