Ask Dan Ward
Conveniently located only 45 miles from downtown OKC is a recreational property with everything you could ever desire. No need to waste time driving hours from the city to get in your deer stand when you can hunt those perfect days before or after work. This farm is adequately improved with a spacious cabin that boasts two large bedrooms connected by a large living, kitchen and dining area. The cabin is set up to comfortably sleep 8-10.
*Minco, ok---18 miles
*El Reno, ok---22 miles
*Chickasha, ok---38 miles
*Oklahoma city, ok--47 miles
county maintained road
The Canadian County Getaway is a diverse recreational property that is perfectly set up for the avid hunter or family retreat. Wildlife gravitates to this densely wooded sanctuary which is positioned only half a mile from the South Canadian River. Whitetail deer, rio grande turkeys, wild pigs, and migrant ducks are just a few of the game species that call this place home.
The farm is located west of the metro in southwest canadian county on a county-maintained road less than two miles from highway 37. Drive time is less than one hour from almost anywhere in the Oklahoma City area, which makes it perfect for even the busiest schedule.
The Canadian County Getaway is approximately 400 acres of mixed terrain. An open bermudagrass pasture is located near the northern gate, and farmland makes up the eastern portion. The balance consists of scenic rolling hills covered with tremendous oak trees and enormous red cedars.
This farm is perfectly adorned with a secluded cabin located three-quarters of a mile from the county road down a winding scenic driveway. The 2 bed 2 bath cabin is perched on a hill overlooking a spring-fed pond that has been stocked and managed for quality largemouth.
Positioned just off the main driveway is a practical 24 x 72 metal shop with a concrete floor and numerous power outlets. This shop is extremely convenient as a storage facility and as a workshop.
Notable water features on the property include two beautiful spring-fed ponds and four small ponds. The drainage area below the main pond flattens out toward the northern end of the property and would be perfect for creating a duck marsh. A water control valve located in the larger pond can be opened up to flood a future marsh.
This acreage is currently leased for farming and ranching to a local reputable tenant who would be interested in maintaining a lease with the new owner.