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$18,838,215  •  6,848.26 acres
To schedule a showing or for more information contact John Wildin, Broker|Partner, Hall and Hall, at 620-474-0533. The Drummond South Ranch, with over 8,418.01 acres in total under fence with a mix of 6,848.26± deeded acres and the balance of land leased from various neighbors, is now offered for sale after being owned by the same family for nearly 100 years. Frederick Drummond operated the ranch for nearly 50 years, eventually passing it along to his children. This scenic working cattle ranch is located nearly 20 miles northwest of Tulsa on a direct line, sits right above Keystone Lake, and is around three miles southwest of Skiatook Lake. One can see downtown Tulsa from several of the high points on the ranch. This ranch is made up of the rolling hills covered with the typical species of native tall grasses, in addition to the abundant stands of trees that dominate this sector of the Cross Timbers ecoregion. Numerous draws run throughout the ranch. Several of those draws at times can have water backed up in them from Keystone Lake during periods of high flows from the Arkansas River that feeds Keystone Lake. The ranch has been operated over the last 100 years by the same family as a working cattle ranch, and was typically running around 600 head of mother cows and calves annually. However, the general location of this Drummond South Ranch, with its proximity to Keystone and Skiatook Lakes, and the short drive to the Tulsa Metroplex, it’s become obvious that this land is moving in a transitional path that looks to be headed way beyond cattle ranching. This large landholding is nearly impossible to duplicate because of its unmatched location. The incredible proximity to Tulsa, Keystone Lake, and Skiatook Lake are just a few of the high points. The rolling hills of tall grass, the timbered areas full of blackjack and post oak trees, and the deep draws are home to an assorted wildlife population. The views from various high points on the ranch are stunning. The Facts: ~ 8,418± acres in total ~ 6,848± acres deeded land ~ 1,569± acres leased (multiple landowners) ~ 355± acres in joint ownership ~ 30-minute drive northwest of Tulsa, Oklahoma ~ Owned and operated by the same family over 100 years ~ Stunning scenery with rolling hills and deep draws with ponds fed by flowing creeks ~ Native tallgrass species interspersed with numerous hardwood tree stands ~ Excellent whitetail deer hunting, along with turkey, wild hogs, quail, and waterfowl ~ Very good fishing with over 45 ponds on the deeded land ~ Overlooks Keystone Lake and is just three miles southwest of Skiatook Lake ~ Located in Osage County, Oklahoma, the largest by area county in Oklahoma ~ Nearby communities of Hominy, six miles to the north and Cleveland three miles to the west ~ Osage County is home to the Osage Indian Tribe ~ Typically operated with around 600 cow/calf pairs annually ~ Average annual precipitation is 44 inches ~ Average number of days of sunshine is 234 ~ Elevations run from around 730 feet up to 1,010 feet ~ Average growing season will last up to 210 days
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$16,000,000  •  6,332 acres
$21,000,000
Bill E. Newman Real Estate LLC and Cruikshank Realty, Inc. are excited to be marketing the 6332 Acre Fry Irrigated Farm in Cimarron County, OK.
$8,895,000  •  5,474.58 acres
Are you looking to own a place where the buffalo roamed? Red Rock Ranch has rolling hills and grasslands that would be perfect for your vision of a first-class cattle ranch or hunting/recreational property. Water is plentiful on Red Rock with 20 ponds/water holes and 8 water wells! This ranch is set up perfectly for those wanting a recreational property with deep canyons filled with cover that come together and make great travel corridors for the wildlife. The grasslands and water are well suited to raising a large cattle herd. The cross-fencing allows you to move cattle from pasture to pasture to allow certain parts of the ranch to rest and allow the grass to rejuvenate as well as provide a sanctuary for wildlife at times during the year. With the cross fencing in place, the seller will also consider subdividing the property to better fit your budget and criteria. Not a single public road dissects this ranch; however, numerous oil/gas lease roads traverse the landscape providing fantastic accessibility to all parts of the property. Accessibility to the ranch is fantastic as it is asphalt from the south with an asphalt road on the south and west side property and gravel on the east. According to OWRB, Beckham County RWD #3 has a water line that runs along the south and west border of the property. Electricity also runs along the south and west border. This fantastic property is located only 8 miles north of Elk City and 120 miles west of Oklahoma City. Call Butch Hensley today at 405-650-5579 to schedule your showing of Red Rock Ranch.
