Hammon River Ranch
Hammon River Ranch - 1,909.35 Acres, Clay County
This is a pristine hunting ranch located on the banks of Red River in northwest Clay County. The land is primarily wooded with Pecans, Elms, Cedars, Hackberry, Cottonwoods, Oaks and a variety of other hardwoods, underbrush and wild plum thickets. There is a good balance of open grass meadows, both offering great habitat and forage for wildlife. The property is scenic with a ridge paralleling the Red River across the southern portion of the ranch with outstanding views and offering several ideal build sites. Beyond the ridge, the terrain drops becomes more level to rolling generally sloping towards the Red River.
At the entrance of the property there is a 170 acre cultivated field, cross fenced separately and has historically been planted in winter wheat. In addition, there are 3 smaller cultivated fields, or food plots encompassing about 38 acres between two ridges in a valley type setting surrounded by trees. These fields are perfect for attracting and holding wildlife on the ranch. They also offer great dove hunting!
The Red River serves at the north and west boundary and is also the Texas/Oklahoma state line. The river offers endless recreational opportunities from ATV riding, kayaking, fishing, swimming, horseback riding, etc. The ranch has approximately 2.5 miles of river frontage. There is a large oxbow that holds water nearly year around at the southwest portion of the ranch. It's approximately 1 mile in length and about 150 feet wide. Other water on the ranch consist of seasonal creeks traversing throughout, several spring fed ponds and water sloughs. These water features are ideal for waterfowl and other migratory bird hunting.
Wildlife frequent the area including white tail deer, turkey, hogs, bobcats, duck, geese, dove and quail to name a few.
The majority of the ranch is fenced and cross fenced. A small portion along the river is not fenced, which is common for the Red river. There is an electricity meter and water wells on the property near the corrals. Metal livestock corrals are located near the entrance of the property. The ranch is easily navigated by a vehicle or UTV with several interior ranch roads throughout.
The ranch is located in northwest Clay County near the small community of Charlie. The ranch is accessed at the dead end of Linville Rd, which is an all-weather gravel and dirt paved road. The main entrance is 3 miles from FM 171, which is asphalt paved. The largest metropolitan town is Wichita Falls, located 20 miles SW, Dallas, Ft. Worth is 130 miles SE and Oklahoma City is 145 miles NE.
The Hammon River Ranch is an ideal large recreational property for the avid outdoorsman that offers endless recreational opportunities that you wont find on most ranches, especially of its size.
Asking $2,723 per acre, or $5,200,000
Contact Stephen Turner, Listing Agent - 940-636-7039