Calling all hunters, recreational enthusiasts, and lovers of wide open spaces: a prime piece of land is up for sale in North Texas.
Muddy Creek Ranch, a 678+ hunting, fishing and recreational property in Haskell County, is at auction for $1,750 per acre. Bidding starts at $750.
Whoever snaps up Muddy Creek Ranch will have ample opportunities to use the land. A wildlife biologist working with the Texas Forest Service has managed the property for years, conserving everything from its rich natural features to wildlife populations.
Hunters will find a multitude of game animals on the land, including whitetail deer, turkey, deer, dove, quail, turkey and water fowl. The cherry on top: no one has hunted this place in eight years.
Fish are abundant here, too. Muddy Creek Ranch contains five water features, including 5- and 2-acre lakes. You may be so inclined as to a diverse ecosystem like this out for conservation and biological studies.
With a diverse ecosystem like this, owners could easily rent out the land for conservation and biological studies.
Add to that Muddy Creek’s wealth of natural resources. The future owner will have full wind rights, as well as partial mineral and oil rights.
See more of what this property has to offer in the video below.
The history of this fifth-generation family ranch stretches back to the late 1800’s when cowboys and Native Americans roamed the land. Pioneers claimed some of the land in the area for property, and it was later used a supply route for the U.S. Calvary.
For more info on Muddy Creek Ranch, including bidding and property details, visit United Country Real Estate.