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Tributary Sporting Club lies in the heart of the famous Texas Hill Country. With headquarters near the City of Lampasas, the ranch sprawls through creek beds, river bottoms, oak patches, rocky terrain, and wide expanses.


Tributary Sporting Club spans more than 21,000 acres of the most breathtaking scenery in Texas. Where the Colorado River meets Lake Buchanan, Tributary Sporting Club captures the very essence of hunting, wing shooting, wildlife viewing, and exquisite culinary expertise.


The original ranch was founded in the early 1900’s as one of the largest parcels of land in the Texas Hill Country. With a working silver mine, ongoing cattle and sheep operation, and a wealth of livestock, the ranch soon became famous for its lively activity. The ranch is abundant with relics of time’s past! Historical dwellings, equipment, mine shafts, and the original silver mine make touring the ranch a truly commemorative experience. 



Largest contiguous ranch in the Texas Hill Country, miles of Lake Buchanan and Colorado River, preserved rough and wild, holistically managed, a dream you can experience only during your stay. Over 30 wild species of healthy exotic and indigenous animals, lakes, live water streams, waterfalls, and rivers. You are personally invited to find more of yourself in the middle of nowhere.

Tributary’s South Gate is located just over an hour from downtown Austin in Burnet County, where you will be our important guest in a new era realm of soil, water, and wildlife conservation.


Come experience the beauty of the Texas Hill Country. Relax in one of our 3,000 square-foot luxury cabins. Each cabin offers comfort and elegance. Our two-story get-away offer you privacy, peace,  and quiet place to relax while winding down after a day on the ranch. Premium amenities will make your stay restful and relaxing. Relax in their infinity pool by day and hot tub by night.



Coming Soon.

We are excited to open our brand new one of a kind lodge in 2024.

“Come find yourself in the middle of nowhere."

Clayton Clark

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