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Trophy Hunting & Recreational Ranch For Sale in McAlester, OK
#OK401190
5867 N Four Corners Road , Mcalester
Oklahoma, 74501
Pittsburg County
4,192.00 acres
Trophy Hunting & Recreational Ranch with Cabins For Sale in Pittsburg County, OK

Beetle Ridge Ranch is a 4,166-acre Oklahoma recreational and hunting property located only 20 miles northwest of McAlester, Oklahoma in Pittsburg County. If you live in Tulsa, Oklahoma City or Dallas, Texas you are only one and a half to three hours away from one of the largest contiguous hunting and recreational land tracts in Southeast Oklahoma.

Ridge Tops Create Spectacular Views of Rolling Terrain

The rolling terrain gives way to spectacular views along ridge tops with lush riparian corridors. The property boasts over 360 feet in elevation change with numerous ponds, as well as approximately 3 miles of live water from Beaver Creek and Scipio Creek. This end-of-the-road Oklahoma hunting and recreational property is flanked on three sides to the West, South and East by only two neighboring landowners with combined ownership of over 12,000 acres of land.

Abundant Wildlife Including Whitetail Deer Turkey Hogs and Black Bear

This property is extremely dynamic, offering great interest to both hunting and recreational enthusiasts because of the healthy wildlife populations and distinct aesthetics of the ranch. Beetle Ridge Ranch is home to trophy Whitetail deer, Rio and Eastern hybrid turkeys, Northern Bobwhite quail, American Black Bear, Bobcat, Fox, Coyotes and Feral Hog along with seasonal dove and various waterfowl hunting. This diverse ecosystem showcases the best of Southeast Oklahoma with an abundant mix of native grass pastures, mixed hardwoods, topography and water.

Hunting Lodge and Guest Cabin and Equipment and Storage Barn Improvements

Improvements include a 2,500 square foot hunting lodge with two master bedroom suites, a 1,500 square foot guest cabin with full bathroom, and a 1,000 square foot metal equipment storage barn. Beetle Ridge Ranch offers over 21 miles of well-maintained interior roads with an additional 12 miles of property boundary trails. There is approximately 180-acre high fence pasture divided into two paddocks, a 156-acre parcel and a 24-acre parcel, providing a controlled hunting environment.

Permanent Stewardship Endowment Transfers to New Ownership

Beetle Ridge Ranch is protected by both a conservation easement that will change every landowner’s perspective of easements because it is paired with a permanent stewardship endowment that provides annual funding to improve the functionality of the hunting and recreational ranch. To ensure the high conservation values of this property are protected, a large endowment was created to generate monies for property and habitat enhancements in perpetuity. Beetle Ridge Ranch reserved several building envelopes, all recreational and hunting rights along with the ability to sustainably graze the property.

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Listing ID: 42139-22009
$6,707,200

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JP Ward Ranch
#OK969303
10178 WEST PERRY RD.  , Stigler
Oklahoma, 74462
Haskell County
770.00 acres
DESCRIPTION
Historical Ward Ranch

If the trees of Ward Ranch had mouths to speak, they'd tell you stories of the history of this land-a history that dates back to before 1939, when the Ward family first began their cattle ranch.

The hillsides echo with the calls of long ago, from a time when a small wagon trail ran from the community of Borum to the dusty crop fields along the river bottoms. You might hear stories about the notorious 19th century Belle Starr and her gang, who sought refuge in the mossy
caves hidden on the property. Or maybe you'd hear stories of the natives of this land. Stories told through the Mudlark Cemetery on the tranquil banks of the Canadian River or echoed through the arrowheads peppered throughout its soil.

This terrain knows a thing or two about cultivating stories, which makes it the perfect place for your own family's legacy to grow. And it already comes with everything you'll need to get started.

Things like the custom rock chinked executive ranch house boasting natural wood cathedral ceilings, rustic exposed beams, two spacious master suites on the main floor and two additional bedrooms upstairs-turnkey ready for you and your family. A large shop with master suite and bunk room, plenty of room for the ranch truck and UTVs, plus a wet and dry sauna so you can go from work to play in no time.

