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Prairie Pines Ranch is wooded tract made up of rolling terrain with approximately 130 feet of elevation set among a canopy of mixed hardwood timber and native pines.
*Atoka, OK---16 miles
*Dallas, TX---140 miles
*Tulsa, OK---150 miles
*Oklahoma City, OK---160 miles
Access: County maintained Half Bank Road
*Numerous small ponds and drainages
*Several sites look favorable for lake building
*Approximately 47 +/- inches of annual precipitation
*Eastern Wild Turkey
*Approximately 130+/- feet of elevation change
Prairie Pines Ranch is a beautiful property located in north-central Atoka County near the county seat of Atoka, Oklahoma. The ranch covers approximately 362 acres in a scenic rural setting. General access to the property can be gained at several points along the all-weather county maintained Half Bank Road. Several cleared right-of-way's that cross the property allow great access to most of the ranch by pickup or four-wheeler.
The terrain is rolling but not so steep that it makes using the property difficult. Several ponds and drainages, used by both cattle and wildlife, are scattered throughout the property which increases the carrying capacity of cattle and wildlife. A handful of potential lake sites have been identified for the right buyer that is willing to tackle such a rewarding project.
Proximity to the town of Atoka and McGee Creek Lake tremendously enhance ownership of this property. Atoka is located on Hwy 75/69 which comes directly from the Metroplex in Texas all the way through Tulsa, OK. The town of Atoka has just over 3,000 residents and has numerous restaurants, a hardware store, and a Wal-Mart. There is also a hospital on the NW side of town across from a small airport boasting a 3,015 X 40 ft. runway. McGee Creek Lake is an outstanding largemouth bass and crappie lake with miles of shoreline and significant dead timber and laydown cover. McGee Creek is considered one of Southern Oklahoma's premier trophy bass lakes.
Whether you're looking for a place to get away or live permanently, this property has all the diversity you could ask for. From the level fields on the south to rolling wooded terrain on the north, the home site possibilities are numerous. Come build a cabin and enjoy the wildlife, start your own cattle herd or simply relax in Southeastern Oklahoma and watch the seasons change. Regardless of how you choose to use the property, it's a wonderful place to breathe deep and slow down.