Canadian River Ranch Forest
The Land Doctors are pleased to now present the Canadian River Ranch in two different offerings. The ranch has two distinct personalities. The northern 6312 acres are primarily forested with deep canyons that run north through the property to the North Canadian River. This portion of the ranch is rugged and remote with a network of trails and small openings that make it accessible via ATVs throughout and via pickup trucks along some of the major trails.
The forest is primarily oak and hickory on the south end with larger red oaks growing along the creeks. As you move north and east, there are also good stands of shortleaf and loblolly pine. The hillsides in this part of the ranch feature large boulders and impressive cliffs in places that just add to the wildness of the ranch.
Foodplots and feeders have been established in various locations and help to draw wildlife out of the safety of the deep draws that are full of dense cover. A high fence encompasses the north, east and west portion of the property and the sellers are open to negotiating the construction of a southern boundary fence as part of a package deal.
With no public roads running through this portion of the ranch, it offers the ultimate in seclusion and privacy. Other than trophy deer, wild turkeys and the occasional black bear, you could have this property completely to yourself. We have added photos of this part of the ranch in this listing and are also posting the video for the entire ranch, to give you a good overview of both pieces.
The dashed red boundary indicates property owned by others. These parcels are landlocked with their owners currently having no legal access to them. To the best of the sellers' knowledge, the owners of these properties have never been on the land or made a request to access it. This situation is somewhat typical in eastern Oklahoma with small parcels being owned by those who inherited the land and now live out of state. The green boundary area indicates parcels that the seller has bought a sizeable undivided interest in the ownership of the land. With some effort, the ownership of these blocks could be acquired or one could simply let sleeping dogs lie.
If you would like to acquire a large forest block of land located only a few minutes from Henryetta, OK and Interstate 40, an hour from Tulsa, 90 minutes from OKC or three hours from DFW, just give Kelly Hurt a call at 580 421 7512.