$7,900,000  •  4,964 acres
Situated near Selman, Oklahoma lies this impressive ranch in Harper County. Covering 4,964+/- acres of rolling grasslands, Sagebrush, and dense plum thickets, this property leads down to an abundance of water in the sand creek creek bottoms, full of thick brush and trees. The gyp bluffs overlooking these scenic bottoms, add to the charm of this area. What makes this property truly unique is its uncommonly rich water resources, which is a standout feature in this part of the country. This acreage also has a track record of hosting mature Whitetail bucks and offers plenty of space to run the bird dogs hunting quail and chasing those wild turkeys come spring. The ranch's wildlife habitat is exceptional, catering to a range of species. Beyond its natural beauty, the land is versatile. It's ideal for running a substantial cattle herd, thanks to its lush grasslands and access to this abundance of fresh water from Sand Creek that winds thru the entirety of this ranch. This property is available as a whole or divided into three separate tracks. Each section has its own perks, such as it's water resources, prime grazing land, and excellent hunting habitat. Don't miss this opportunity to own one of Harper County's finest ranches, featuring diverse offerings, stunning landscapes, and it's versatile potential. Excellent Hunting Fishing Grazing 2hr 45min. Wichita, KS 2hr 45min. Oklahoma city, OK 3hr 20min. Amarillo, TX
$7,500,000  •  4,892 acres
Encompassing 4,892± acres along the Kansas/Oklahoma border, the Wallahachie Ranch hosts Kansas genetics of impressive whitetail and mule deer and a variety of high-protein native browse, fostering an optimal habitat while ensuring balanced water distribution across the ranch. Home to some of the nation’s largest native whitetail deer, the ranch has been showcased on prominent deer hunting shows like Buck Ventures Outdoors and Major League Bowhunter. Wallahachie Ranch exemplifies the quintessential elements for exceptional deer hunting. It boasts time-tested sizeable whitetail genetics, nourishing high-protein native browse alongside supplementary feeding, consistent water distribution, expansive and lightly hunted neighboring ranches, and a harmonious cover that enhances the likelihood of a significantly mature buck population. The tower blind locations, tree stands, and enormous grain bin feeders all help to maximize the hunting opportunities. More trophy free-range whitetails have been regularly taken on the Wallahachie than most hunters see in a lifetime of hunting. THE FACTS: ~ 4,892± acres, all contiguous, straddling the Oklahoma/Kansas border ~ 2,100± acres in Kansas ~ 2,792± acres in Oklahoma ~ Approximately three hours and fifteen minutes northwest of Oklahoma City ~ Approximately three hours southwest of Wichita, Kansas ~ Approximately 110 total acres in cultivation, including 70± acres under pivot, balance in native grasses ~ One and a half miles of frontage on Crooked creek, a half mile north of the Cimarron River ~ Some of the nation’s largest scoring native whitetail deer ~ Kansas genetics for large whitetail and access to Oklahoma tags ~ Robust population of turkey, mule deer, dove, and bobwhite quail ~ Average 170” B&C whitetail ~ Three 4,000-pound crush feeders ~ Seven 1,000-pound ASF broadcast feeders ~ One 24,000-pound bulk feeder ~ One 60,000-pound corn storage bin ~ Fourteen box blinds for hunting ~ Seven solar powered water troughs throughout the ranch for wildlife or livestock ~ Road frontage and access on both Oklahoma and Kansas sides ~ Electricity and water on site ~ 65’ x 100’ metal building with rudimentary living quarters ~ 60’ x 50’ equipment barn ~ Minimal oil and gas activity ~ Large acreage ranching neighbors Please note: John Wildin is licensed in Kansas and Brett Grier is licensed in Oklahoma
$15,800,000  •  3,627.68 acres
Great combination ranch for sale in Duncan, OK. high Fence Hunting Ranch, Farm, and Cattle Ranch. Headquarters building, barns, multiple cabins and living quarters.