A centrally located private cabin that features an eating pavilion and outdoor fireplace. A large barn, complete with horse stalls, tack room and a large bay for tractor equipment. Throw in a dense game population, including deer, turkey, ducks and hogs, plus food plot areas that are already set up to bring them into range and a well-established system of trails throughout, and you'll never want to leave.

The land at Ward Ranch is ready for a new story-yours. Contact Michael Stone at (918)

429-3390 to begin the pages of your family's saga and make your mark in history
$6,299,000

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Historic "Fairfield Farms" Ranch
#OK966594
McCurtain
Oklahoma, 74944
Haskell County
2,332.00 acres
The Historic Fairfield Farms Ranch is a trip to Southeastern Oklahoma just west of McCurtain, here you will find the 2,332-acre Division of the Lucky 7 Registered Angus Ranch, the #1 Feed Efficient seedstock operation in the world! Part of the old plantation type Fairfield Farms, the history simply reaps from the old farmstead. The exquisite house, its hidden staircase, plantation style and dcor, and farmstead with characteristics of early days, its a must see to appreciate. This along with the diversified terrain and vast meadows and pastures sets the stage for the true Cowboy Ranch.

LOCATION

This division of the Lucky 7 Ranch sits roughly halfway between McAlester, Oklahoma and Ft. Smith, Arkansas. Stigler and Poteau, county seats for Haskell and LeFlore Counties respectively, are short drives from the ranch. DFW is just over 3 hours, Oklahoma City under 3 hours.

ACREAGE & DESCRIPTION

A short drive west of the town of McCurtain, not far off pavement, will land you at the headquarters of this registered Angus cow/calf operation. Here you will find the main home, ranch hand house, a set of steel working pens, barns, and overhead bins for your winter supplemental needs.

This property is roughly 80% open and a mixture of improved and native grasses. The Bermuda grass base is supplemented with various other grasses to include Bahia, Dallis, Orchard, Lespedeza, Fescue as well as a variety of clovers and native grasses. The Immense valley where the farmstead is located extends to a bluff which rises to a flat plateau on the north side offering a great view of the valley below and the Sans Bois Mountains to the south. This area has been sprayed/pelleted for grass production, greatly increasing carrying capacity. While this area is still in the development stage, it is evident what further management can and will develop. This is also the site of the hunting lodge and three cabins, dirt air strip, presently vacant but ready for renovation for recreational enjoyment. This ranch is cross fenced with multiple ponds so your cattle will have great grazing distribution. The owner has spent the last several years developing the well fenced property to allow for a better coverage of forage. This has allowed the more than 400 head of mama cows to raise a great calf crop with excellent weaning weights.

To add to the bottom line of this ranch are the rock quarries. There are contracts in place that would transfer to the new owner and this income significantly adds to the benefits of this property. This rock is of a type and quality presently highly sought, and appears the supply is long term. Information on income can be provided.

This is a great production ranch that has been managed to improve the efficiency of the cattle. The hunting enthusiast will also enjoy trophy class whitetail deer, hog, turkey, and dove hunting. History reaps to provide a true ranch opportunity. If you are interested in a turnkey purchase, the mainly registered Angus herd and equipment could also possibly be purchased as well. Where else could you possibly have the opportunity to purchase a ranch of this style and quality along with, again, cattle from the #1 Feed Efficient seedstock operation in the world! A ranch who are also leaders in Branded Environmentally Friendly Beef, leaders in providing #1 carbon footprints in todays environmentally concerned world.
$6,000,000

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1337 +/- Acres - Turkey Creek Ranch - Country Road Sand Springs
#OK386324
Country Road , Sand Springs
Oklahoma, 74063
Osage County
1,337.00 acres
1,337 +/- Acres w/ Views of Downtown Tulsa North of Sand Springs and only 11 miles from Downtown, this contiguous acreage if full of potential and prime for future development. The topography is spectacular and the views are tremendous. Eastern ridge lines offer views that extend southeast capturing the Downtown Tulsa skyline. Tremendous opportunity for development or a first-class hunting operation centered around nature, topography, and wildlife with trail system and park facilities. Call for details.
$5,650,000

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Sandy Springs Ranch 2019-SKB
#OK519811
Eufaula
Oklahoma, 74432
McIntosh County
2,019.00 acres
Sandy Springs Ranch 2019 Acres

The RanchPreviously home to a registered cattle operation, this ranch is set up to enable you to prep and show case your livestock. Steel pens and working facilities are in very good condition and capable of accommodating all the livestock the ranch can handle. Six sets of steel working facilities make itconvenient to work your livestock on any area of the ranch. Pasture fencing consists of steel T-posts and barbed wire. The fencing is in good condition. Multiple cross-fences make rotational grazing an option for maximizing the forage and carrying capacity.

