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$6,125,000  •  2,197 acres
The very best properties hardly ever come up for sale. Fortunate families find a great place, recognize it for what it is and then hang onto it forever. In the 1950s, the late Jack Coppedge started assembling a highly productive and beautiful farm along the banks of the South Canadian River just south of Holdenville, OK. By 1963, he moved his young family onto the farm and since that time, the Coppedge River Farm has seen multiple generations of the family work and enjoy the land. Its not hard to see why the family fell in love with the place. The interface of beautiful hill ground and productive river bottoms yields dramatic views that stop you in your tracks. A blanket of oak forest on the slopes gives way to the green of wheat in the fields, open pasture curves in and around the forest and water flows everywhere. Trophy whitetails and wild turkeys live in the ribbon of forest that follows along the curve of the river. Giant bass lurk in the shaded depths of a clear water lake before breaking the surface of the shallows chasing minnows. It is a country boys dream of freshly plowed ground, content cattle grazing on green slopes and wildlife on display. It is easy to see why they kept it 60 years.Specifically, the Coppedge River Farm offers 2197 acres of land and 1449 acre-feet/year of groundwater rights for irrigating the crops. Class I soils grace 620 acres of the farm, while Class II soils blanket another 40 open acres of it. The farm has two center pivots and other areas are irrigated with older style wheel roll irrigation equipment, while water is supplied from high capacity wells completed in the shallow river alluvium. At the time of filming, 200 acres had been plowed with 60 acres of winter wheat already growing under one of the center pivots. Another 500 acres of hay meadows had been or were in the process of being cut and baled. Another 100 acres of Class II soils are heavily wooded and serve as a protective forest buffer between the erosional forces of the river and the rich farmland. The balance of the ranch is composed of hill pastures for cattle and wooded hillsides full of wildlife. The combination of pasture, hay meadows, and irrigated cropland make this farm ideal for an intensive cattle operation.In addition to the wells, water resources are abundant on the ranch. Three miles of frontage on the South Canadian River. 1.5 miles of Cindy Creek that includes a beautiful waterfall, a magnificent 10 acre lake, and various small ponds adorn the farm. The lake is particularly beautiful. According to older topo maps created before the lake was built, the lake should be 20 to 30 feet deep in the two channels that feed it. The southern arm of the lake extends into an old box canyon that is embedded into the side of the hill and should have nice drop-offs. The northern arm has a gentler slope and should have good flats for fishing during the spawn. This is the familys favorite fishing spot that has been yielding trophy bass for years. Lastly, the river provides some great catfishing and sand bass action during the spring spawning runs.The deer hunting on the farm is outstanding as the wildlife also benefit from its productivity. The river itself is a natural corridor for the movement of wildlife and the thick timber along its edge provides an ideal sanctuary for deer. The large size of the farm and its neighboring properties means that there is very little hunting pressure in this area. The presence of winter forage crops and oak forest means that there is an abundant supply of green forage and acorns to sustain all types of wildlife. Deer, turkey, hogs, waterfowl, varmits and small game can all be hunted on the property. In addition to real estate, the Land Doctors also offer construction services. We can see multiple homesite where your dream home could be built safely overlooking the river bottom from the edge of 50 foot tall hillside above. Having built beautiful homes on other ranches, we have some great ideas in mind for this one. The farm is just waiting for your family to steward it for the next 60 years like the Coppedges have for the previous 60. Dont miss this opportunity to acquire an exclusive property packed with great natural resources capable of providing your family decades of productivity and fun.
$8,200,000  •  1,624 acres
The Ass Kickin’ Ranch is located in Hughes County, South Dakota along the riverbanks of the Missouri River 20 miles from Pierre, South Dakota. The farm is comprised of 1,624.81 acres m/l.