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$4,970,000  •  2,800 acres
Southeast Oklahoma’s Premier Conservation Property For Sale Catcher Ranch is a unique blend of regenerative ranching coupled with a full suite of recreation opportunities located near McAlester, Oklahoma, directly offsetting the famed McAlester Army Ammunition Plant in the heart of Pittsburg County (Trophy Whitetail Hunters know the McAAP). This Southeast Oklahoma property is a quick 2.5-hour drive from Dallas, 2 hours from Oklahoma City, and 1.45 from Tulsa. Holistic Grazing with Wildlife Management Program INVEST IN OKLAHOMA BUY LAND. This Oklahoma investment property boasts the opportunity to own 2,800 acres with immense natural beauty and diversity. The dramatic topography of Catcher Ranch hosts panoramic views with miles of visibility across the tallgrass prairies and mixed hardwood bottoms. Ideal for holistic cattle or bison production, the nutrient-rich native prairie grasses comprise 1,400± acres with boundary and cross-fencing that enable adaptive multi-paddock grazing. Adjacent to McAAP, Catcher Ranch continues to produce trophy-quality Whitetail deer and has been managed under an archery-only program to enhance the native free-range genetics that call this ranch home. Abundant Water on this Southeast Oklahoma Ranch Two live water creeks and more than 50 stock tanks create abundant and reliable water sources supporting both cattle and diverse wildlife populations. Catcher Ranch has three water wells, 4 ± miles of Coal Creek, 2 ± miles of Coon Creek, and several ponds over 2-acres stocked with largemouth bass. Accessible Pittsburg County Ranch Includes Barns & Grazing Pastures Hunters and ranchers alike will enjoy the improvements of this Pittsburg County property. A 40’ x 60’ concrete floor barn makes for a blank slate of opportunities from barndominium to calving structure. An additional 30’ x 70’ dirt floor barn, 12 fenced pastures for rotational grazing, four strategically located sorting pens, a 12-volt cattle scale, and a 40-ton grain silo rounds provide ample amenities for ranching. The ranch is accessible from multiple points along the 5.5 miles of N3910 Road frontage and has an extensive network of established roads and trails. World-Class Hunting on Ranch Near McAAP McAlester Oklahoma Since 1989 McAAP has implemented Oklahoma limited lottery drawn hunts on the 45,000 acres with traditional archery equipment. The 0.5-mile proximity to McAAP has had a tremendous effect on the quality of the local deer herd at Catcher Ranch. Along with Whitetail deer, hunters can take advantage of seasonal hunting of turkey, dove, duck, quail, hog, and varmints throughout the year. Waterfowl hunting and fishing opportunities are readily available. High-Value Stewardship Endowment & Building Envelopes The majority of Catcher Ranch is under a conservation easement to protect the natural resource values of the ranch; however, two thoughtful building envelopes have been established along with a unique source of long-term funding provided for by a stewardship endowment. This endowment, or trust, conveys with the sale of the Ranch and provides annual funding in perpetuity to enhance the conservation values of the ranch through invasive weed control, prescribed fire, feral hog management, and even infrastructure improvements to roads as well as fences. Conservationist Land Investment Opportunity in Oklahoma Catcher Ranch is a rare opportunity for conservationist land investors. This 2,800-acre property in Southeast Oklahoma offers regenerative ranching, diverse wildlife populations, and stunning natural landscapes. With a conservation easement and stewardship endowment, your investment contributes to ongoing environmental preservation. By investing in Catcher Ranch, you'll not only enjoy the benefits of this unique property but also leave a lasting positive impact on the environment for future generations to appreciate. NOTE: New property video coming soon! Request Information About Pittsburg County OK Ranch for Sale For more information or to schedule a private tour of this exceptional Southeastern Oklahoma Ranch for sale near McAlester, email Ben Jackson, Land Specialist, and Ranch Broker at ben@ or call or text at 903-941-3390.
$6,800,000  •  2,720 acres
Introducing this sprawling 2,720-acre Luna y Estrella’s Ranch in Snyder, Oklahoma, a true gem in the heart of nature's beauty. Nestled within this vast expanse of land, you'll discover multiple ponds, offering tranquil water features that enhance the property's charm. A 3.5 mile wet-weather creek, Coffin Creek, adds to the allure as it gracefully winds through the ranch, providing a natural and picturesque landscape. For those with agricultural pursuits in mind, this ranch comes equipped with essential infrastructure. A well-maintained barn includes a working chute and sorting pens, making it perfect for cattle operations. There's also a convenient roundpen and a bullwagon load-out, enhancing the functionality of the property. The barn features a tackroom, providing ample storage for equipment and supplies. Additionally, a commodity barn is available, catering to various agricultural needs. Currently utilized as a feedlot business operation, this property offers great potential for a wide range of agricultural activities. Whether you're looking to continue the feedlot operation or explore other farming endeavors, the possibilities are abundant. A unique feature of this property is the 2-bedroom, 2-bath unfinished barndominium, offering a comfortable 2,000 sq ft living space and 850 sq ft of front porch amidst the vast land. With a bit of customization, this space can be transformed into a cozy homestead. Furthermore, a portion of the land has been utilized for no-till drilling in triticale, showcasing its versatility for crop cultivation. For those interested in renewable energy, wind rights are available and can be conveyed with a signed contract. Construction for wind turbines could commence within the next 24 months, opening up an additional revenue stream for the savvy investor. Don't miss the opportunity to own this remarkable 2,720-acre ranch in Snyder, Oklahoma. Whether you're pursuing agricultural ventures or simply seeking a peaceful retreat, this property offers the space and potential to realize your dreams.