Stocking rateOn the deeded land the stocking rate is 600 pair and the owners currently average cutting between 1200 to 1600 5X6 round bales of hay. This year they harvested 1500 5X6 bales. An additional 1100+ acres is being leased and could potentially be leased by the new owner. With this leased land another 100 pair are being carried.
The ranch is priced for the real estate only, which does not include any of the furniture, fixtures, equipment or livestock.

Headquarters OneThis headquarters is sited on the south portion of the ranch. It consists of a Main Residence: 4 bed, 2 bath, 2-car attached carport, well, barn, 2 bay shop with apartment, steel pipe arena, and working pens.

Main ResidenceIs a 2010 sq. ft. 4 bed, 2 bath contemporary ranch style brick home. It is in nice condition and features CH/A, an open concept kitchen/living/dining area with cathedral ceiling, and wood burning stove for supplemental heat, an oversized mud/laundry room with sink and plenty of room for an extra refrigerator and freezer. The master suite sports a large bedroom, full bathroom and a large walk-in closet. The home has tiled flooring throughout, lots of windows for natural light and a covered front porch. Natural gas from a gas well on the property supplies free gas to the house.

Guest Quarters--Located in the two -bay concrete floor shop, isa Kitchen/living area, bathroom, loft bedroom, and heatand air.

Second HeadquartersSited on the north portion of the ranch. The facilities were set up for a premier registered cattle operation with miles of steel pen fencing and easy movement alleyways, with an indoor, salearena for special sales. The headquarters features 3 shop buildings, with mostly concrete floors, ranch office with full bathroom, a guest house with storm shelter, bunk house, hay and equipment sheds, one with stalls and a washroom with drain for show livestock. Steel pens and working facility with enormous capacity.

Second ResidenceThis 2561 sq. ft. contemporary brick home features 5 bedrooms, 3 large bathrooms, nice kitchen with breakfast bar, good closet space, sunroom with hot tub, large underground storm shelter with sump pump, 4 car detached carport, well, and pipe and brick fencing. There is also free gas from an on-site gas well to this residence. This house has two CH/A systems, a wood burning stove, and also anautomatic natural gas generator.

Bunk HouseA one bedroom, kitchen and bathroom living quarters located in one of the barns. Great setup for prospective hunters.

Guest House/Foreman's HouseA 1178 sq. ft. brick house with two-bedrooms, one-bath, kitchen, with basement.

OfficeThis is anice self-contained office with full bathroom.

UtilitiesThree wells supply water to all the residences, and living quarters, pens and working facilities on the north and south portions of the ranch with 8 frostless fresh-water tanks for multiple pens/pastures. Electricity, septic systems, and free gas are also in place.

ForageA wide variety of grasses provide for a long growing season. Cool grasses include Fescue, Korean Lespedeza, and clovers; warm season grasses include sprigged Bermuda Grass, and native grasses.

Water26ponds, and three live streams, supply abundant water. Some of the ponds are stocked.

WildlifeWhitetail Deer flourish in this environment, along with squirrels, Dove, some quail, water- fowl, and other indigenous wildlife.

AccessThe main body of the ranch can be accessed by paved county road. The west tract is accessed by agravel county road.

The Area Livestock auctions are located at Okmulgee, McAlester, Tulsa, Oklahoma City, Holdenville, and many other locations within a 2-hour radius of the ranch.

Location--The ranch is sited about 1 hr. 15 minutes south of Tulsa, OK; 3 hrs. SW of Joplin, MO; 3 hrs. north of Dallas, TX, and four hrs. SE of Wichita, KS; (all have commercial airports). General aviation airports are also located at Eufaula, OK (about 22 minutes from the ranch), Henryetta, OK (29 minutes); Okmulgee, OK (43 minutes). Located just minutes from Eufaula Lake, the possibilities to enjoying fishing and water sports are tremendous.
Call Sandy Brock Bahe to view this exceptional ranch at 918-470-4710 (Cell), or Toll Free at 844-WCR-LAND.



