Indian Springs Ranch

Property Description

Location:
Indian Springs ranch is about a 29 minute drive southeast of Woodward, Oklahoma, and about 15 minutes northwest from Seiling, Oklahoma. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, is just over an hour drive from the property and Amarillo, Texas, is about 197 miles away.

Acres:
+/- 3,900

Description:
Nestled in the northwest corner of Oklahoma, this ranch is outfitted for avid hunters, ranchers, and those looking for the ultimate recreational land. Currently managed for deer and quail, there are about 16 corn feeders, 5 deer protein feeders, and 42 quail feeders. In addition, there are 4 insulated hunting tower blinds, 2 fiberglass hunting tower blinds, and 16 hanging tree ladder stands. This prime hunting property has it all from natural water sources with the North Canadian River running through it, to topography favorable to the native wildlife in the area. The property was created to be the ultimate weekend getaway with a 3,700 ft. landing strip leading up to the recently remodeled main lodge. Originally a small log cabin, the lodge now features an immaculate kitchen with stainless steel appliances and a large gas cook top perfect for entertaining guests. This property has it all from running cattle, hunting deer and quail, to fishing in a private stocked lake or one of the river tributaries. 

Water: 
A portion of the North Canadian River runs through the property providing an ample source of live water that attracts a variety of wildlife. There are also several windmills placed across the ranch along with a submersible well and many stock tanks and ponds. In front of the main house, there is also a large stocked lake with a couple of fishing docks around the water’s edge. The lake is stocked with Bass, Channel Cat, and Sun Fish. In addition, there are 4 major natural springs and two tributaries that feed into the Canadian River notorious for being great fishing spots.

Hunting: 
Indian Springs Ranch is known for its established deer and quail wildlife management. In all, there are about 16 corn feeders, 5 deer protein feeders, and 42 quail feeders. In addition, there are 4 insulated hunting tower blinds, 2 fiberglass hunting tower blinds, and 16 hanging tree ladder stands. The combination of elevation changes, long draws, open fields, and natural water sources attract a wide range of wildlife. Over the past four to five decades, the current owners put a strict management plan into effect focused on eradication of the Western Red Cedar and improvement of the wildlife.

History: 
The ranch was purchased by the current owner’s grandfather around 1962. He invested in the land with 3 other partners. He was an insurance salesman and loved to hunt while his partners ran the cattle side of the operation.  In the late 1980’s, after the oil boom fallout, his partners had to sell out of their part of the ranch and over half of the ranch was sold. Over the last 30 years, most of the original ranch has been brought back as well as other ranches and farmland throughout Western Oklahoma. The owner quickly went from being a hunter to a steward of the land.  Currently, this is a family owned and operated ranch.

Improvements: 

There are many improvements to this property that make it the ideal getaway for outdoorsman or a place for ranchers to call home. The acreage is split between a northern site and southern site with +/- 900 acres to the north and +/- 3,000 acres to the south.** Currently there are two home sites on each end of the ranch. The North home site includes an older farm house. The South home site was more recently added onto and updated. Fly into Indian Springs on a 3,700 ft. grass runway leading up to the main lodging. Originally a small log cabin, the lodge was gutted, remodeled, and the floor plan expanded making it the ultimate retreat that it is today overlooking a picturesque +/- 3 acre stocked lake. With the remodel in 2008, a new kitchen, 3 bedrooms and 3 baths were added in addition to all the updates including the stonework on the outside of the house. In total, there are now 5 bedrooms each with their own full bath allowing abundant room for guests. Behind the house, there are also pens and a large barn about 4,000 sq. ft (per seller). Across the ranch, there is an extensive network of cross fencing dividing the property for the various uses of the ranch including grazing cattle, deer and quail hunting, and cultivated plots.

The current owners put into place a strict land management plan focused mainly on the eradication of the Western Red Cedar along with other improvements for the wildlife on the property. The plan included cutting and stacking of cedar, cross fencing of pastures, strategic relocation of windmills and water tanks, construction of ponds and windmill pit ponds, and much more. Along the east side of the North Canadian River, riparian fences were constructed to control cattle movement. Lastly, over the last ten years, there have been routine burns conducted in every pasture under strict practices and thorough planning.

Minerals: 
Current owner will retain 100% of owned mineral rights.

Landscape:
Indian Springs Ranch is characteristic of the northwest Oklahoma landscape. The land is varying from flat open land to rolling hills with brush coverage. The North Canadian River flows south through the southwest border of the ranch. Within the ranch, there are also several sections of land that have been broken out and are currently being farmed. Also, the extensive cedar tree eradication has greatly increased the usability of the land for cattle ranching and other general purposes.

Zoning/Easements: 
The ranch is outside any municipality and not zoned. There are no known easements that adversely affect operation of the farm. It is anticipated that all existing easements will be identified by surveys performed in connection with the sale process.

Price: 
$7,605,429.

Water Conservation District: 
Please reference The Oklahoma Water Resources Board.

Area: 
The property is located in the South East quadrant of Woodward County and sits South of Highway 412, East of Highway 270 and West of Highway 281.

Access: 
The northern portion of the ranch can be accessed from the north on Rd E0480. The southern portion of the ranch can be accessed from the east on Rd N2220.

Directions: 
To access the northern portion of the ranch, go east on HWY 412 from Woodward, Oklahoma for about 31 minutes to N2170 Rd and go south. Continue for about 8.7 miles onto E0480 Rd to N2185 Rd on the south.

To access the southern portion of the ranch, go south on HWY 270 from Woodward, Oklahoma. After about 30 miles, go east on E0540 Rd about 4.7 miles and go north onto N2230 Rd. Continue about 2.1 miles and go west on E0520 Rd. Road will turn north to N2220 Rd. Gate will be on the west side of the road

 

**A new survey will be required to determine exact acreage.

 

PROPERTY INFORMATION

Area: Woodward, OK
County: Woodward
Status: Available
Price: $7,605,429.
Per Acre: $1,950.
Type: Ranch, Hunting Property
Size: +/- 3,900 acres

Documents

Hydro/Topo/Google Maps

www.IndianSpringsRanch.net

CAD #1

CAD #2

Soil Data Section N

Soil Data Section S

MLS Link

CONTACT

Offered By: JT Haynes
Email: jth@trianglerealtyllc.com
Cell Phone: 806-681-3421
Office Phone: 806-367-8334

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