$12,500,000  •  2,000 acres
Bear Mountain Ranch Description: Bear Mountain Ranch is a one-of-a-kind property. Tucked away in the San Bois Mountains in South Eastern Oklahoma, the property spreads over 2,000+/- acres of rolling land (additional land available upon inquiry). While feeling secluded away in the forest, there is no shortage of luxury here. The custom-built lodging adds a sense of refinement to Bear Mountain Ranch, but the true magnificence comes from the land itself. 2,000 +/- acres of tremendous versatility. Comprised of mountains, creeks, lakes, food plots and sunflower fields, the land provides it all. The 2,000+/- acres are all under high fence, which was carefully designed for wildlife purposes. Location: Located near Wilburton, Oklahoma, Bear Mountain Ranch rolls over the San Bois Mountains. Wilburton has a private airport, making Bear Mountain Ranch the perfect escape destination. However, flying isn't the only way to visit Bear Mountain Ranch - it is just a three hour drive from Dallas, Texas. Homes: The main home was completed in 2019 and spans 13,500 +/- sqft. The beautiful 13 bedroom / 13 bath establishment is perfectly positioned to overlook a 30 +/- acre lake. On the lake is a custom boat-house, accompanied with a boat slip. The main residence was designed to entertain and has an abundance of space to do so. When cooking for large parties, one can do so from the comfort of the indoors in the open kitchen floor-plan. The modern kitchen contains a walk-in pantry, marble countertops, Whirlpool appliances complete with 2 fridges, double gas stovetop, and 2 ovens. The kitchen opens to the living area with plenty of room for all of the family and friends. Here you can sit by the fireplace and look out onto the back patio and lake. Out on the patio, one can enjoy the fresh-air and lake views in the outdoor grilling area. Multiple bedrooms and living spaces fill the two-story home. There are 8 bedrooms on the first floor, two of which are the masters, and 5 bedrooms upstairs. Each bedroom has its own private bathroom attached. In addition to the downstairs living area, there are two areas upstairs that are currently being used as living and game rooms. Additional rooms in the house include 2 laundry rooms, mud room, linen room, safe room, and a tornado shelter. Attached is a four-car garage and storage unit. There are two other homes on the property. The Foreman's Home, built in 2018, is 2,000 +/- sqft., and has 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. The Guest House, also built in 2018, and is 2,800 +/- sqft. It has 5 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, a laundry and mudroom. Attached to the two structures is a private garage, with oversized walk-in cooler and cleaning station. Habitat & Topography: The property has approximately 800' of elevation change which varies. Bear Mountain Ranch has tremendous versatility. From mountains, creeks, and ponds, rocky terrain to sunflower fields - the land provides it all. 2,000+/- of the acres are under high fence that was carefully designed for game purposes. From 800' above sea level to 1400'. The ranch has seven different distinct ridgelines that transverse across the property. The majority of the soils are comprised of various associations and complexes that lend themselves well towards pasture, range, woodland, and wildlife use. Water: In addition to the 30+/- acre feature lake, the property has an abundance of water sources. Inside of the high fence, 20 ponds and stock tanks of various sizes can be found. Between the various sources, the property holds water year-round and gets an average of 50 inches of rainfall per year. It should be noted that the run-off from the rain is so strong, the man-made 35 ft. deep lake was filled in just one summer. Fishing + Wildlife: Bear Mountain Ranch is the ultimate experience for the outdoorsman. Fishing and hunting opportunities are abundant. The lake is stocked with Tiger Bass, Bluegill, Red Ear Perch, and Catfish. There is no shortage of wildlife. Whitetail Deer, Elk, Turkey, Aoudad, Hogs, and the occasional Black Bear habitat the land. To promote their vitality, there are 22 food plots located throughout the property, with various stands and feeders placed accordingly. Three different pastures have also been implemented to organize game. The "Trophy Pasture" encloses 230+/- acres, the "Pig Pasture" utilizes 40 +/- acres, and the "Release Pasture" is 27 +/- acres. Bear Mountain Ranch is truly a recreational haven like no other. There are endless opportunities to create memories. One of our favorites is sitting on the patio overlooking the lake, as you watch the sun go down over the mountains and see deer and elk come out at dusk to graze. Bear Mountain Ranch encompasses a blend between some of the best features of Texas and Colorado, but is located only a short 3 hour drive north of Dallas, in Oklahoma. Additional Notes: There is one active gas well. A 100' x 60' shop is located on the property. Contact broker for price and additional information. ="ltr">
$2,889,000  •  1,926 acres