$2,300,000  •  1,351 acres
Pond Creek Ranch is a 590 acre ranch conveniently located an easy 100 miles from both Tulsa and Oklahoma City and 160 miles from Dallas. The ranch lays approximately 1 mile east of a paved county road, making for quick and easy access from any of the three metro areas. This property features approximately 280 acres of open pasture with the remaining 310 acres in wooded draws and scrub oak interface. The ranch has 120 feet of elevation change from the high point on the east boundary down to the deep draw exiting the ranch on the west side. The elevation change occurring across this central draw that runs the width of the property and has the bulk of the timber and scrub brush. The timber has been thinned in the past and now has intermixed regrowth of oak trees and small grassy openings. This area is ideal for deer management and hunting as it provides an ideal mixture of travel corridor, cover, water, browse and acorns. In fact, we placed a trail camera in this draw to collect photos of wildlife moving through it. A clear water, 2.5 acre lake complete with an ideal stump field sits on the eastern end of the draw and provides a plentiful source of water for cattle and wildlife. Another 1.25 acre pond surrounded by smartweed and persimmons with a nice ring of aquatic vegetation looks like the ideal place to fish, hunt ducks or maybe catch a buck coming to water. One mile of the intermittent Pond Creek and two small stock ponds round out the water resources of the ranch. The 280 acres of open pasture lies in two main areas and can be managed as three pastures with the existing cross fencing. The pastured areas have a nice class 3 type of sandy loam soil and have been used for hay meadow in the past. The fences are in decent shape but could use some work plus, the pastures need to be sprayed to bring them back to their former glory. In addition to the gravel county road frontage, there is also a gravel oil well access road that cuts across the southern end of the property. Lastly, the 484 acre Mineral Springs Ranch almost touches the southwest corner of Pond Creek Ranch and would be an ideal addition for someone looking for more pasture. If additional hunting opportunities are what you are seeking, then the 761 acre Wildcat Creek Ranch adjoins this property on the north and has a much higher percentage of wooded area. Speaking of Wildcat Creek Ranch, this property has 200 feet of elevation change as well as over half a mile of Wildcat Creek. In addition, there is a topographical bowl in the northeastern portion of the ranch that would accommodate a 30 acre lake that would be fed by Wildcat Creek. There is already a 1.2 acre pond existing in the southwest corner of the property. Much of this ranch is a mixture of timber and scrubby regrowth of small oaks intermixed with grassy meadows. The soils on this part of the ranch have a higher clay content and more exposed rock, as such, the growth is dense and the ground is rugged. A gravel county road lies on the west boundary of the ranch and an oil field access road runs along the southern border of the ranch.Taken together, these two ranches would provide 1351 acres with open areas for cattle, dense growth for wildlife and plenty of water for both. If you are looking for either type of ranch or a combination of the two, please call Chrissy at 765 220 2489 to discuss or set up a showing.
$1,369,800  •  761 acres
Wildcat Creek Ranch 761 acre ranch conveniently located an easy 100 miles from both Tulsa and Oklahoma City and 160 miles from Dallas. The ranch lays approximately 1 mile east of a paved county road, making for quick and easy access from any of the three metro areas. This property has 200 feet of elevation change as well as over half a mile of Wildcat Creek. In addition, there is a topographical bowl in the northeastern portion of the ranch that would accommodate a 30 acre lake that would be fed by Wildcat Creek. There is already a 1.2 acre pond existing in the southwest corner of the property. Much of this ranch is a mixture of timber and scrubby regrowth of small oaks intermixed with grassy meadows. The soils on this ranch have a higher clay content and more exposed rock than the Pond Creek Ranch that adjoins on the south border, as such, the growth is dense and the ground is rugged. A gravel county road lies on the west boundary of the ranch and an oil field access road runs along the southern border of the ranch.Pond Creek Ranch features approximately 280 acres of open pasture with the remaining 310 acres in wooded draws and scrub oak interface. The ranch has 120 feet of elevation change from the high point on the east boundary down to the deep draw exiting the ranch on the west side. The elevation change occurring across this central draw that runs the width of the property and has the bulk of the timber and scrub brush. The timber has been thinned in the past and now has intermixed regrowth of oak trees and small grassy openings. This area is ideal for deer management and hunting as it provides an ideal mixture of travel corridor, cover, water, browse and acorns. In fact, we placed a trail camera in this draw to collect photos of wildlife moving through it. A clear water, 2.5 acre lake complete with an ideal stump field sits on the eastern end of the draw and provides a plentiful source of water for cattle and wildlife. Another 1.25 acre pond surrounded by smartweed and persimmons with a nice ring of aquatic vegetation looks like the ideal place to fish, hunt ducks or maybe catch a buck coming to water. One mile of the intermittent Pond Creek and two small stock ponds round out the water resources of the ranch. The 280 acres of open pasture lies in two main areas and can be managed as three pastures with the existing cross fencing. The pastured areas have a nice class 3 type of sandy loam soil and have been used for hay meadow in the past. The fences are in decent shape but could use some work plus, the pastures need to be sprayed to bring them back to their former glory. In addition to the gravel county road frontage, there is also a gravel oil well access road that cuts across the southern end of the property. Lastly, the 484 acre Mineral Springs Ranch almost touches the southwest corner of Pond Creek Ranch and would be an ideal addition for someone looking for more pasture. Taken together, these two ranches would provide 1351 acres with open areas for cattle, dense growth for wildlife and plenty of water for both. If you are looking for either type of ranch or a combination of the two, please call Sean Childress at 580 320 5791 to discuss or set up a showing.