$5,302,000

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Irrigated Farm Near Guymon, OK
#OK557133
SH 3 / 412 , Guymon
Oklahoma, 73942
Texas County
1,236.00 acres
Located north of Guymon, Oklahoma in Texas County, this 1,236 +/- acre irrigated farm offers a ton of options for anyone wanting an irrigated farm. This farm is in an area that has numerous opportunities for marketing a variety of commodities, including grains to the local elevator on the southwest side of Guymon, feedstuffs to the feed yard north of the farm, and alfalfa hay to the dairies in the region.

Some of the amenities include:

100' x 30' cattle loafing shed
60' x 50' shop building with a concrete floor
18' x 30' office
35' x 31' horse barn
40' x 100' Quonset barn
200' x 20' lean to horse barn
seven irrigation wells producing approximately 6,550 gpm
six domestic water wells
eight pivot sprinkler systems including six Zimmatic Pivots and two Reinke Pivots

This farm is a one-of-a-kind property for this region. If you are in the market for a great investment, this farm needs to be on your list.
$4,825,000

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Blue Bar Ranch 1448-SKB
#OK818806
Bokchito
Oklahoma, 74726
Bryan County
1,445.00 acres
Property Details
Name of Property: Blue Bar Ranch 1445-SKB
Status: New
Acreage: 1445 Acres
Location: 1.5 hrs. North of Dallas, TX
Closest Town: Bokchito, Oklahoma
Access: Via County Road, Just off Highway 22
Topography: Flat, gently rolling, modest hills.
Improvements: House, high fencing, lakes, shops, Equip.shed
Bedrooms: 4
Baths: 2
Forage: Native grasses, clovers, Bermuda
Water: Lakes, Blue River, ponds
Wildlife: Whitetail deer,Turkey, Dove, Squirrels, other
Utilities: Well, septic system, electricity
Comments
1 1/2 hours from Dallas, and within 20 minutes of the Choctaw Gaming and Event Center at Durant, Oklahoma, this magnificent ranch offers diversity, beauty, income opportunities from raising cattle, and multiple hunting options including Whitetail Deer, Turkey, Waterfowl, and so much more. With over 600 acres of open pasture, you can run cattle, and put in food plots for deer without having to clear timber. The water on the ranch is exceptional with a 28-acre lake, a 9-acre lake, a 3.5-acre waterfowl lake/slough, an oxbow lake that is about 1400 feet long, and 14 additional ponds, AND about 2 miles of Blue River frontage. All the infrastructure is in place for handling deer. A fully enclosed barn with solid surround and air-conditioned chute leading to a spin head gate. A long alleyway leads into the working barn. Multiple runs go off the alley way to allow for sorting. A metal shop is already in place. An additional metal building has duct work for CH/A and could be finished out for a large bunk house and recreation hall. The four bed, two bath, house with large deck, that over looks the 28 acres lake, would make a nice house for guests or for a ranch manager. The 28-acre lake is stocked and has a boat dock. The property also contains a pecan orchard with mature, producing trees. About 1050 acres is high fenced with the balance having barbed wire and T-posts. A private well provides water to the house and pens.

Prolific clovers provide a carpet for the pastured areas, along with many native grasses and some Bermuda. Large hardwoods give cover and forage for the wildlife. Geese and several varieties of ducks visit the lakes and ponds. The existing road system allows for good mobility around the ranch, and many ATV trails are in place also.

Location: Within a 1.5 hour drive of the Dallas-Ft. Worth Metro Plex and about 40 minutes east of Durant, Oklahoma, where the Choctaw Gaming and Event Center is located. The ranch has about mile of frontage on Highway 22 (This is the portion of the ranch that is not high-fenced.) The high-fenced portion of the ranch is accessed by about two miles of county road off Highway 2.

Where else can you find multiple private lakes, two miles of Blue River frontage, cattle production range, controlled deer breeding habitat, waterfowl hunting, pecan grove, and SO MUCH MORE??!!

