This property is a rare find if you have ever been interested in property adjacent to a Wildlife Management Area (WMA). This tract consists of 68.43 acres of a pine and oak timber mixture and rolling terrain. Hunting opportunities include Whitetail Deer, Black Bear, Eastern Wild Turkey, and various small game. This tract has approximately 28 acres of open land which provides an ideal location for food plots or cattle grazing. The property has gravel road access and various trails throughout. Peal Creek runs along the Western and Easter borders and through the South of the property which contains an accessible 20+ yd x 150+ yd long water hole for the majority of the year. Electricity is accessible from this property and it has an easement to easily obtain Rural Water.
The Pushmataha WMA covers 19,247 acres of northern Pushmataha County. Located approximately five miles South of Clayton and the Western edge of the Ouachita mountain range.
Sardis Lake is approximately 8 miles northwest of the property with boat ramps, camper hookups, and fishing opportunities for Bass, Crappie, and Catfish.
***Owner financing available for 10% down. The remaining balance may be financed for a period of 10 years at an annual rate of 10%. This rate can be lowered by paying a larger percentage down. Because average market rates can change, we reserve the right to change this posted rate. ***