Rt. 1 , Whitesboro, Oklahoma, 74953
LOCATION: Central Eastern Oklahoma in LeFlore County and in the heart of the Kiamichi Mountains. This land is about 45 mi South from the city of Poteau. Dallas is about 4 hrs. Oklahoma City is about 3.5 hrs. Tulsa is about 2.5 hrs. Ft. Smith, Ark is about 1.5 hrs.
LAND: This is rugged mountain-type land suitable for camping, hiking or as a timber farm. The highest point on the land is about 2,200 ft msl with the lowest point being about 1,500 ft msl (see topo map). At the point where the road runs atop Kiamichi mountain, the land runs down the North side of the mountain for ½ mile in distance. The terrain is rather steep for about ¼ mile where there is a bench or plateau of mostly level land estimated to be about 20 acres in size. The land is all heavily wooded with a host of hardwoods native to this area, red cedar and yellow pine being the most plentiful.
SERVICES: None available. This is totally off-grid and distance to services would prevent installation at a practical cost.
ROAD ACCESS & DIRECTIONS TO PROPERTY: Beginning at the top of Kiamichi Mountain on U. S. Highway No. 259 there is a tourist visitors site called “Three Sticks Monument”. Beginning at that point, proceed West along Co Rd D1650 also called U. S. Forest Service Rd ‘K Trail’ and proceed approximately 11 mi. The land will be just a few feet North of the road as per the topo map. Part of this road is very good and part may require a 4 wheel drive vehicle during inclimate weather conditions.
TAXES: Approximately $80 per year.
COMMENTS: Remote, secluded, rugged, very scenic rolling and heavily wooded mountain country in SE Oklahoma. Great place for your deer and turkey hunting headquarters where you can hike or 4-wheel hundreds of miles of seldom used mountain forest roads and trails just waiting to be explored. Nearby points of interest include the
1.5 million acre Ouachita National Forest, the Kiamichi River that flows in the valley about 2 miles from the land and Broken Bow Lake located several miles South. Hunting for deer, turkey, quail, squirrel (red and gray), rabbit, black bear and other game. Land suitable for a pine tree farm – check with you accountant for tax advantages this offers.
AGENT: Bob Bowman – Ph. 918-839-4717. Maps and other information on request.
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