$1,200,000  •  590 acres
Pond Creek Ranch is a 590 acre ranch conveniently located an easy 100 miles from both Tulsa and Oklahoma City and 160 miles from Dallas. The ranch lays approximately 1 mile east of a paved county road, making for quick and easy access from any of the three metro areas. This property features approximately 280 acres of open pasture with the remaining 310 acres in wooded draws and scrub oak interface. The ranch has 120 feet of elevation change from the high point on the east boundary down to the deep draw exiting the ranch on the west side. The elevation change occurring across this central draw that runs the width of the property and has the bulk of the timber and scrub brush. The timber has been thinned in the past and now has intermixed regrowth of oak trees and small grassy openings. This area is ideal for deer management and hunting as it provides an ideal mixture of travel corridor, cover, water, browse and acorns. In fact, we placed a trail camera in this draw to collect photos of wildlife moving through it. A clear water, 2.5 acre lake complete with an ideal stump field sits on the eastern end of the draw and provides a plentiful source of water for cattle and wildlife. Another 1.25 acre pond surrounded by smartweed and persimmons with a nice ring of aquatic vegetation looks like the ideal place to fish, hunt ducks or maybe catch a buck coming to water. One mile of the intermittent Pond Creek and two small stock ponds round out the water resources of the ranch. The 280 acres of open pasture lies in two main areas and can be managed as three pastures with the existing cross fencing. The pastured areas have a nice class 3 type of sandy loam soil and have been used for hay meadow in the past. The fences are in decent shape but could use some work plus, the pastures need to be sprayed to bring them back to their former glory. In addition to the gravel county road frontage, there is also a gravel oil well access road that cuts across the southern end of the property. Lastly, the 484 acre Mineral Springs Ranch almost touches the southwest corner of Pond Creek Ranch and would be an ideal addition for someone looking for more pasture. If additional hunting opportunities are what you are seeking, then the 761 acre Wildcat Creek Ranch adjoins this property on the north and has a much higher percentage of wooded area. Speaking of Wildcat Creek Ranch, this property has 200 feet of elevation change as well as over half a mile of Wildcat Creek. In addition, there is a topographical bowl in the northeastern portion of the ranch that would accommodate a 30 acre lake that would be fed by Wildcat Creek. There is already a 1.2 acre pond existing in the southwest corner of the property. Much of this ranch is a mixture of timber and scrubby regrowth of small oaks intermixed with grassy meadows. The soils on this part of the ranch have a higher clay content and more exposed rock, as such, the growth is dense and the ground is rugged. A gravel county road lies on the west boundary of the ranch and an oil field access road runs along the southern border of the ranch.Taken together, these two ranches would provide 1351 acres with open areas for cattle, dense growth for wildlife and plenty of water for both. If you are looking for either type of ranch or a combination of the two, please call Chrissy at 765 220 2489 to discuss or set up a showing.
