This 309 acre tract is located along Dog Thrasher Creek just east of Barnsdall and north of Highway 11. I hope you will be as impressed, as we are, with the recreation value this acreage offers. The family is reluctantly willing to pass it on to someone that can continue to enjoy the pleasure it has brought to them. Recreation is more than just hunting and fishing but offer trails to explore, wildlife to enjoy and peaceful scenery. With a foot print far larger than the one mile that it occupies,from north to south, this spring fed creek includes large pools and shallow riffles of moving water. Sycamores, river birches, walnuts, pecans, bur oak and red buds are just few of the native trees found along the lower creek areas.
The Cross Timbers areas found on the slopes and upland will predominately be post oak, blackjack oak and hickory. Scattered stands of sand plums and persimmons are just some of the woody plants that contribute to the wildlife habitat. Due to prescribed fire, the canopy in the timbered area has been lifted to allow native grass, legumes and forbs to flourish. The several open prairie areas found throughout the property add value to the habitat and the scenic value of the tract.
As described, it is evident that this is a property that offers limited livestock grazing and will be best managed for the various recreation opportunities it offers.
The acreage has been hunted for several years by family and friends with great success. The multiple ponds and creek offer bass, crappie and bluegill fishing. The small pond, known as the Kiddie pond, always provides some action. A hand constructed native stone spillway and a washed out dam offer an opportunity to build yet another very nice pond.
The oil production on the property is well maintained and contributes to the road system and edge areas through much of the area. The ridge provides some scenic views of Lake Waxhoma to the east and home sites if a getaway cabin is in the picture.
The ranch is just minutes from Barnsdall, 30 minutes or less to Pawhuska and Bartlesville, and 40 minutes to the Tulsa airport and downtown Tulsa.
Electricity is located on the property and rural water is available on the north and south but perhaps a shallow well, near Dog Thresher Creek, might be the best source of water. The real estate taxes are a modest $140/year.
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