Colbert Creek 400
The Colbert Creek 400 is conveniently located only 15 minutes south of Blanchard. Access to this beautiful ranch is superb with it being only a half-mile west of Highway 76 via the all-weather road of 170th St. This combination property offers great recreational opportunities as well as sufficient grazing for a livestock operation. Being located in NW McClain County, this property also provides potential future development opportunities.
This property contains numerous water features including 7 small stock ponds, numerous other low-lying spots that hold water during the wet months, and over 1.5 miles of its namesake, Colbert Creek. The ponds provide some good waterfowl hunting, especially on the southern end of the ranch. Colbert Creek is believed to be supplied by natural springs as it flows crystal clear water year-round, even during the hottest and driest months.
The terrain is beautifully diverse with the open native grass pastures, pockets of timber - mainly including cedar and oaks, and the rolling hills. This habitat provides excellent cover for various types of wildlife including whitetail deer, turkey, hogs, quail, and predators such as bobcats and coyotes. Along with providing bedding and cover for the wildlife, the native grass would also provide great forage for a livestock operation. There are also a couple of food plot locations designed to provide specialty forages such as clover, wheat, turnips, and whatever else you can imagine to supplement the wildlife even more.
This property would also make an incredible spot to build your dream home. Only a half-mile of gravel road until you are on Highway 76 and then just a short 7-mile drive to Dibble, 11 miles to Lindsay, 14 miles to Blanchard, 21 miles to Purcell, 22 miles to Chickasha, or 29 miles to Norman.
This property has it all - location, live water, wildlife, livestock opportunities, future development potential, and would make a beautiful homesite. To schedule your private viewing, give Jacob Rice a call today at (405) 229-6835.
- 1.5 miles of Colbert Creek
- Numerous stock ponds
- Deer, turkey, quail, hog, and predator hunting
- Great location