The Sand Creek South Ranch offers approximately 1,926 acres, layed out as the name implies in the southern portion of the original ranch. Situated near Selman, Oklahoma lies this impressive ranch in Harper County. The original Sand Creek Ranch covers 4,964+/- acres of rolling grasslands, Sagebrush, and dense plum thickets, this property leads down to an abundance of water in the sand creek creek bottoms, full of thick brush and trees. The gyp bluffs overlooking these scenic bottoms, add to the charm of this area. What makes this property truly unique is its uncommonly rich water resources, which is a standout feature in this part of the country. This acreage also has a track record of hosting mature Whitetail bucks and offers plenty of space to run the bird dogs hunting quail and chasing those wild turkeys come spring. The ranch's wildlife habitat is exceptional, catering to a range of species. Beyond its natural beauty, the land is versatile. It's ideal for running a substantial cattle herd, thanks to its lush grasslands and access to this abundance of fresh water from Sand Creek that winds thru the entirety of this ranch. This property is available as a whole or divided into three separate tracks. Each section has its own perks, such as it's water resources, prime grazing land, and excellent hunting habitat. Don't miss this opportunity to own one of Harper County's finest ranches, featuring diverse offerings, stunning landscapes, and it's versatile potential. Excellent Hunting Fishing Grazing 2hr 45min. Wichita, KS 2hr 45min. Oklahoma city, OK 3hr 20min. Amarillo, TX
$2,640,000  •  1,760 acres
The Sand Creek NW Ranch offers approximately 1,760 acres, layed out as the name implies in the northwest portion of the original ranch. Situated near Selman, Oklahoma lies this impressive ranch in Harper County. The original Sand Creek Ranch covers 4,964+/- acres of rolling grasslands, Sagebrush, and dense plum thickets, this property leads down to an abundance of water in the sand creek creek bottoms, full of thick brush and trees. The gyp bluffs overlooking these scenic bottoms, add to the charm of this area. What makes this property truly unique is its uncommonly rich water resources, which is a standout feature in this part of the country. This acreage also has a track record of hosting mature Whitetail bucks and offers plenty of space to run the bird dogs hunting quail and chasing those wild turkeys come spring. The ranch's wildlife habitat is exceptional, catering to a range of species. Beyond its natural beauty, the land is versatile. It's ideal for running a substantial cattle herd, thanks to its lush grasslands and access to this abundance of fresh water from Sand Creek that winds thru the entirety of this ranch. This property is available as a whole or divided into three separate tracks. Each section has its own perks, such as it's water resources, prime grazing land, and excellent hunting habitat. Don't miss this opportunity to own one of Harper County's finest ranches, featuring diverse offerings, stunning landscapes, and it's versatile potential. Excellent Hunting Fishing Grazing 2hr 45min. Wichita, KS 2hr 45min. Oklahoma city, OK 3hr 20min. Amarillo, TX
$2,556,000  •  1,278 acres
The Sand Creek NE Ranch offers approximately 1,278 acres, layed out as the name implies in the northeast portion of the original ranch. Situated near Selman, Oklahoma lies this impressive ranch in Harper County. The original Sand Creek Ranch covers 4,964+/- acres of rolling grasslands, Sagebrush, and dense plum thickets, this property leads down to an abundance of water in the sand creek creek bottoms, full of thick brush and trees. The gyp bluffs overlooking these scenic bottoms, add to the charm of this area. What makes this property truly unique is its uncommonly rich water resources, which is a standout feature in this part of the country. This acreage also has a track record of hosting mature Whitetail bucks and offers plenty of space to run the bird dogs hunting quail and chasing those wild turkeys come spring. The ranch's wildlife habitat is exceptional, catering to a range of species. Beyond its natural beauty, this land is versatile. It's ideal for running a substantial cattle herd, thanks to its lush grasslands and access to this abundance of fresh water from Sand Creek that winds thru the entirety of this ranch. This property is available as a whole or divided into three separate tracks. Each section has its own perks, such as it's water resources, prime grazing land, and excellent hunting habitat. Don't miss this opportunity to own one of Harper County's finest ranches, featuring diverse offerings, stunning landscapes, and it's versatile potential. Excellent Hunting Fishing Grazing 2hr 45min. Wichita, KS 2hr 45min. Oklahoma city, OK 3hr 20min. Amarillo, TX
$1,960,000  •  1,120 acres
