133 Acres, more or less, make up the Bandy Creek Ranch on the edge of the city limits of Wilburton, Oklahoma. The property consists of 5 cross fenced pastures that are ideal for rotational grazing with access to water on each. The north 26 acres of timber is fenced off an ideal for hunting. Bandy creek runs through the middle of the property and is year-round. There are an additional 2 year-round ponds. Deer abound on the property even though the property rests on the edge of town. There is east and west gated entries, with county roads to each entrance. A covered carport with water hookup is setup for a camper trailer on site. Electricity and county water are nearby as well as 3 phase electric. At the center of the property are pipe corrals for working cattle. There is also a 64X82 barn with a working alley and corrals ideal for working cattle and storing baled hay. The property has recently produced approximately 120 round bales a year on average or un approximately 37 cow/calf pairs. Grasses have been sprayed yearly prior to 2022.
Wilburton is the county seat of Latimer County in eastern Oklahoma, approximately 3 and half hours north of Dallas, 1 hour and 15 minutes southwest of Fort Smith, Arkansas, and approximately 2 and half hours south east of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
Bandy creek ranch is an ideal property for ranching, hunting, and building your new home!! For further information or to schedule a private tour, contact Melanie Pennebaker at 918-413-8319.
This 635-acre wilderness hunting haven is set up with a good trail system through most of the property that will accommodate a full size side-by-side. Power line right of ways provide excellent shooting lanes for long range rifle hunting. The understory is amazingly open for the avid bow hunters. Multiple food plots are already planted and utilized by the Whitetail deer and turkey. This is a bird watching paradise with sightings of a large variety of birds including Bald Eagles. Beautiful moss rock, in a range of sizes, are located on different areas of the ranch. The moss rock and flag stone could be a potential revenue source. Mature hardwoods, including Oak and Hickory, provide a nice canopy and cover for the wildlife and an abundant acorn crop, and grasses for forage. Deep Branch Creek runs for about One and a half miles and Brushy Creek runs over 1000 feet through the property. Three Corp overflow half-dams create sizable pools for abundant water supply for wildlife and fishing fun. The head waters of the deep Branch creek are from over 6 miles of tributaries and several miles of Bushy Creek water basin and its tributaries and underground springs. The rolling terrain is reminiscent of the foothills of the Ozarks. Once you see it you can not un-see it!!
The outstanding views could be home to a number of Airbnb Cabins or subdivided for hunting and fishing or peaceful getaways. The existing trail system could also be used for Hiking and four-wheeler trails. There are many recreational opportunities in the area; The Illinois River, very popular for floating, kayaking, and rafting, is less than a 1/4 mile from the property. And the Arkansas River is about three miles away.
For personal use or family reunions. Hunting, fishing, 4-wheeler trails, hiking, camping – “One of a Kind”. This might be an “Excellent Real Estate Investment”!
Call Sandy Brock Bahe at 918-470-4710 or Toll Free at 844-WCR-LAND with questions or to view.
7 minutes to Gore, OK- Auto services, restaurants, groceries, supplies.
19 minutes to Interstate 40
Within 2 hours of Bentonville, Fayetteville, and Springdale, Arkansas
Fort Smith AR 45 miles
Branson, MS 190 miles
Tulsa, OK 75 miles
Oklahoma City, OK 142 miles
Kansas City, MS 300 miles
Dallas, TX 250 miles
Muskogee, OK 30 miles
About Deep Branch “FishBrain blog”
Can you fish in Deep Branch? Deep Branch is a stream near Muskogee. At Gore landing area. The most popular species caught here are White bass, Largemouth bass, and Striped bass. 34 catches are logged on Fishbrain. Please use your best judgement when determining where you can fish, and make sure you follow local regulations.
Climate: TEMPERATURE PRECIPITATION OTHER FACTS WINTER WEATHER
Average Annual: 61 degrees Average
Maximum: 72 degrees Average
Minimum: 49 degrees
Highest: 115 degrees (Sallisaw, August 10, 1936)
Lowest: -19 degrees (Sallisaw, January 18, 1930)
Days of 90 Degrees or Higher: 67
Days of 20 Degrees or Lower: 19
Average Annual: 47.80 inches
Days With Precipitation: 85
Wettest Year: 75.93 inches in 1990
Driest Year: 23.35 inches in 1936
Greatest Daily Rainfall: 6.04 inches (Sallisaw, July 15, 1961)
Average Annual Snowfall: 7.2 inches
Days with snow on ground: 5
Greatest Seasonal Snowfall: 20.2 inches (1977-1978)
Greatest Daily Snowfall: 13.0 inches (Sallisaw, February 19, 1921)
Last Freeze in Spring: April 3
First Freeze in Autumn: November 2
Growing Season: 212 Days