A hard to find and rare tract of Kiamichi River frontage on 102 timbered acres in Pushmataha County, Oklahoma.
Located just South of Talihina, OK between Albion, OK and Whitesboro, OK this property has not been logged or hunted in over 25+ years. Pushmataha county is known for its outstanding whitetail hunting, boasting several state records, and this property has a ton of potential for trophy whitetails. In addition to deer this county is one of the few in Oklahoma that has a plentiful amount of black bears and a regular black bear hunting season. There is plenty of mature timber throughout with a mix of pines, oaks, and the occasional pecan on the creek bottoms. The Kiamichi River accounts for approximately 1500' of frontage on the North and in addition to the Kiamichi River the property also has a Post Oak Creek that flows through the Eastern side of the property. This property truly is a blank slate with no trails or roads cut in which allows the new owner to manage the property how they see fit. It would be an ideal recreational hunting tract or there are a hundred other ideas and uses. Being that the property is rolling and relatively flat it would also make an ideal destination for an RV park or other river destination. There is power on the south side of the county road that runs along the Southern boundary. Lastly, you'll be pleasantly surprised to find that the property has great access with all paved roads except for the last mile is gravel road.
- 1500' of Kiamichi River Frontage
- Post Oak Creek
- Mature Timber
- Has not been hunted or logged in over 25+ years
- Whitetail Deer, Black Bear, Hogs
- Power Available
- Beautiful Views
- Great Access
- 1 Hour to Fort Smith, Arkansas
- 2.5 Hours to Tulsa, Oklahoma
- 3 Hours to Dallas/Ft. Worth, Texas and Oklahoma City
Ranch Maps & Attachments
Directions to Ranch
From Hwy 271 and Indian Hwy, head south for 2.3 Miles on the Indian Hwy to County Rd. 1630. Turn Left (East) onto 1630 and go 4 Miles to County Rd. 4530. Turn Left (North) onto County Rd. 4530 and go 1 Mile to County Road 1620. Turn Right (East) onto 1620 Rd. The property will be 1/3 of a mile on the North.