Land Plan & Gates Reserve

Gates Reserve is a 600 acre plot of prime habitat on the Brazos River. The reserve is home to whitetail deer, turkey, doves, hogs, waterfowl and many other wildlife species. This reserve is available exclusively to Gates Crossing ranch owners.

Land Plan


Gates Crossing at Washington on the Brazos is comprised of 40 ranches ranging in size from 14 to 160 acres, not including the 600 acre Reserve. There is a total of 4.6 miles of Brazos River frontage within the property, which not only provide breathtaking views but also recreational opportunities.

Frankel Design Build is the exclusive developer for Gates Crossing, their tailored design-build process and carefully selected team of experts allows them to seamlessly guide each landowner from start to finish. They are the only builder in Houston, TX who provides all client services in-house, from architecture, to interior design, construction, pools, outdoor living, home care, and warranty. Nothing is too custom.

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Wildlife


Gates Reserve is more than just a recreational area for our community, it provides opportunities to learn about land conservation and game management right in your own backyard. With an abundance of established wildlife it will be up to our community and ranch practices to allow this reserve to thrive for decades to come.

Passion of Pursuit


Gates Crossing was founded on the idea of independence, pursuit, and solitude. The Reserve was created to honor all of those community pillars. We are a community of people that enjoy the outdoors and the pursuit that it offers. Opportunities to chase your favorite game animal or fish the Brazos are plentiful on Gates Reserve. We encourage all of our Ranch owners and families to find an outdoor hobby that quenches their thirst for adventure and go chase it on Gates Reserve.

Gates Memories

Gates Reserve allows our community members the opportunity to create memories that will last a lifetime, we want to share and cherish those memories with you. If you have a favorite memory from the reserve please send us a quick photo and we will get it uploaded to the memory wall below.