$871,200  •  484 acres
Mineral Springs Ranch is located just north of Gerty, OK. The Gerty area is known for an aquifer that supports springs and creeks in the area. Mineral Springs Ranch has three spring fed drainages. Two 3 acre lakes are located in one of these drainages. There are no visible springs flowing into the lakes but flow is visible along a rock lined creek flowing just below the lower lake dam. In addition, a spring feeds a beautiful sandstone creek in a long, deep drainage flowing in the northwest corner of the property. Perhaps the most interesting of the springs is in the southern portion of the ranch. Here you find an outcrop where the constant flow of heavily mineralized spring water has cut a small chute into the rock face. The water then flows into a rock bottomed pool below before flowing through a deep canyon filled with cattails. The contrast between the steep rocky slopes and cattails is striking as the two don't normally go together. The animal tracks in this drainage are extremely dense and it appears that the wildlife is drawn to this water source in particular. There are at least two other small springs and three additional small ponds on the property. Mineral Springs Ranch offers great fishing. A previous owner stocked the ponds with bass, crappie and catfish. It is not unusual to catch 30 to 40 bass on a good day. Deer hunting on the ranch is also exceptional due to the mixture of brushy bedding areas full of browse and mature oak trees supplying acorns in the fall. Multiple trophy bucks sporting 8 to 12 points and impressively wide spreads have been seen on the ranch. In addition to fishing and deer hunting, Mineral Springs Ranch also has the normal Oklahoma mix of predators, pigs and small game. For those interested in running some cattle, the ranch also has approximately 200 acres of open, cross-fenced pasture primarily on Clearview sandy loam soils. A hay barn and basic corral are also located centrally in the pasture. Electricity and rural water are on the property. There is minimal energy production activity with a number of small oil and gas wells on the property.Mineral Springs Ranch is a great combination hunting and cattle ranch in its current state. However, the property could truly shine with some additional work. There are multiple locations to build more lakes, one of particular interest is a potential 25 acre lake site in the northwest corner of the property on the spring fed creek. There are also some areas where small cedars could easily be managed with prescribed burning to improve both the pasture and forage base for wildlife. If you like lots of water, wildlife, nice views and naturally beautiful rock lined creeks then you really should call Chrissy Banks at 765 220 2489 to arrange a showing today.
$1,000,000  •  470 acres
Clear Lakes Ranch measures 470 acres and is located just southeast of Holdenville, OK, 90 miles from OKC and Tulsa and 190 miles from Dallas. The property has county road frontage on the southwest corner and along the eastern boundary. As the name implies, the main feature of the property are two clear water lakes; one is 9 acres and the other 4 acres in size. These two bodies of water have all the qualities that one looks for in a great fishing lake. Both have beautiful water and an irregular shoreline that includes coves, points, drop-offs and flats. Both have expansive stump fields and deep channels that connect to a large open pool of water near the dams. When you look at them, you just naturally think about bass and crappie fishing.The land itself is a great mixture of approximately half wooded and half open pasture. The ranch is covered with a blanket of oak trees on the hills and a scattering of large pecans in the bottoms near the open pasture areas. The high point of the ranch sits 100 feet above the lower lake and would be a great building site for someone who wanted to clear a few trees to improve the view of the lakes below. During filming, we saw plenty of deer sign and even spotted a quality buck running through an open meadow.Cindy Creek flows through this L shaped property, maintaining the water levels in the lakes and roughly splitting the ranch in half. With a large forested hill on the west side of the creek and a nice pastured flat on the east side, the ranch has a great diversity of elevations, slopes and settings. In addition, the open pasture has a thick growth of Bermuda grass that would support a nice sized herd of cattle. With that being said, the most exciting part of this ranch is the opportunity for hunting and fishing. Hughes County is known for its trophy deer hunting and this property fits the mold of the ideal creek bottom hunting situation that is so prevalent in the area. Wooded slopes and hills provide cover and acorns in the fall and winter while the creek bottoms provide browse and a pathway down to the South Canadian River Bottom located a little over 2 miles to the south. Couple that with two great looking lakes and we think this could be a recreational paradise for your family. The Land Doctors build structures on ranches that we sell and we can see plenty of great places to build a cabin, lodge, barndominium or house on this ranch. The presence of the two lakes and the ideal hunting conditions make this property a year round favorite for the people you care about. If you are looking for an awesome place to hunt, fish, and entertain friends and family, please give us a call to set up a showing.
