Travis Patterson


Travis Patterson is an avid outdoorsman who has spent many hours on land. Travis grew up in Breckenridge, Texas and has extensive experience in deer, dove and varmint hunting in Stephens and Shackelford Counties. Travis has been competing in varmint hunts since 2008 and has covered many ranches in the area while competing. Travis spends his spare time in the blind or getting ready for the next season to open, so spending time on listings and learning the property is as natural as breathing for Travis. He enjoys learning animal patterns and how the animals utilize the land. Travis’s capacity to truly understand the land gives him a unique edge when it comes to locating or marketing premium hunting property. Travis has hunted and/or worked on many ranches in the area and knows this country thoroughly. Prior to joining the Campbell Farm & Ranch team, Travis obtained his Welding Certificate and has been a Certified Pipe and Construction Welder for over eight years. Travis has welded for oil and gas companies and on multiple underground pipelines. He understands how these pipelines coexist with the land they run under. Travis also has extensive knowledge in what it takes to create metal ranching improvements as well as the ability to understand if existing improvements are built up to specifications. Travis joined Campbell Farm & Ranch in the summer of 2016. Travis is now full time Farm and Ranch Realtor and has become a valued member of the CF&R Team. Travis and his wife, Sterlynn, reside in Abilene, while she completes her final semester to become a family nurse practitioner. The couple plans to return to the area upon Sterlynn’s graduation.
$1,282,600  •  350 acres
Trophy Trails Ranch lies in the middle of some of the most beautiful and diverse land that Stephens County offers. A ranch like this has everything an avid outdoors person could want: hunting, fishing, and endless hours exploring the various terrain features. This ranch has a mixture of mature hardwoods and mesquite with excellent native grasses that provide exceptional bedding for the deer and cover for small game. A hunting blind and feeder conveniently enhance each food plot while gravity protein feeders throughout the ranch produce maximum horn growth during the off-season. Trophy Trails Ranch has a camp specially set up for family and friends with a small cabin and three RV hookups. Agent's Comments: Trophy Trails Ranch is the very definition of a turn-key hunting ranch providing plenty of adventure for the new owners. This land offers a large variety and quantity of native forage, surpassing anything on the market in this area. Several ATV trails maneuver through the elevation and tree cover, making this ranch seem bigger than 350 acres. A small amount of oil/gas production equipment is present, but it is out of sight and not impeding the land. Additional acreage is available upon request. *** CABIN *** - 1,000 Sq Ft; 2 Bedroom / 1 Bath; Built-in 2008 (Needs some minor touchups to be complete) - Water supplied by a rain catch off the roof - Comanche Co-Op Electric Meter - Solid construction - Covered porch *** RANCHING IMPROVEMENTS *** - 3 RV Hookups; 2 campers can convey with acceptable offer - Blinds and feeders will convey with an acceptable offer - 2016 4WD 70 HP Mahindra tractor with box blade, disk, and brush hog will convey with acceptable offer - 2 fully insulated 20' containers to convey with acceptable offer - Completely fenced-Good to fair; 5-strand barbed wire - West fence line on the road to the property does not exist - Accessible land; Interior ATV roads - 2 Electricity meters *** WATER FEATURES *** - 975 ft of East Fork Gunsoulus Creek on the Northeast boundary - 3 Ponds; One stocked with perch and bass six months ago - Potential for more ponds *** TERRAIN *** - Rough and rugged recreational/hunting land - 80+/- ft of dramatic to heavily rolling elevation - 2 deep draws through the acreage *** COVER *** - Tree Cover--100% Wooded; Heavy to moderate; Post Oak, Live Oak, Mesquite, Elm, Cedar & Hackberry - Underbrush--Heavy; Lotebush, Elbow Bush, Gum Bumelia, Winged Elm, Bluesteam, some Prickly Pear - Native Grasses--Not overgrazed; Not leased for grazing - Cultivation--3 Food plots *** WILDLIFE *** - Outstanding White-tail Deer & Rio Grand Turkey ( Aoudad sheep have been spotted on camera ) - Duck, dove & quail - Hog, bobcats, & varmints - Current AG Exemption on Tax Roll *** MINERALS *** -1 Gas well (Petex); 1 Disposal Well (Rhone Parks INC.) - No oilfield trash from past production - No owned minerals; surface estate only *** WIND *** - No visible wind turbines - No known wind lease in the immediate area - All owned wind rights convey *** ACCESS *** - Gate on CR 120 - 2 miles from FM 1852 - 9 miles north of I-20 *** DISTANCES *** 9 miles NE of Ranger (Grass Airport) 17 miles NE of Eastland (Paved Airport) 20 miles SE of Breckenridge (Paved Airport) 65 miles W of Weatherford 93 miles W of Fort Worth 229 miles E of Midland Listing Agent: Travis Patterson (254) 246-5266 Additional Notices & Disclaimers: Campbell Farm & Ranch welcomes all cooperating agents and brokers. Cooperating Agents and brokers must contact the listing agent first and be present at all showings to fully participate in the commission split. Commission split is at Campbell Farm & Ranch LLC's sole discretion. No Trespassing--please get in touch with a Campbell Farm& Ranch team member for a showing. The information contained in this advertisement is understood to be accurate and reliable but is not guaranteed. Please verify all information before using the information for decision-making purposes. The listing is offered subject to errors, omissions, change in price, change in terms, or removal from the market without notice. The seller has the right to refuse any offer, review multiple offers and accept backup offers.
$480,000  •  160 acres
Lake Road Lodge has a beautiful house on a 160-acre farm just outside of Woodson, TX. This secluded and cozy three-bed, one-bath farmhouse sits at the end of the drive overlooking the property. Behind the house are mature, groomed bull-mesquite trees with a well-formed pond for fishing and swimming. Roughly 143 acres of the farm are currently tillable with established grass waterways to control erosion. A 41-acre plot sits to the north with the 101-acre field to the south. Most of the cultivation contains Leeray Clay, an excellent soil for wheat and sunflowers. This house is ideal for a couple or a small family, while it would also make an awesome hunting cabin with premium leasing capabilities. **Agent's Comments** Lake Road Lodge, in my opinion, is located within one of the best dove hunting regions Texas has to offer. This farm can be an income-producing asset for the future owner; in fact, the current owner would be willing to lease back the cultivation from the prospective buyer. By producing sunflowers in the fields, one could lease the land for day hunts and rent the home out for overnight guests. In the winter months, the deer hunters that frequent the area would keep your reservation calendar full. If you want your private dove or deer hunting property with a small house, this is the place for you. ***HOUSE*** -3 Bedroom / 1 Bath -1,394 sqft; Original home built in 1954, but has been added-on and remodeled -Game room/Bunk room with wet bar on backside of home -Metal roof; Mason siding; Heated by propane -Solid construction; Original hardwood floors; Concrete slab -Big covered porch on front and back; Gravel driveway ***RANCHING IMPROVEMENTS*** -Carport next to home -Storage building -Fenced and cross-fenced; Poor to fair -Lake Road does not have an existing fence -Fort Belknap electricity -One deer blind will convey with the property ***WATER FEATURES*** -1 pond; +/- .36 acre -Fort Griffin SUD Water Meter ***CULTIVATION*** -101 acres of cultivation on the south -41 acre plot on the north; Split by mature mesquites from the main field -20+/- Ft of elevation; slightly sloping -Beautiful views of neighboring elevation -Soils: 134.8+/- acres of Leeray Clay; 12.9+/- acres of Lueders-Throck complex; 3.6+/- acres of Sagerton clay loam ***COVER*** -Tree Cover-- Mesquite, Elm, & Hackberry --Underbrush--Elbowbush, bumelia, skunkbush, lotebush, prickly pear, turkey pear --Native Grasses--No current leases ***WILDLIFE*** -White-Tail Deer & Rio Grand Turkey -Duck, dove & some quail have recently been seen on the property -Hog, bobcats, & varmints -Leased for hunting; lease can be terminated -Current AG Exemption on Tax Roll ***MINERALS*** No current oil/gas production Surface estate only ***ACCESS*** -Driveway off Lake Road -From Woodson, head west down FM 209 (Paved) for 3.9 miles and turn north on Lake Rd -Property is 1.2 miles down Lake Rd on the west side of the road *** DISTANCES *** -3 miles west of Woodson Lake -4 miles west of Woodson -22 miles northwest of Breckenridge (Airport) -31 miles west of Graham (Airport) -71 miles southwest of Wichita Falls (International Airport) -100 miles west of Fort Worth -190 miles northeast of Midland
Campbell Farm & Ranch

Travis Patterson
801 Elm Street
Graham, TX 86450

Mobile: 254-246-5266
Office: 940-549-7700