Offering a 1120-acre ranch in the beautiful northeast Harper County, Oklahoma, this property boasts stunning views of the Cimarron River and is a fantastic opportunity for the outdoorsman. The property's location sets just 5.5 miles off the Kansas line and 1 mile west of the Cimarron River. This area in general is known for and has been managed to produce big whitetail deer. With roughly 151 acres of farm ground, 49 acres of enrolled CRP (Conservation Reserve Program) program, and the rest consisting of pasture and big terrain, this ranch provides a diverse landscape that can cater to various interests. The farm ground can be utilized for agricultural activities and pulling wildlife from surrounding areas, while the CRP land promotes conservation and wildlife habitat. The remaining pasture and big terrain offers plenty of space and opportunities for recreational activities as well as running your cattle herd. While minerals are not included in the sale, it's mentioned that negotiations are possible. This allows potential buyers to explore the possibility of acquiring mineral rights along with the property. The old Homestead on-site, despite needing some TLC and renovations, presents an exciting opportunity to create a unique hunting camp or a rustic getaway. Renovating the Homestead can add charm and character to the property, making it an even more attractive destination for outdoor enthusiasts. There are two existing agriculture leases on the property that will expire the last day of Febuary 2026, within the lease agreements are options that can be discussed at the time of inquiry. Overall, this 1120-acre ranch in northeast Harper County, Oklahoma, offers a diverse landscape, views of the Cimarron River, and a potential for various outdoor activities. It is an exceptional opportunity for those seeking a ranching lifestyle, recreational pursuits, or a peaceful retreat surrounded by natural beauty! Check Map for 360 viewing. 3 miles North of Highway 64 15 miles to Buffalo, OK 45 miles to Alva, OK 25 miles to Protection, KS 90 miles to Dodge City, KS 160 miles to Wichita, KS 175 miles to Oklahoma City, OK 210 miles to Amarillo, TX
$3,514,500  •  990 acres
This cattle and hunting ranch also has good hay production. The ranch is approximately 50% beautiful trees and 50% open meadows. The very nice house sits on the highest part of the ranch and overlooks the entire property. With large metal corrals and extensive connecting lanes, handling cattle is as easy as it gets.
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$9,950,000  •  800 acres
An 800± deeded acre detail-oriented property with vistas and quality improvements. A wildlife sanctuary with productive hay fields, food plots, and significant water resources. Water frontage on Roland Lake, a flowing natural spring, and a private, ten-acre lake. Comprehensive horse facilities and multiple necessary outbuildings.
$2,800,000  •  784.04 acres
Located only 15 minutes north of McAlester is 784+/- acres of prime hunting and recreational land. This property has a good stand of hardwoods, elevation changes, and numerous water features. Whitetail deer, ducks, and wild hogs can routinely be seen on the property as evidenced by the numerous tracks. A good road and trail system traverses the property navigating to nearly every part of the ranch; however, several locations have been left untouched making great bedding locations. There are also two larger ponds and two smaller ponds on the property. With some dirt work, dams could be built across the numerous creeks and drainages creating additional ponds and benefitting the wildlife even further. There are three food plot locations currently in place, but there are several other prime locations available to provide additional forage for the deer. The main home is a 2 bedroom, 4 bathroom, 4,000+/- sqft log home with many custom features and large living areas. A 1 bed 1 bath apartment is also located above the detached garage near the main home. There is also a guest house located on the property that provides another 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. Lastly, a 4,000+/- sqft office sits on the property. This office would make an absolutely ideal space to turn into a hunting lodge with numerous bedrooms, bathrooms, gaming and recreational areas, etc. This property has tremendous potential for the outdoor enthusiast, especially one with a large family or hunting operation in mind to maximize the full potential of the property and its improvements. To schedule your private showing of this marvelous property, please give Jacob Rice a call at 405-229-6835. When purchasing a property listed by Great Plains Land Company, a Buyer's Broker, if applicable, must be identified on first contact and must be present at the initial showing of the property to participate in a real estate commission. If these conditions are not met, compensation, if any, will be at the sole discretion of Great Plains Land Company.
$4,543,500  •  693 acres
This working cattle ranch is set up for a great calf stocker program or cow/calf operation. The property has been fenced and cross fenced, with covered working pens, a working chute, and feed bunks for easy access to feed cattle. The pastures all have ponds and Little Sallisaw Creek runs through the south side of the property. $4,543,500.