Contact for Price  •  468.17 acres
Legal Description: 425.52+/- acres in Section 9-108-74 and 47.65+/- acres in Section 10- 108-74, Hughes County, SD, containing 468.17+/- acres Land Location: Hughes County, South Dakota – Point of Reference – West Bend State Recreational Area / 22167 Westbend Road, Harrold, South Dakota 57536 General Description: 468+/- acres of undisturbed South Dakota prairie that overlooks Lake Sharpe and has hilltops that rise over 300 feet providing a 360-degree view! There are multiple building/development sites on the property and options to create storage and commercial facilities to service the campers from the West Bend State Recreation Park – across the road. This is a very quiet, private property that has an excellent cabin that currently rents out as an Airbnb home. The income potential of this cabin is supported by high ratings from recent guests or can be kept for your private enjoyment. The property is thirty minutes from Pierre, SD, near the West Bend Recreation Area and thirty minutes from the Lode Star Casino. The cabin gives amazing insight to life on the prairie while providing modern comfort. Your nearest neighbors include herds of whitetail deer, mule deer and antelope, pheasants, quail, ducks, geese, doves, prairie dogs, and jackrabbits. The cabin is located in an outdoor recreational haven with some of the best hunting and fishing in the area. With rolling hills and forested ravines, this property is suited for deer hunts, but is surrounded by pheasant-heavy lands and can point you in the right direction for a great hunt. 2019 Taxes: $1,302.31 Seller/s: Harlan and Sharon KD Smith
$500,000  •  312 acres
Under Contract
Calvin Mountain Ranch is a wooded recreational ranch in Hughes County known for big changes in elevation, ranging from high timbered ridges to deep hollows/draws, with seasonal streams. The center of the property is the deepest hollow, surrounded by tall ridges to the East, South, and West. This deep hollow is a great location to build a 5-7 acre lake on the North side of the property. Most of the timber on this property is postoak, blackjack, and hickory.The East boundary is Highway 75, the majority of the South boundary is marked by a highly improved oilfield access road. The West and North boundaries have been cleared as part of the trail system. 4 wheeler trails also extend from the North to South boundaries to give access to the ridges and hollows/draws. An old well pad sits in the NW part that is used as a food plot, with a good road/trail. Located on the East side of this property is a camp house with an attached shop, and additional storage buildings. In addition to small water holes, this property also has a 1/2 acre pond that is stocked with bass.This ranch is located in an area with great whitetail genetics, as bucks over 150" come from this area every year. Being that this ranch is mostly wooded, you can clear and choose the exact locations that you want to build your food plots!Driving distances: 1 1/2 hours from OKC, 1 hr 45 mins from Tulsa, straight down hwy 75. 2 hrs 45 mins from Dallas straight up highway 75.
$550,000  •  235 acres
Property Details Name of Property: Hughes County 235 Status: Active Price Per Acre: $2,341 Acreage: 235 Acres m/l Location: Dustin5 miles, Henryette25 mi , McAlester35 Closest Town: Dustin, OK Access: County road Taxes: $630 -2019 tax year Topography: rolling meadows Improvements: Hay barn, equipment cover, storm cellur Home Sqft: 2,240 Bedrooms: 4 Baths: 2 Forage: Bermuda, fescue, native, clover, Capacity: 80-90 Water: Rural Water, pond in each trap. Wildlife: Deer, turkey, dove, squirrels, rabbits Utilities: Electric and rural water Comments - Beautiful Cattle Ranch with Native, Fescue, Dallas, and clover. - 4 bedroom 2 bath home, Hay barn and equipment overhead shed. - County Roads on 4 parcels, Good Fencing. - 80 cow capacity depending on management. - Exceptional water with 5 ponds and numerous pools along water ways. Precipitation Average Annual: 41.7in Number of Days with Precipitation: 78 Wettest Year: 76.93in (2015) Driest Year: 20.67in (1901) Greatest Daily Rainfall: 7.65in According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 815 square miles (2,110 km2), of which 805 square miles (2,080 km2) is land and 10 square miles (26 km2) (1.3%) is water. The county is located in the Sandstone Hills physiographic region. It is drained by the North Canadian River, Canadian River, and Little River.. The county includes Holdenville and Wetumka lakes.
