Whitesand Creek Ranch is a 230 acre hunting property located just east of Bennington, OK in Bryan County. This property features 3/4 mile of frontage on Highway 70 and 1/2 mile of frontage on Chubby Road. Located a short 85 miles from McKinney, TX, this property is close enough for a quick getaway on a moment's notice.
From all appearances, the deer density on this property is high. During the late winter we made our first trip to the ranch and saw lots of deer tracks and trails everywhere. We attribute the deer population to the bedding cover and browse provided by a regrowth of hardwood timber since the last time trees were harvested. This mixture of open areas, logging trails and dense thickets intermixed with large hardwood trees provides an ideal situation for deer to flourish. A minimal amount of management, food plots and feeders should cause this property to become a true whitetail haven.
In addition, the property has multiple small ponds in addition to over 1/2 mile of Whitesand Creek. This live water creek has beautiful clear water flowing over a clean sand bed. For those who want to try their hand at lake construction, we have mapped out a potential 12 acre lake that would run north to south along the creek. Other small clear water streams run on the property for a while after it rains and could also present some interesting opportunities for other smaller pond and lake development.
If you love history, this property also has a very interesting old farm house, multiple sheds and a round roofed barn. In addition, there is an antique tractor, farm implements, and the remnants of a covered wagon on the property. All of the above gives the property the appearance of being frozen in time.
Lastly, its is extremely rare to get any minerals with property these days. However, the owner of Whitesand Creek Ranch believes that he owns half the mineral rights and will let those transfer with the surface with a full price offer.
If you are looking for a great hunting property, love beautiful live water, enjoy seeing the remnants of early Oklahoma history and want a chance to own mineral rights within a short drive of the DFW metroplex, then please call Sean Childress at 580 320 5791