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The Turkey Creek 490 is situated approximately 6 miles northwest of downtown Ada. It is located at the end of a dead-end road, and access is provided by all blacktop roads with the exception being to the last half mile which then turns to gravel. Upon entering the property, you will cross Turkey Creek and immediately traverse into the beautiful open meadows with pecan, oak, and miscellaneous other timber located in the draws and hillsides of the property. Scenic views can be found on several parts of this ranch with most views looking toward the southeast.
Several food plot locations and ponds can be found throughout the property. The 12 ponds range from small stock ponds to the largest being approximately 3.5 acres. Overlooking the largest pond is the beginning of a cabin. The slab and footing have been poured and the frame is up and is just waiting on the new owner to complete to their standards. Water is supplied to the cabin via two water wells.
The numerous food plots and natural browse make this property a wildlife haven. Natural forages include persimmon, pecan, different varieties of oaks (acorns), and other types of grasses and weeds that make the deer, hog, turkey, and other small game populations plentiful. The native grasses and timber covered draws and hillsides provide ample cover and habitat for these animals. A fantastic trail system winds its way through the ranch as well. These trails make navigating the property a breeze while also providing great travel corridors for wildlife as well. There are numerous ridges and clearings throughout which would not only provide panoramic views but make for fantastic stand locations being able to catch those mature whitetail bucks traveling. After filling your hunting tags, you will still have plenty of time to relax with a rod and reel in your hand on the 12 ponds.
- Approx. 35% open and 65% timber
- Multiple food plots, stand, and feeder locations located throughout
- 12 ponds and a live creek
- Numerous pecan trees that could generate additional income and depreciated
- Pecan, persimmon, and oak trees provide natural forage for wildlife
- Elevations ranging from 870' to 980'
- 6 miles to Ada
- 81 miles to OKC
- 120 miles to Tulsa
- 166 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. 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.