$500,000  •  160 acres
Have you searched for years for the perfect homesite with a big hilltop view overlooking your own large lake? If thats your dream, wed like to welcome you to the Land Doctors latest listing, Lakeview Ranch. Lakeview Ranch is an exquisite property just a few miles North of Holdenville, Oklahoma. Located with approximately a half mile of frontage on Oklahoma State Highway 48, it sits conveniently just 181 miles from Dallas, 85 miles from Tulsa, and 84 miles from Oklahoma City.Lakeview Ranchs location and features make it a truly unique property not often seen on the open market. Nestled on the corner of E. 130 Road and Highway 48, this ranch offers the perfect combination of rural life, convenience and scenic views.This 160-acre property features a large watershed with approximately 27 total surface acres, with the majority of it lying within the boundaries of the property. The watershed, officially named Big Wewoka Creek Watershed Project Dam #36, is massive and offers something exceptional to those buyers who value and appreciate exquisite water features. In Oklahoma, watersheds like this are known well for producing trophy bass fishing year around and great duck hunting when in season. In addition to bass fishing and duck hunting, the white tail deer in Hughes County are some of the best in the state. When on the ranch at the beginning of November, the Land Doctors even saw two nice bucks as we entered onto the property.Lakeview Ranch also offers significant value for those interested in running cattle or horses. Aside from the lake, the property is a mixture of open pasture and wooded draws. The ranch has productive soils supporting a strong stand of grass capable of sustaining your livestock. It also has good fencing throughout. Plus, there are three additional small ponds that could provide cattle and horses adequate watering holes for much of the year. We see a lot of ranches and help some of our clients build their dream homes on the property we sell them. Based on that experience, we have a clear vision of how beautiful this property could be with the addition of your new home and the removal of two older structures that were part of the Barnes family homestead. Time and time again, weve seen that Oklahomas farm families had a good eye for building spots and in this case, we were drawn to the same building spot that the family picked decades ago because of the big view it provides of the ranch. Also, there are an additional 76 MOL acres directly East of the Ranch and across Highway 48 currently available for sale by the same family. This parcel with its wooded creek and large lake would be a great addition if you wanted more water, grazing and recreational land than the 160 acres offers. If youre looking for a property with remarkable water features and a place friends and family will want to come back to again and again, then Lakeview Ranch is the place for you.
$280,000  •  160 acres
Rice Ranch is located near Gerty, OK which is a 100 mile drive from either OKC or Tulsa and about 150 miles from the Dallas Metro. It also corners with Camp Walk on Water, which is a Christian Youth Camp. Located on a section corner, this 160 acre ranch has a full mile of road frontage. The property is half open and half wooded. The open portions of the ranch have sandy loam soils ideal for pasture while the wooded portions have rocky soils better suited for recreational uses. Brush was cleared from the pastured portion of the ranch and a dense growth of bermuda grass has been established. The pasture was not weed sprayed last year and a few brush piles need to be burned, but other than that, the 80 acre pastured portion of the ranch is ready for livestock. Rice Ranch also has a nice entry and good fences. Two small ponds provide water for livestock and wildlife. The larger of the two ponds can easily be expanded by repairing an eroded spot on the dam. The eastern half of the property consists of a wooded draw that drops 80 feet as it runs to the north. This draw is flanked by a growth of oaks and the drainage features a wet weather creek that runs over moss covered boulders. Multiple rubs and scrapes ring the edge of the woods. Trails through the woods and isolated openings would be ideal for feeders and small food plots. A trail camera has been placed on the property and updated wildlife photos will be added to the Land Doctors website as we get them.Electricity and water are available on the property at an old homesite near the southwest corner of the property. This part of the ranch is only a 1 mile drive from State Highway 75. If you are looking for a great combination ranch where you can raise livestock, hunt and maybe even build a new house, then Rice Ranch may be the one for you.
