Big Wildhorse Creek Ranch is a great multi-use property located in central Oklahoma. This easily accessible ranch consists of big views, live water, and surface water. The highlight of the place is a private 52± acre lake surrounded by appealing topography and sandstone outcroppings. The ranch has promising hunting potential, with many home or cabin sites and utilities already in place.
In recent years the ranch has not been aggressively hunted. The terrain and diversity of this property provide favorable habitats for many types of wildlife without ever having to travel far to find water. There are many potential food plot locations and stand positions for all weapons and preferred distance shooting. The amount of water on this place is an invitation to all waterfowl as well.
A 4,000-square-foot cement floor shop is adjacent to the original homestead on the ranch. This location is one of many build sites with utilities in place. The roads are in good condition and connect to a vast system of newly cleared trails for ultimate access. The ranch has good fencing and is cross fenced to incorporate the central livestock corrals for easily working and gathering livestock. This cross-fencing also allows grazing practices to be separated from core hunting areas.
The focal point of the property is the 52± acre lake with a rock-bottom spillway. The lake traces one major draw and provides a very unique shape with a lot of natural beauty. Adding to the surface water are 23 ponds that are in great condition. There are endless fishing opportunities with options at every turn, and there are nearly two miles of live water with Big Wildhorse Creek running across the southern portion of the ranch. Rural water services the improvements.
Boasting nearly 200 feet of elevation changes, some areas gradual and some sheer. This topography produces large sandstone outcroppings and expansive views. There are mostly blackjack and post oak covering the ridges and higher ground. More favorable oak trees, pines, and other mature species line the creeks and lower-elevation drainages. Native grasses, including a variety of bluestem, make up the majority of the pasture and open portions. Some acreage can be cut for hay and includes a native and improved mix of grasses, including fescue. We have estimated that the pasture portions would likely support 10 – 12 acres/cow.