Size: 3,649 acres in Knox and King Counties Burden Ranch (Old Moorhouse Ranch East Camp)
Location: Located in North Central Texas in Knox and King Counties approximately 11 miles west of Benjamin, Texas on the north side of Highway 114.
Terrain: The Burden Ranch is a highly improved turn key excellent hunting and cattle ranch with a wide variety of terrain and vegetation. The southern portion of the ranch primarily consists of grassy flats and rolling terrain with cedar, mesquite, and hackberry scattered throughout. As you travel North on the ranch, the elevation consistently rises which provides outstanding views of the lower areas of the property as well as the big ranch country surrounding. The Northeast section of the Burden Ranch
Blaine CovingtonTexas Hunting Land, LLC
$3,399,0004,131 acresGuthrie, TX79236 - King County
4131 +/- Acres
King County, Texas
The JW Ranch is located in southeast King County approximately 8 miles south of FM 222 between Guthrie and Knox City. It was once a part of the famous 6666's Ranch. The ranch is very diverse in terrain with deep canyons, mesas and huge mesquite flats. The ranch is located in some of north Texas' most famous ranch lands. It is surrounded by large neighbors with minimal hunting pressure. The property is home to some of north Texas' finest whitetail deer hunting with 160-180 B&C native bucks. There is also great quail hunting on the property. The recent rainfall we have received has helped the quail remarkably. They have plenty of feed, water and cover. The ranch has several
Dane MountDavis Vernon Real Estate
$3,010,0002,800 acresGuthrie, TX79236 - King County
Recreational land for sale south of Paducah, TX in King county with highway and county road frontage for excellent access. Managed for hunting the ranch produces large deer, turkey, quail, dove, coyotes, & bobcats. Ducks come throughout the winter months to the 11 earthen tanks and small designed playa lake. Several creeks traverse the ranch providing water and cover for the wildlife. Lots of cover is provided by mesquite flats, some cedar, and hardwoods along the creek drainages. Large neighbors include the historic 6666 Ranch giving the ranch both protection for wildlife management & nostalgia.
Complete with a metal hunting lodge and storage for entertaining. Cattle lease and CRP provide steady income to owners.
Size: 1640 acres Table Rock Ranch
Location: Located on CR 352 in Southeast King County just South of HWY 222 between Knox City and Guthrie, Texas.
Terrain: The Table Rock Ranch is a wonderful North Texas recreational ranch loaded with beautiful views, excellent hunting, plentiful outdoor activities, and offers a turn-key headquarters with a beautiful furnished Austin Stone Lodge that is perfect for entertaining guests or family time. Large elevation changes on Table Rock Ranch range in excess of 130 feet, with many vantage points offering towering views of the valleys and grassy flats below. In addition to all the hunting and recreational activities, the owner current has 55 cow/calf pairs on the ranch and you cannot even tell the
Blaine CovingtonTexas Hunting Land, LLC
$636,800640 acresC R 202, Paducah, TX79248 - King County
Whitetail deer, turkey, quail and varmints can be found on this King County Property.
Your neighbors to the east and south are large acreages so hunting pressure is low.
This ranch is rolling with a diverse brush canopy and large open areas that can be used for food plots for wildlife.
Brush species consist of shinnery, mesquite,hackberry, soapberry and plum thickets.
Fences are good to excellent.
Wind rights and water rights convey with the property. No mineral rights convey with the property due to active production in the southwest corner of the property.
Rural water and electricity are already on the property.
King County Hunting/CRP
Region: Rolling Plains
County: King County
Property Type: Hunting/CRP
Acres: 330 acres more or less
Price: $1,000.00 per acre
Taxes: Approximately $600.00
Location: Approximately 16 miles NW of Guthrie
This excellent hunting property is enrolled in the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) through September 30, 2019 for an annual payment of $9,823 (334 acres at $29.41). It has a good stand of grass with some Mesquite trees which provide good cover for both quail and whitetail deer. There is a recorded easement from the property to a county road a couple of hundred yards away. A hunting cabin which is a concrete block building approximately 12x40 is located in a stand of larger trees. The