Lost Springs Ranch is located in a natural country setting in Hays County approximately 10 miles west of Wimberley, Texas near the intersection of Valley View Drive and Days End Road. The subdivision is composed of 77 lots on 311 acres. Lost Springs Ranch is in the Comal County School District.
Lost Springs Ranch offers country living but with amenities found in urban areas such as underground utilities, paved roads and a state approved water supply. Property owners enjoy extensive equestrian/hiking trails, a quiet pond park and a Blanco River park with seating areas situated atop a bluff above the river. In 2005, a swimming pool complex was built, complete with waterfalls, a covered pavilion and fireplace, dressing rooms and a cooking firepit for the enjoyment of property owners and their guests.
The Property Owners Association is an active organization dedicated to ensuring all owners continue to enjoy the quality rural lifestyle they were seeking when they purchased property in the Texas Hill Country and Lost Springs Ranch.
Lost Springs Ranch Water Supply Corp. provides water to properties in Lost Springs Ranch through a TCEQ approved well and distribution system. Chlorine levels are checked daily and a water sample is submitted to a laboratory monthly to be tested for bacteria count. The distribution system consists of 4” to 6” PVC pipe with 2” PVC pipe in the cul-de-sacs. There is approximately 3 miles of piping throughout Lost Springs Ranch. Currently there are 42 water customers.
Well depth = 440 feet with water level usually 210 feet from the top
Pumps = 3 HP pump rated about 33.5 gallons per minute
Storage tank = 17000 gallon capacity
Pressure tanks = 2 nine hundred gallon tanks which maintain about 55 PSI on the water system