The South Eufaula Ranch is located just west of the community of Canadian, Oklahoma, which is approximately 20 miles south of the I-40/Hwy 69 intersection and only 17 miles north of McAlester, Oklahoma. Given this convenient location, the property is easily accessible, from the Tulsa, Oklahoma City and DFW metro areas.
The ranch offers a good diversity of terrain, with approximately 1,100 acres of open improved and native grass pastures and the balance of the property in heavy, mature, hardwood timber. This diversity creates an excellent combination ranch that can carry a sizeable cowherd and provide outstanding wildlife habitat. Approximately 2 miles of the ranchs northern border is adjacent to Lake Eufaula Core of Engineers land, providing a unique opportunity for Buyers.
We are offering the ranch in 16 individuals tracts that range from 37+/- to 291+/- acres. These tracts provide an opportunity for many different types of Buyers, whether strictly interested in pasture land or a quality recreational property this auction has an individual tract or combination of parcels that will fit your needs.
• 2,176+/- Acres offered in 16 Tracts • Quality Pasture & Recreational Land Aside Lake Eufaula • Quality Improved Grass Pastures • Fenced and Cross Fenced • Mature Timber Bordering Lake Eufaula • Excellent Deer & Turkey Habitat • Easy Access, Only 1 Mile off Hwy 69 • 540 acres of Pasture Sprayed in April 2018 • South Eufaula Ranch • Online Bidding Available
Take the Canadian Exit on Hwy 69 and turn west onto Johnson Street (Hwy 113). Follow for approximately 0.3 mile and road will make a hard left turn, continue on Hwy 113 for approximately 0.3 mile. Property will begin on your right.
Open House / Inspection Dates
Friday, May 18 from 10 am – 2 pm
Thursday, May 31 from 10 am – 2 pm
Wednesday, June 13 from 4-7 pm
Meet a Schrader Representative on Tract 2 for Land Tours.
Eufaula High School Cafeteria, 1 Anderson Bell St, Eufaula, OK 74432.
Directions: Take the Eufaula Hwy 9 Exit off of Hwy 69 and turn east on Hwy 9. Follow for approximately 0.3 mile and turn right on Main Street. Follow Main Street for approximately 0.5 mile and turn right on Bill McCarty Street and you will see Eufaula High School.
Tract 1: 120± ac with frontage along Hwy 113 that is mostly open pasture that was SPRAYED April 2018.
Tract 2: 40± ac that includes metal shop building with concrete floor, small set of working pens and a balance of pasture and mature timber with 2 ponds.
Tract 3: 195± ac of mostly open pasture fronting Hwy 113. Small, wooded creek dissects the tract and this parcel has 4 ponds. All open pasture on this parcel SPRAYED in April 2018.
Tract 4: 69± ac of open pasture, level topography and 4 ponds which was SPRAYED in April 2018.
Tract 5: 224± ac of open pasture, currently fenced into 3 pasture with 2 ponds; fully SPRAYED April 2018 and ready for potential hay production.
Tract 6: 63± ac of mostly open pasture, used for hay production in past years.
Tract 7: 152± ac which is a combination of open pasture and timber, outstanding recreational parcel with fresh deer sign and turkey scratchings that fronts Eufaula Core of Engineers land on the back side.
Tract 8: 158± ac of mature timber, dissected by heavily used deer trails, making for an outstanding recreational opportunity.
Tract 9: 144± ac of mature timber that includes a small pond with potential for waterfowl and heavily traveled deer trails bordering the Eufaula Core of Engineers land.
Tract 10: 91± ac of heavily wooded terrain with quality deer and turkey sign that fronts the Eufaula Core of Engineers land, outstanding recreational opportunity.
Tract 11: 290± ac of that is a mixture of potential hay meadow, pasture and some mature timber. This parcel also has 5 ponds, creating outstanding wildlife habitat.
Tract 12: 37± ac that are heavily wooded, secluded and would make an excellent potential building site or smaller recreational parcel.
Tract 13: 184± ac of outstanding recreational property, heavily wooded and secluded throughout.
Tract 14: 64± ac that is mostly wooded and has frontage along Hwy 113.
Tract 15: 185± ac with a combination of open areas and heavy timber, with frontage along Hwy 113.
Tract 16: 160± ac with a combination of open pasture and heavy timber along Hwy 113.