Buck Trail Ranch
Buck Trail Ranch is a 760 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. The ranch has a mixture of open meadows, intact stands of oak forest as well as brushy regrowth on portions of the property that were logged years ago with roughly 75% of the ranch wooded and 25% open. The open portion of the ranch is dispersed throughout and has multiple secluded meadows that would be ideal for food plots. There are two small oil wells on the property and the oil company keeps a nice gravel road to access them.
Four deep draws cut across the property and offer potential lake sites for the next owner to develop. The largest one has the topography to contain a 30 acre lake completely on property, while the others would be in the 4 to 5 acre range. In addition, there are already several nice clear water ponds stocked with bass. The largest is a 3.5 acre lake in the center of the ranch. In addition to fishing, the standing timber in the largest lake looks ideal for waterfowl hunting.
Although the property has 140 feet of elevation change, most of the slopes are gentle as the hills slowly taper off into the creek bottoms. The northeast corner of the property has some significant slopes, however, the center portion of the ranch where the pastures appear to form a large X has the ideal mixture of elevation change, timber, open pasture, and water to create a very pleasant spot for a house or cabin. It just feels like the spot.
This would be an ideal property for someone looking to take a raw piece of land and turn it into a great hunting and fishing ranch for friends and family. You could plant the hidden meadows to create fantastic food plots. You could also establish feeders and mineral licks in the deep draws and hollows to take advantage of the travel corridors between the mature oaks and thick regrowth. The ranch naturally has a nice balance between acorn production, browse and cover. With small creeks and ponds scattered everywhere, water is not an issue. It just needs management to reach its potential. When you look at the bucks that are already on the land, it gives you a good idea of how high the ceiling would be. We easily got several nice bucks on camera with just a little corn on the ground.
If you have any questions, or would like to schedule a showing of Buck Trail Ranch, please call Sean Childress at 580 320 5791.