Located in the beautiful Ouachita Mountains and bordering the unpolluted Fourche LaFave River is this 640 acre m/l cattle ranch. The property features a good blend of grasses and features 2 ponds and over 1 mile of river frontage with great access to the river as well. A small portion of the land has been set aside for naturalization for prime hunting of whitetail deer, turkey and more. Scattered timber and high ground so flooding and loss of livestock is not a worry. There is an old homesite with rock building, well and electric on the property as well. Located down a graveled county road in a sparsely populated area on the edge of the county. Several entrances into the property with good fencing and cross fencing already in place as well as a working pen on site. The property borders US Forest Service on the South and the Fourche LaFave River on the North. Conveniently located to many hotspots in the state as well as state parks. Give us a call today for your private showing.
Curbside trash collection provided by the county weekly, DSL internet, and land line phone service provided by Arkwest Communications. Cellular service is also available.
Many residents in the area enjoy lunch, fellowship and activities at the Parks Senior Citizens Center which is housed in the historic rock school house. Travel on east a couple of miles for fishing, canoeing, swimming and more in the unpolluted Fourche LaFave River. Muddy Creek Hunting Refuge which offers 150,000 acres of hunting enjoyment and historic Forrester Park also provide fun and interesting activities. A short distance from Waldron for all your shopping and dining needs, golfing and entertainment at the historic Scott Theatre the oldest working theaters in the State or browse historic downtown Waldron & attend 1st Saturday Trade Days each month featuring local vendors.
Located a short distance to all the major hotspots in Arkansas and surrounding states:
Fort Smith, AR 63.5 miles -1 hr 21 minutes
Hot Springs, Ar 83.3 miles – 1 hr 39 minutes
Little Rock, AR 179.8 miles – 2 hrs 27 minutes
Tulsa, OK 179.8 miles – 3 hrs 15 minutes
Memphis, TN 262.10 miles – 4 hrs 28 minutes
Fayetteville, AR 119.4 miles – 2 hrs 11 minutes
Mt Magazine State Park 64 miles – 1 hr 25 minutes (Highest pt between Rockies & Smokies)
Petit Jean State Park 71.3 mi – 1 hr 31 min
Sarah (Beth) George