$2,952,432  •  678 acres
For More Questions or to schedule a showing please contact Brett Grier, Broker|Partner, Hall and Hall, LLP at 817-357-7347. Davis Farm is located in Hughes County and is 68 miles southeast of Oklahoma City. The ranch is comprised of 678± deeded acres in the Little River valley of east central Oklahoma. The property is accessed by all-weather county roads and developed with a remodeled three-bedroom, two-bathroom farmhouse. The home is positioned centrally overlooking most of the ranch and is suitable for a modest homestead or could be utilized for secondary housing. The well-maintained improvements include three irrigation pivots, livestock scales, an equipment shop, a hay barn, tool shop, two overhead feed bins, a 3,500-bushel silo, and pole barn for covered parking. The entire perimeter is fenced, and multiple cross-fences partition the ranch into six different pastures for rotating livestock. Significant water features include frontage on the Little River, two creeks, and ten ponds. The fertile bottomland provides primarily class one and class two soils with few limitations to growing crops and native grasses. Currently, the property is being utilized as a working cattle ranch and irrigated hay farm with water rights to the Little River and creek. The stocking rate is approximately 250-300 animal units, and hay production generates approximately 2,100 square bales and 1,500 round bales per year. Domestic water is provided by a co-op water meter to the house and barns, and a domestic well supplies seven water troughs. There is heavy cover along the creeks and the ridgeline that protects the north boundary of the ranch entering the valley. These areas provide excellent habitat and support a good population of whitetail deer, turkey, dove, duck, and geese. No reservations are being made on minerals or wind rights. The seller-owned farm equipment is not included in the sale of the ranch but may be negotiable with a purchase agreement. The Facts 678± deeded acres with improvements Three bedrooms, two bathrooms, 2,300± square foot ranch house Improvements include commercial livestock scales, covered equipment parking, a workshop, a hay barn, and a garage Three irrigation pivots producing one inch of water in 23 hours 62± acre irrigated alfalfa field, 60± acre irrigated Bermuda grass field, 50± acre irrigated field cultivated and planted in wheat Approximately 1,500 round bales per year (900-1,000lbs) and approximately 2,100 square bales per year Approximate carrying capacity of 250-300 AU in addition to the hay production Six pastures with gates and alleys for rotating cattle 30-ton and 20-ton overhead bins with a 3,500-bushel grain silo Co-op water to the homestead and improvements Seven livestock troughs supplied by well water Water rights on the Little River and Lake Creek for irrigation No existing surface leases or oil and gas production No wind farms on the property, in close proximity, or visible from the property No transmission lines on the property or bordering the property
$1,678,386  •  672.7 acres
Oklahoma Hunting Land For Sale in the Ozark Mountains near Proctor OK.
$990,000  •  642 acres
Welcome to Harper County, Oklahoma, where you’ll find these unique pieces of land spanning a half section and two quarters. Starting from the northern half section, this parcel boasts a total of 128 acres enrolled in the CRP program, ensuring both conservation and income. The remainder of the property is a blend of big grasslands, with some canyons and a nice pond tucked away in the southwest corner. Dont let this 1/2 section fool you, lying just 4 miles south of the Kansas state line it not only has great grass for grazing but excellent hunting potential as well! Venture a few miles south and head east to the blacktop road and you’ll arrive at the old Homestead quarter. Here, you’ll discover a sizable pond within the historic Homestead site. Although the house hasn’t been inhabited for years, it’s remarkably well-preserved inside, offering potential for those with a vision. This quarter, encompassing roughly 50.7 acres under CRP and also supports cattle grazing, providing versatility for land use. This is truely an awesome quarter with rural water and electricy being used in the center of the property in the past, but also the blacktop bordering the west and county road along the northern boarder as well. You can pretty well hunt every game species Harper county has to offer right here. Continue your journey one more mile south and another mile east to reach the final quarter, which comprises 116 acres enrolled in the CRP program. The heart of this property features a charming draw, with the southwest corner boasting deep red canyons. Along the eastern side, a beautiful mature tree grove provides an excellent setting for hunting enthusiasts. As an added bonus, the sale of this property includes the transfer of 403.67 net mineral acres, adding to the CRP income, excellent hunting and grazing that this property already has to offer. Don’t hesitate to reach out today to schedule a viewing and explore the potential of this unique piece of Harper County land. Check Map for 360 viewing! Minerals Hunting Fishing Grazing 4 miles from the Kansas line CRP income - sellers own 75% of CRP contract Contract reads an Annual Crp income of $5,423 Rural water potential electricity All parcels will be sold as one transaction
$2,873,600  •  640 acres