To view this property, or with questions, call Sandy Brock Bahe at 918-470-4710 or Toll Free at 844-WCR-LAND.
$4,698,850
13000 S Harvard Avenue Jenks OK 74008
#OK858177
13000 S Harvard Avenue  , Jenks
Oklahoma, 74008
Tulsa County
115.00 acres
Possibility of property being split. Beautiful land for developement or homesite. Owner negotiable to possible splits.
$6,325,000
1337 Country Road Sand Springs OK 74063
#OK809921
1337 Country Road  , Sand Springs
Oklahoma, 74063
Osage County
1,337.00 acres
1,337 +/- Acres w/ Views of Downtown TulsaNorth of Sand Springs and only 11 miles from Downtown, this contiguous acreage if full of potential and prime for future development. The topography is spectacular and the views are tremendous. Eastern ridge lines offer views that extend southeast capturing the Downtown Tulsa skyline. Tremendous opportunity for development or a first-class hunting operation centered around nature, topography, and wildlife with trail system and park facilities. Call for details.
$5,650,000
Eight Mile Mountain Ranch
#OK957564
Winding Stair Mountain Rd  , Talihina
Oklahoma, 74571
Latimer County
4,760.00 acres
Property Overview:

Located in the Ouachita Mountain Range near Eight Mile Mountain between Wilburton and Talihina lies the OKO Ranch. Consisting of 4,760+/- acres, this property is made up of pine and hardwood forest and is also home to big Whitetails, Eastern turkey, hogs, and big bears. The numerous springs, drainages, and creeks that run through this property also provide an excellent source of water for the wildlife during the hot dry months. This property also makes a great investment for future timber harvesting. Per a timber survey, approximately 80% of this property is considered operable to timber harvesting and a good return could be had with adequate timber prices and mature trees.


Hunting:

As evidenced in the harvest and trail cam photos, this property has produced some great wildlife. Being located in Latimer County, this is one of the few counties that has an open bear season. Some of the bigger bears that have been seen on this property are estimated to weigh between 600-650#. Color phase bears are often spotted as well. Numerous 170+" whitetails have been harvested off of this property with the largest being 202". Your hunting season could also continue with a spring and fall eastern turkey season and, of course, wild hogs are open season year-round. To attest to the hunting quality this property provides, two major outdoor shows are filmed on this property on a regular basis.


Timber:

A timber survey was completed in August 2011 and indicated that approximately 80% of the property was operable/harvestable. An update of the report was prepared in 2017 with that report estimating an Operable Merchantable Total of 25,520 tons of Sawtimber Pine and 1,537 of Sawtimber Hardwood while also producing an estimated 33,995 tons of Pulp Pine and 45,505 of Pulp Hardwood. The Pine Sawtimber volumes are estimated to have an annual growth rate of 6.33% while the pulpwood volumes are expected to have an annual growth rate of 2.91%. The Timber Growth Report can be provided upon request.


Water:

Numerous creeks and drainages traverse this property including Buffalo Creek, South Peachland Creek, Coopers Branch, and Bridge Set Creek. These water sources provide wildlife adequate water when they need it most.


Elevation and Terrain:

Elevations range from approximately 880' to 1,860'. The terrain is mountainous and rocky.


Accessibility:

For a ranch of this size, this property has very good access to the majority of the property. Numerous roads have been cut providing easy driving for an ATV or UTV.




Rainfall:

This area averages approximately 51" of rainfall annually.




**Seller may divide into 2,360-acre, 1,120-acre, and 1,280-acre tracts.**


Location:

10 miles to Talihina

19 miles to Wilburton

146 miles to Tulsa

179 miles to OKC

210 miles to Dallas




*The information contained herein is deemed reliable but is not warranted or guaranteed by the Broker or Seller. The Broker (Great Plains Land Company) does not assume liability for typographical errors, misprints, nor for misinformation that may have been given to us. All property is subject to change, withdrawal, or prior sale. The Buyers' agent must be identified on the first contact with the Broker and must accompany the buyer on showings to receive full fee participation. Otherwise, the fee participation will be at the sole discretion of Great Plains Land Company.
$4,998,000