Located just two hours northeast of Dallas, and close to Mount Pleasant, Texas, Sulphur River Ranch sits between the Sulphur River basin and the Red River basin and is home to the Darkhorse Cattle Company. This sprawling 6,245 acres +/- property in NE Texas provides a unique opportunity to own both a hunting and profitable cattle ranch along with an income producing timber harvest.
Almond Creek Ranch
Sevier County, AR
+/- 81 acres
Located just under three hours from Dallas in the lower Ouachita mountains near the town of Gillham, Arkansas sits Almond Creek Ranch. This sprawling eighty acres is surrounded on three sides by an eleven-thousand-acre ranch and is very private and secluded. Almond Creek meanders through the property and is a rock-bed creek that flows year-round. Whitetail deer, turkey, dove frequent the property which provide outstanding hunting opportunities. Several food plots have been developed in the valley along the banks of Almond Creek. Wildlife come down from the ridges to feed in the food plots and provide fantastic viewing from the house above. Almond Creek Ranch has a three bedroom and two bath ranch house, a full kitchen, living area, dining area, and wash room. The house looks over Almond Creek and a private fishing pond and really gives the feel of being in Colorado or New Mexico. The ranch has two fishing ponds, all season roads, and covered in hardwood timber. Gillham Lake is only two miles from the property and De Queen Lake is just to the west. The property is also very close to Broken Bow, OK, and the fantastic fly-fishing of the Roaring Fork at Beavers Bend State Park. Broken Bow Lake provides additional recreational opportunities, as does Hot Springs just to the north. All owned minerals and equipment will convey with an acceptable offer.
Southwest Arkansas is known for its trophy whitetail genetics and Almond Creek Ranch is not any exception. The property is also home to turkey and the view of strutting gobblers from the house goes well with morning coffee on the porch. This area is also a migration route for Arkansas black bears although they can be very allusive. The property is not currently hunted, but feeders are in place to attract game. Two ponds provide excellent fishing for bass, bream, and catfish. A trout pond could also be developed for fly-fishing.
- Well Water Supply
- 2 Fishing Ponds
- Almond Creek meanders the length of the property
- Sevier County receives 58-61 inches of rainfall per year which is well above the national average
- Gillham, Arkansas – Lower Ouachita Mountains
- Less than 3 hours from Dallas
- Close to Broken Bow and Hot Springs
- 1 hour from Shreveport, LA
- Total- 80 +/- acres
- 20-25 acres of Valley floor along Almond Creek
- 55-60 acres of Wildlife habitat and hardwoods
- Updated house 3/2 w/ living area, dining area, wash room, and outdoor porch
- All-weather roads
- Fishing Ponds
- Multiple feeders
- Multiple food plots planted in wheat and clover