McCullum Creek Ranch
Donley County, TX
2,725.73 ± Acres · $3,270,000
- Graciously wooded ranch with large canyons and numerous creek bottoms.
- Abundance of wildlife including Mule Deer, Whitetail Deer, wild Aoudad Sheep, Quail, Hogs, Dove and Turkey.
- Located 45 miles Southeast of Amarillo and 10 miles West of Clarendon.
- McCullum Creek Ranch lies in the same canyon formation as Palo Duro Canyon.
- The ranch adjoins the JA Ranch (founded by John George Adair and Charles Goodnight).
The 2,725.73 acre McCullum Creek Ranch is a ruggedly beautiful piece of Texas wildland. This graciously wooded ranch with large canyons and numerous creek bottoms offers a unique opportunity to own a diverse piece of easily accessible, private land. The live spring located on the property flows year-round into McCullum Creek, which is a live creek that runs through the ranch for approximately two (2) miles. Subsequently the ranch includes a diversity of habitat and vegetative life zones.
The large topography produces a tremendous habitat for an abundance of wildlife including Mule Deer, Whitetail Deer, wild Aoudad Sheep (trophy quality), Quail, Hogs, Dove and Turkey. Due to the numerous large breaks and elevation changes, McCullum Creek Ranch is ideal for spot and stalk type hunting. Continuously glassing new terrain for animals is a very thrilling and rewarding style of hunting. Additionally, there is excellent grass for livestock and numerous other creeks that traverse the property.
Located 45 miles Southeast of Amarillo and 10 miles West of Clarendon & the Clarendon Municipal Airport, McCullum Creek Ranch lies in the same canyon formation as Palo Duro Canyon. The ranch adjoins the JA Ranch (founded by John George Adair and Charles Goodnight). With breathtaking views, as far as the eye can see, and numerous live creek bottoms, McCullum Creek Ranch is as well rounded of a recreational property as you will find on the market.
DISCLAIMER: All the above information was provided by various sources and has not been verified for accuracy. Any of the above information used or relied upon for decisions should be verified by buyer.
NOTE: State laws require real estate licensees to give the following information about Brokerage Services: Agency Disclosures by State
All properties are shown by appointment.