Ask Trevor Potts
Crosstimbers Ranch is a thick, rough hunting tract nestled
against large bordering ranches providing a healthy herd of Whitetail Deer and
Wild Turkeys. Big Oak flats are
juxtaposed with thick native grass, plum and persimmon thickets providing the
ideal mix of food and cover for native game, as well as some free ranging ELK!
*Troy - 1.5 miles
*Tishomingo - 12.5 miles
*OKC - 107 miles
*DFW - 123 miles
Access: County road
Water: Seasonal creeks
Utilities: Electric available, water wells readily available
Climate: +/-38" of average annual rainfall
Minerals: Surface only
Wildlife: Whitetail Deer, Rio Grande Wild Turkey, Wild Hogs,
Terrain: Rolling hardwoods
mixed with large granite outcrops, falling into hardwood flats and Crosstimbers
Crosstimbers Ranch is situated in an area of Johnston County with
a reputation for producing large deer and still boasting a large population of
Rio Grande turkeys. The large granite
outcroppings provide an experience distinctive to this specific area.
Flooded pools along seasonal creeks provide wildlife with
secluded drinking holes throughout the thick Oak covered hillsides. A now wild herd of Elk wandering throughout
this area provide another unique game animal to pursue.
A system of trails provide access throughout the perimeter of the
property and to a few selected sites with game feeders. This property is truly
a blank slate to begin building your own wildlife property.