280 ACRES AND CABIN - ROCK TOWN RANCH
Rock Town Ranch is a masterpiece! The land itself is what you would imagine for the perfect hunting paradise. The property at the extremes is 1 mile north to south, and one half mile east to west. With only 280' of elevation change from the high north end of 1680' down to the extreme south end and the headwaters of Crumb Creek at 1400'. The ranch has a level to rolling read more
feel with no extra steepness anywhere.
~280 ACRES - SURVEYED AND NAVIGABLE
~GAME - WHITE TAIL DEER, TURKEY, BLACK BEAR, SQUIRREL, RABBIT - YOU NAME IT!
~ROADS - 5+ MILES OF TRAILS
~CABIN - 960 SF (interior needs finished) Septic Tank, Lateral Lines and plumbed into bathroom.
~PONDS - THREE PONDS (One large one by cabin)
~GATES - FIVE GATES FOR SECURITY
~GAME FEEDERS - 3-2000lb, 1-750lb, one hanging barrel feeder
~FOOD PLOTS - THERE ARE FOUR
~STORAGE CONTAINERS - ONE 8' X 20'
~HUNTING BLINDS - TWO ENCLOSED HUNTING TOWERS, SEVERAL TREE STANDS
The owner has created over 5 miles of very good trails that you can drive your pickup on to access the cabin, feeders, food plots, ponds, shooting towers, tree stands, etc. These roads provide fantastic access to the entire 280 acres.
There are plenty of gigantic White Tail Deer and turkey that live here, along with the Black Bear.
Pushmataha County is one of the 4 counties in Oklahoma that actually has a black bear hunting season! Pushmataha County is also top rated for White Tail Deer and turkey hunting. If fishing is one of your sports, you are in luck! Sardis Lake, with some of the best all around fishing in the state, is only 2.5 miles away as the eagle flies!
The 960 sf cabin is "dried in", meaning that the exterior is mostly complete but the interior requires finishing.This is a very unique cabin!
The owner had a stroke of genius when he conceived this idea! He has hauled in three shipping containers, the tall boys that are 9'6" tall by 8' wide and 40' long. he hired a construction crew to pour concrete footings, weld the containers together, cut doorways and openings between them to create a 960 sf fireproof cabin that is nearly indestructible! The crew built a roof over it, observation deck on top complete with a nice stairway, big partially covered porch on the south end with the doors opening out onto it. This porch overlooks the larger beautiful pond where the owners enjoy watching the game come to water. They even insulated the outside and put red steel barn siding on it. The interior is unfinished and is more or less a blank slate for a new owner to finish however they desire. What a very unique and creative idea! You have to see this to really appreciate the quality of professional craftsmanship that has gone into building this cabin.
The septic system, tank and lateral lines for the bathroom is already professionally installed and plumbed into the bathroom area.
One of the amenities of this hunting paradise is a large parking area that will accomodate camping trailers, with plenty of room for several. it is nicely graveled too. The 8x20 storage container that houses toys is at the edge of the parking area.
Four heavy duty professionally built gates are installed at access points coming onto the ranch to discourage unauthorized entry. A fifth gate has been installed just off Rock Town Rd to keep unwanted prying eyes away from the cabin and parking area.
Rock Town Road is a prescriptive easement mountain trail that passes through the property east to west.
The owners have thought of everything. They have created four food plots with large shooting areas surrounding them. Three 2000 lb automatic feeders, a 750 lb feeder and a hanging barrel feeder have been strategically placed to draw in game. Two nice enclosed tower hunting stands and several open tree stands are in place ready for hunting season.
I could rave on for hours about this place but you need to come and take a look for yourself. I'm sure you are getting the idea that all the heavy lifting has been done for you, just finish out the cabin to your liking. Or use it the way it is. Either way, you've got an incredible hunting and recreational complex that should satisfy the most avid sportsmen.
Call Chuck Clark at 580-380-7093 for your personal tour you'll be glad you did!
Hi, I'm Chuck Clark - I have been an avid outdoorsman all my life - rancher, hunter, horseman, home inspector and builder. Some call me the Chief cook & bottle washer too! My background gives me a unique advantage to help you find your dream property. I can guarantee you one thing - we'll have fun looking, whether hiking, horseback, or in my trustee jeep wrangler. The worst that can happen is we will all make some new friends. I'm looking forward to hearing from you. Chuck Clark is an Alumni of Oklahoma State University in Stillwater, OK. He has been a cattle rancher and horse trainer for most of his life. He has also been in the construction business for over 30 years and is a Home Inspector.