Buckhorn Ranch is a 120 acre ranch located just west of Ada, OK, 80 miles from OKC and 160 miles from Dallas. This property has an interesting history as it was formerly known as Buckhorn Track and Trail. This piece of property was formerly affiliated with Oklahoma Cross Country Racing Association, as a Motocross Track. There is a small metal shed that served as a concession stand, some of the jumps and a challenging creek crossing that still remain.
Approximately 3400 feet of Buckhorn Creek runs north and south through the ranch. The flat meadows along its flanks are graced with large pecan trees and feature the most fertile soil on the property. Some of the areas are almost completely cleared and ideal for hay meadows while the pecan groves would be much better for pasturing cattle or horses. The ranch will support 30-35 cow/calf pairs on the pasture blanketing the Class 2 and 3 soils in this area. In addition, your livestock will be safely contained within a perimeter of 6-wire barbed wire fence.
Buckhorn Ranch boasts multiple trails carved through the woods and would also provide great hunting. The creek was likely named "Buckhorn" by early settlers because of the deer population naturally drawn to its deep channel and clear waters. The old Motocross trails now serve as travel pathways for wildlife. We've already started getting a few trail camera photos and will continue to update the website with them.
Lastly, if you are also looking for a homesite with a great view, the property has over 90 feet of elevation change. You could build your house on the hill and enjoy your afternoons watching deer and livestock feed beneath the pecan trees. There is also a secluded pond if you wanted to manage a small fishery for fun and food.
Please give Sean Childress a call at 580 320 5791 if you have any questions or would like to schedule a showing.