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*Bristow, OK...16 miles
*Tulsa, OK...50 miles
*Oklahoma City, OK...92 miles
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Tucked away in a scenic corner of Creek County, Oklahoma lies a peaceful and diverse acreage.
This property is easily accessible from either Oklahoma City or Tulsa by way of the Turner Turnpike. From Bristow, the Meyers Ranch is a short 15-mile drive into the country.
Located near the northeast boundary of the property is a comfortable farmhouse positioned on the side of a hill overlooking a quaint fishing pond. The home has a large wood deck that faces to the east with views of the grand Creek County terrain.
The Meyers Ranch is a combination of wooded rolling terrain surrounded by both native grass pasture and improved Bermuda. A large pasture near the center of the property once farmed in peanuts has now been established in Bermuda. This pasture seems to be where the donkeys like to spend quite a bit of leisure time. The current tenant has recently constructed miles of new fence around the most productive land to enhance cattle grazing.
Abundant average rainfall and several springs compliment numerous ponds around the property that were built by the seller for the benefit of the livestock and wildlife. However, with so many options, casting a line should never be neglected.
Hunting opportunities are diverse and include deer, turkey, wild pigs, doves, ducks, and yes, quail. The varied terrain with deep draws and miles of edge create the perfect transitions for those elusive whitetails. Off the property to the south, the Deep Fork Wildlife Management Area provides habitat for migrating waterfowl. Ducks that utilize the Deep Fork River wetlands in the winter spend their days loafing on ponds at the Meyers Ranch.
This property has been in the same family for decades and now its time for a new owner to write the next chapter of itsmstory. This could be the peaceful property your family has been looking for!