Buck Creek Ranch
$892,800 | 640 +/- Acres ($1,395/acre)
Pontotoc County, OK
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Located 1 mile South of paved Stonewall Road just 11 miles East of Ada, OK. Access to the property is via a county maintained gravel road. The only road frontage this property has is where the county road dead-ends into the North gate.
Ada: 11 Miles
Norman: 75 Miles
Oklahoma City: 94 Miles
Tulsa: 123 Miles
Dallas: 154 Miles
Ft. Worth: 173 Miles
* Gently rolling
* 130 /- feet of elevation change
* West side of the property has more drastic elevation with some moss covered rock outcroppings
* East side of the property has a significant portion in flat bottom land around Buck Creek which travels from North to South.
* Atokalahoma Waterline easement crosses from the SE corner to NW corner.
* Transmission Line
* Rural Water to the North gate.
* 1 Pond
* 1 Creek (Buck Creek)
* Numerous drainages with potential for additional ponds to be built.
Fencing: Perimeter is fenced
Electricity: 1/2 a mile from the North gate on the county road
Interior Roads: Fantastic network of ATV roads throughout the property that allow for easy access.
* 3 Elevated 4'x4' Blinds
* 5 Corn Feeders
* 3 Two-Man Ladder Stands, 1 One-Man Ladder Stand
* Wild Pigs
* Surface Only
Approximately $450.00 Annually
Buck Creek Ranch is conveniently located about 11 miles east of Ada, OK and only one mile from paved Stonewall Rd. Along the gravel road that leads to the front gate are several very nice homes on acreages. The front gate is located on the north boundary half way between the east and west boundary. There are NO roads that border the property and it is positioned in the middle of about 4,000 acres that are mostly wooded. Other than the entrance road into the ranch the closest roads are 1/2 mile to the east of the east boundary, 1 mile south of the south boundary and 2 miles west of the west boundary. Access throughout the property can be gained utilizing a network of roads and trails that have been tied together creating several different loops. From west to east the terrain transitions from rolling Oak covered hills with large rocky outcroppings to flat bottom land along Buck Creek, then back to more rolling hills on the far eastern boundary. Due to the mix of terrain and change in elevation there are numerous travel cooridores for deer throughout the ranch. The diversity in plantlife provides excellent browse to hold and sustain deer & turkey year round. The creek flows into a watershed beyond the south boundary and I believe there may an opportunity to catch spawning crappie in the spring and possibly some other fish in the deeper channel near the south boundary. There are also some very favorable areas to take advantage of the terrain and build some nice ponds. About 250 yards into the property from the north entrance is a nice flat area that would be perfect for building a cabin. Depending on where a cabin was constructed it could also overlook one of the favorable pond locations I mentioned. If you are looking for a place to live this could be a secluded and private property only minutes from all the necessities of modern life in Ada. Its also an easy drive from any of the major cities in OK or TX. The fact that its only 1 mile off pavement will cut travel time considerably. As you can see from the pictures that have been captured on the trail cams there are numerous quility bucks as well as some solid up and coming young bucks. This would make a great place to spend time with your family and friends while enjoying a truly beautiful property.