Southeast Oklahoma Sportsmans Atv Trail Riding And Hunters Paradise
LOCATION This property is located on Poteau Mountain Road and is approximately 8 miles southeast of the city of Poteau, OK, which is the county seat with a population of approximately 9,000 people. There are numerous churches, clinics, and a hospital within minutes. Areas points of interest include Lake Wister and Cedar Lake parks, the over 1 million acres of the Ouachita National Forrest, the Kiamichi Mountains, Cedar Lake Equestrian center and riding trails. Leflore County has a diverse stable economy. Ft. Smith Arkansas is only 40 minutes away, 3.5 hours from Dallas, 1.5 hours from Tulsa and 2.5 hours from Oklahoma City.
LAND There is an estimated 48+- acres which will be determined by a survey. This property has been owned by the same family and has not been offered for sale in many years. The drive to this property is absolutely beautiful. Trees make a canopy over the road and is a popular location for residents to take senior pictures. Located at the foot of the beautiful Sugarloaf Mountains and has the clear rock bottomed Cowskin Creek running all the way across this property from north to south. Great access from county road, you can drive a car right to the property. The neighboring landowners you pass on the way in take pride in their places and keep them up nice. The land is densely wooded with mature trees of all kinds including large Oak trees that produce mass amounts of acorns, which are an attraction and favorite food source of deer, turkeys, hogs, squirrels and rabbits. There are multiple game trails that are heavily traveled and almost everywhere you look you can find deer and wild hog tracks. There are multiple open areas that would make excellent campsites or future building locations for a home or cabin. There are also ATV trails across the property. This area is very popular and attracts people from many states for ATV trail riding with its close access to the mountains. You can hop on a 4 wheeler from this land and ride for days. This area known for its history of producing trophy White Tail Deer and with the cover and food source on this property your chance of taking the buck of your dreams on your own place is very good. The large numbers of wild hogs give you a year round hunting opportunity as there is no defined season for them. Cowsin Creek is absolutely beautiful and has some deep pools and in most places you can see clear to the bottom. If your looking for the ideal place that won't break the bank that you can take your family to trail ride, hunt, fish, camp, hike, and explore with good access and available utilities then look no more. This type of land does not come available often and will not stay on the market long. The saying they are not making anymore land is certainly true and is a real tangible asset that gets harder to find and is rapidly increasing in value. This place is heavily and densely wooded. You could sell some of the timber and or clear off as much open area as you desired without much effort, but you sure could not plant and grow mature trees this size in an average lifetime. Click on mapright link below, it is highly interactive with topo, contour lines, water features, and picture icons to show you what it looks like in that exact location.
Taxes Estimated less than $100.00 per year.