If you are looking for a phenomenal recreational property with big buck genetics this Pittsburg County farm could be the one for you. This incredible farm has just about everything that the avid outdoorsman could ask for, including two major creeks that intersect on the west end with large hardwood timber lining their banks. House Creek flows the length of the property providing a consistent water source and a great travel corridor for deer and hogs. The mix of massive hardwood timber, thick brush bedding grounds, creek bottoms, and secluded clearings make for an impressive habitat for all kinds of wildlife. The southern end of the property has a large clearing with scattered shade trees and thickets would make a great location for a secluded food plot and the timber that surrounds it means there is no shortage of tree stand locations. The northern end is primarily open pasture ground with scattered pecan trees, this area will offer great cattle grazing and hay production opportunities. This property has some amazing recreational opportunities but the opportunities do not stop there, this farm sits just a few miles from Oklahoma's largest lake, Eufaula Lake and has many potential home build locations.
If you are interested in a larger tract of land there is additional acreage available to the east. All showings are by appointment only. If you would like more information or would like to schedule a private viewing please contact Will Bellis at (918) 978-9311.