$360,000  •  159 acres
Sand Springs Ranch is a beautiful 159 acre property located in Hughes County, Oklahoma. A deceptively complex property, the Ranch is located approximately an hour and forty minutes from either Oklahoma City or Tulsa or just a shade under three hours if traveling to or from Dallas. At first blush, Sand Springs appears to be a beautiful but somewhat typical Oklahoma pasture property aside from the slight but noticeable elevation changes you'll see on the southern end of the property. There are a mixture of soils on the ranch, including Kamie and Stidham soils which are great multiuse soils for both farming as well as grazing depending on your preference. As you enter the property on the north of a well-maintained gravel road, you're greeted by a small house facing the beautiful fields to the south. This mobile home could be used as temporary quarters while you await the construction of a new house on the property, a guest house or farmhand's quarters. As you head south of the home, you enter the lower acreage of the property which is divided by a thick line of trees. As you begin to explore at what appears at first glance to be just an ordinary creek, you'll find that instead a winding passages that reveal this property's hidden gem: A natural spring bubbling through the property, providing a constant flow of fresh, clean, natural water. Fresh springs are truly a treasured commodity on any piece of land nowadays and with the crystal clear water constantly flowing through this area at approximately 50 gallons per minute or as much as 25,000,000 gallons per year it's easy to see the possibilities that this feature presents. If the next owner wanted, a dam could be built across the draw creating a lake or large river-like area on the property filled with a everlasting supply of fresh water from below. Others might decide to keep the natural beauty of this area intact and selectively dam or just the leave it as it's been for hundreds of years.This area surprised us when we first explored it---from the beauty of the creek walls to the running water, it almost seemed like we were on another property altogether. These grounds could be an absolute hunting paradise with the clear signs of deer movement in the area and the constant water source that begs in wildlife living not only on this property but the adjacent properties to the west and south. This area presents a dream scenario for an outdoorsman, with great spots for stands literally every ten feet.Once you come up and out of the creekbed on the south, you're greeted by two large clearings that are split by a line of trees. These areas are mainly grassy but would be a great area for planting forage or grazing and would also be ideal for hunting usage as wildlife enters and exits from the treeline of the springs below. As the property lies, it's clear that as a functional ranch, Sand Springs would be most productive in the upper pastures that make up the 159 acres' L-shape.With nearby access to I-75, Sand Springs Ranch offers that rare opportunity to purchase a ranch that's ready to work, complete with a home and fantastic possibilities for agricultural production but also offers the unique and rare feature of your own personal supply of clean, fresh spring water. Combine that with the bucks that Hughes County has been known to produce and you've got the whole package. For more information, contact Eric Lynch at 405 664 6491.
$176,000  •  80 acres
Under Contract
Longbow Ranch is an 80 acre property located approximately 6 miles east of Wetumka, Oklahoma. The property runs East to west, with the western side of the property featuring a large, grassy area as you enter that leads to a series of trails that curve and twist throughout the denser sections of the woods that blanket the property.The property itself runs 1/2 mile by 1/4 mile and features easy access from the road, but as soon as you begin to go a little deeper into the property, you'll feel miles away. A hunter's paradise, this ranch has been leased in the past and has produced fantastic bucks in addition to plentiful turkey and the occasional wild hog. Because of the somewhat open features of surrounding properties, in addition to the nearby North Canadian River, outdoorsman on the property have reported massive amounts of deer traffic, particularly before and during the rut itself.With over 70% of the property wooded, there are limitless opportunities to pick your favorite spot with a good vantage point and just wait on the big boys to come strolling in. The woods themselves are a mixture of hardwoods and thicker, younger dense timber-giving the weekend hunter quick and easy options for the style of hunt they're looking for, regardless of game.There are several buggy trails that run through the property that have grown up during the summer months but are still easily accessible. Likewise, these trails allow you to access portions of the property that feature some rolling elevation changes as well as two small ponds on the property, one of which is a common watering hole for wildlife on the ranch. There's also as wet weather stream that runs through a portion of the land, providing even more water to game during rainy periods.The incredible hunting opportunities on the property, combined with over 30% of the ranch open and ready for either forage planting or even possibly a homesite or cabin make Longbow Ranch a rare opportunity for someone looking for a property near the OKC metro but far enough away to find the kind of peace only this type of ranch offers. For more info, call Lindsay Maas at (918) 521-7050, check out this and all of our other beautiful properties.