Location: Camp Creek Ranch is 164 acres located in the Rolling Plains of North Texas on the Kent and Dickens County line near Highway 70 close to Spur, Texas. It is conveniently located between 100-150 miles from Amarillo, Lubbock, and Abilene, and about 250 miles from the Dallas/Ft. Worth area. The property sits at the south end of County Road 339 providing end of the road seclusion.
Habitat: Camp Creek meanders through the middle of the property, and is lined by a number of hardwood trees providing habitat and water for numerous species of native wildlife. The creek is surrounded by open pastures suitable for farming or livestock grazing. The slow and gentle hills here are typical for the Rolling Plains Region. Soils consist of fine sand to clays and clay loams, and are fallow, fertile, and ready for any future food plots.
Wildlife: This property boasts a healthy population of Mule deer, Whitetail deer, Bobwhite quail, Rio Grande turkey, feral hogs, and bobcat. The property has been leased to only family and friends for hunting, and has multiple stands and feeders set in place making the property a blank slate for the next owner to create the sporting ranch of their choice.
The property is currently being leased for cattle.
Water: 80 ft. water well
Utilities: Electricity present and provided by local provider (South Plains Electric).
Minerals: Owner will convey 25%. There has never been oil/gas production on the property.
Additional: Property will convey working cattle pens set in place.
Call Colton Harbert, (806) 335-5867.