Incomparable Beauty and Diversity

An amazing property offering a diverse landscape and a wide variety of uses.

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Property Assets

Property assets support a range of possibility as diverse as the terrain, the fauna and the wildlife which call it their home.

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Ranch Features

The property was formally three very large cattle ranches which were supported by crystal clear spring-fed streams, forests, massive bluffs and uncounted numbers of caves, some so large that you can ride a horse into them…

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History

There are over 100 miles of trails for horseback riding, hiking and exploring that exist over the property. Big Creek is a Tributary to Current River a popular area floating and trout fishing spot…

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Features and Potential Uses

An incomparable property offering crystal clear spring fed streams, forests, massive bluffs, large caves, fenced and cross-fenced areas for livestock, wide-open ranges and picturesque views, hundreds of miles of riding, hiking and ATV trails, lecture, store, chapel, 1000 horse stalls, 300 campsites and more.

History

The history of this land is rich and varied. Evidence of Native Americans cultures who once lived on the land still exist.  The ranch is also the burial site of Thunder Wolf, believed to be a Piankashaw Medicine Man/Shaman, and other Indian burial cairns. Stone-age relics such as arrowheads, spear points and other implements have also been found.

About The Area

 Located in the Midwest .

Area is known for its outdoor Sports including fishing, hunting (deer and turkey), canoeing, hiking, horseback riding, bird watching and other outdoor activities.

Enjoys the beauty of all Four Seasons. Average temperature in Warmest Month July is 80 – 85 degrees, in coolest month (January) is 20 – 25 degrees.

Photo Gallery

Enjoy this gallery of photos of the many and varied features of this land.


STUNNING VIEWS

Indian (Native American) Burial Grounds, several Indian villages, caves, springs, ponds, river, bluffs, old school sites, old home sites, some fencing and some cross fencing, great for harvesting lumber, selling trees to tree farm as there are tens of thousands of small and large trees, on creek in three spots we have the rights to take gravel out by permit, over 1000 stalls, about 300 camp sites with water and electric hookups, many buildings (list already have).