Wide Rack Ranch is a 640-acre mixture of manicured pastures and thick forest covering five drainages and six ridges. It is located 90 miles northeast of McKinney, TX near Boswell, OK. Durant is just a short 30-minute drive to the west. This ranch has 1 mile of frontage along its north border on Highway 109A and another mile of frontage along its western border on County Road 4070. A short private road runs ½ mile along the southwestern boundary. All these roads are quiet country roads that are in good shape but not overly busy. The ranch is located along a Lick Creek drainage that connects to Muddy Boggy Creek roughly four miles away. In addition, the Red River is only two miles south of the property. The ranch has four ponds on it with three being between 1.5 and 2 acres in size. If those aren’t large enough, the convergence of creeks on the property creates the topography to allow a lake up to 93 acres in size! Even at this maximum size, the lake would be roughly centered within the boundaries and entirely on property. Alternatively, lakes could be constructed on each drainage to create a series of smaller water bodies tailored for specific uses such as waterfowl habitat, fishing, or watersports. For someone looking to add more pasture, this same area is almost completely blanketed with Class 2 soil and much of it has been partially cleared. The removal of trees in these areas would make it easy to pile and burn the tops and stumps to finish the job. At that point, the next owner could either convert these areas into fertile pastures, large lakes, or a mixture of both. The north 140 acres of the ranch looks like a golf course with pretty ponds, manicured pastures, and large old oak trees. An old farmhouse and shop are located near the northeast corner of the property and could be easily removed to allow a fresh start. Hunting stands, feeders and food plots have been established by a group of lease hunters. They provided us with a nice set of photos that provided the basis for the name of the ranch. The bucks that have been harvested have typical racks with atypical wide spreads. We saw lots of deer and hog tracks on the property. The areas around the feeders have been torn up and clearly show that lots of wildlife are visiting them. The ponds were frozen when we were there, but we suspect the fishing will be good. We will verify as soon as possible with a quick fishing trip. If our timing is good, we may be able to call up a few wild turkeys as well. Given its proximity to the Red River, one would think that ducks and geese would rest on the ponds when they aren’t frozen. A square mile with great access, good road frontage, utilities, golf course pretty pastures, creeks, woods, and options for building lakes or more creek bottom pastures make this property ideal for a visionary steward looking for beautiful land to transform it into a dream ranch. Simply finishing out the creek bottoms, continuing to manage the wildlife and adding a beautiful home on one of the many attractive home sites is all this property needs. In addition, if you wanted to create a family compound, the road access along the north, west and southwest sides make it easy for the family to spread out and enjoy some privacy while still being close to one another. Conversely, if you were looking for an exit strategy, this frontage would also give lots of opportunities to subdivide the property and maximize your gain. The Land Doctors specialize in rural construction and development. We would love to show you this property and develop a vision for its future. If you’ve been looking for this ideal mixture of natural features, please call or text Cade Scott 580 326 1552 .
$2,205,000  •  630 acres
The Riverview Ranch 630 is a property that can do and be so many different things! The property has incredible grasses both native and improved, cross fencing, surface water, and a secure perimeter fence, with all of those atributes it is primed and ready to turn cattle out on it! But it is not simply geared for cattle, with surface water, timbered draws and thick cover this property is a wildlife santuary for big, mature white-tailed deer, an abundance of turkey and quail and a population of wild pigs. This acreage is positioned on the rim of the South Canadian River Valley and provides gorgeous views from perfect locations to build your dream home or hunting cabin. Accessibility is also a key feature to this tract, being just 45 miles directly down Interstate 40 from the Oklahoma City Metro Area and being paved roads nearly the whole way! The property has 4 ponds that hold water year round and on additional pond that holds water seasonally. There is electricity and a water well on the property so all the work has been done to make this a top tier property, with incredbile access and limitless potential! To schedule a showing of the Riverview Ranch 630 contact Trey Pearcy with Great Plains Land Company at (405) 545-0985 27 miles from El Reno, Ok 34 miles from Yukon, Ok 35 miles from Weatherford, OK 46 miles from Downtown OKC 63 miles from Edmond, Ok When purchasing a property listed by Great Plains Land Company, a Buyer's Broker, if applicable, must be identified on first contact and must be present at the initial showing of the property in order to participate in a real estate commission. If these conditions are not met, compensation if any will be at the sole discretion of Great Plains Land Company.
$1,650,000  •  600 acres
Many people think of Western Oklahoma as just flat plains. In the NW corner of Custer County lies the Barnitz Creek 600. The Barnitz Creek 600 is anything but flat. This 600+/- acre ranch consists of rolling, breaking hills, tree lined draws, waist high native grass, and multiple water features including a 12+/- acre lake! This property is the epitome of a great deer hunting property and has the size and location to grow and harvest big whtietails. Along with the incredible hunting and recreational features this property maintains, it would also make a great cattle ranch. Along with the whitetails, numerous other types of wildlife can be found here including Rio Grande turkey, bobwhite quail, waterfowl, coyotes, bobcats and even the occasional wild hog. The variety of wildlife along with the 12+/- acre lake will have this property providing enjoyment year round. The property is located only 6 miles north of Foss Lake and is less than 2 hours from OKC! Electricity runs along the east and south boundry of the property and there is already a great build location next to the lake to build your cabin. This is certainly a property you need to see to believe and capture its true beauty and potential. To make this property yours or to schedule a private viewing, please call Jacob Rice at 405-229-6835 . 12+/- acre lake Incredible wildlife habitat Electricity available Trail/road system throughout 115 miles to OKC
Contact for Price  •  570 acres
570 ± Acres Antlers, Oklahoma Captivating views of the Kiamichi Mountains Almost a mile and a half of Kiamichi River frontage About a quarter mile of Blowup Creek Raw land with lush grasses and timber Water well and electricity Incredible hunting opportunities Highway and County Road frontage
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