This 194 acres in Chautauqua County, KS is a great recreational property. Part of a ranch that was originally homesteaded in 1908 this property features some historical markers from the original surveying of the Kansas Territory. Native American artifacts have also been found on the property. Secluded and off the road the drive leads you into the valley of the property. Warm and cool season grasses make up the pasture sitting in the valley. East of the valley sits a large timbered ridge with over 100 ft of elevation change. Established trails give great access to the ridge for ATVs, hiking or horseback riding. One pond sits on the side of the ridge and is believed to be spring fed. From the top of the ridge trails lead to the east into an additional pasture. Thick warm season grasses make this area of the farm great bedding for the deer. Beautiful views to the east can be enjoyed from this area of the farm as well. The rolling hills of Kansas and Oklahoma can be seen for miles from the hill tops in this pasture. The thick timber and open oak flats offer multiple spots to hunt the healthy deer and turkey populations that call the area home. A large saddle between two ridges creates a great funnel for the bowhunter and the ridges over looking the valleys will give the rifle hunter views for hundreds of yards. Utilities are on the adjoining ranch and the current owner has agreed to provide an easement to access the utilities. To schedule a private showing contact Josh Fiscus at or at .
-30 min to Bartlesville, Ok
-1 hr from Tulsa, Ok
- 2 hrs from Wichita, Ks
- Multiple Trails for hiking, ATVs and Horse back riding
- Utilities Available