Calvin, Oklahoma (Hughes)
Access: County maintained roadway with just under approx. 1 mile of frontage.
Water: 6 ponds and over 1 mile of Caney Boggy Creek. 2 ponds are 2.5 acres each. Another two are 1.5 acres each and two smaller ponds.
Utilities: Electricity and rural water is available at a cabin on the property.
Climate: Approx. 42 +/- inches of rainfall per year.
This ranch has Trophy Whitetail Deer and Eastern Wild Turkey. Part of this ranch was thinned to increase the browse and nut bearing tree production which will increase the carrying capacity. It also has small game species such as rabbit, squirrel, and dove and non game animals such as bobcat, fox, coyote and other small varmints. The large ponds allow for year-around fishing opportunities for bass, catfish and bluegill.
This is a magnificent ranch, where every aspect has been meticulously planned for hunting and recreation. There is over 8 surface acres of pond water on this property. This Ranch is approx. 25% open with improved and native pastures. It has an excellent trail system for ATV riding or horse back riding to access the entire property. It has beautiful bottom land along the Caney Boggy Creek. The bottom land has mature trees with rock outcroppings overlooking from the hillside. The rustic cabin on the property is a great place to get away. The ranch is located on the eastern edge of the cross timber region of Oklahoma which is known for its mix of prairie, savanna, and woodland, it forms part of the boundary between the more heavily forested eastern country and the almost treeless Great Plains. These old-growth forests contain millions of post oak from 200 to 400 years old and red cedar over 500 years old and are some of the oldest trees found to date. Owners have conservation plans from NRCS and Oklahoma Forestry advising on best management practices and designed specifically with the goal of enhancing wildlife opportunities while preserving the cross timbers ecoregion.
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