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Indian Mound Ranch was established in 1873, not long after the first settlers organized Liberty Hill, Texas in the 1850's. Now tucked away in the heart of a rapidly growing urban hotspot, it's home to some of the most beautiful land in Texas, an abundance of wildlife, and preserves both historic and native treasures. It was one of the first ranches in Liberty Hill and stands to be one of the last standing Texas Century Ranches in the area. In 2023 it will be 150 years old.




Before Liberty Hill was known for its State Champions, the fightin' Panthers, it was a small community built by farmers and ranchers who originally settled the area out of covered wagons. Nestled between the North and South forks of the San Gabriel River, locals past and present relish in the rolling Texas Hill Country, swimming in crystal clear rivers, cruising along old windy roads, and living the small-town life.

Passed down through the Whitehead family for six generations, it's currently held by sisters Terri Jones Hanley and Susan Jones Anderson.


The fact that so many ranches have been sold over the years has not been lost on Susan and Terri. Part of their purpose and mission for the ranch is to see it survive many more generations.



The entrance to Indian Mound Ranch is off Hwy 29 in Liberty Hill, Texas, located on the south side of the highway, just east of the middle school and Starbucks.



Indian Mound Ranch hosts events year-round. Contact us for inquiries.

  • Cook-offs

  • Fundraisers

  • Fireworks Stands

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