Located just two and a half hours northeast of Dallas and one and a half hours north of Shreveport, sits Tres Aguas Ranch on the northern banks of the Red River in Arkansas. The ranch has almost 6 miles of frontage on the Red River and has white sandy beaches, and the only marina on the river. In addition, Walnut Bayou runs through a large portion of the property with close to three miles of frontage. This sprawling 1,555 +/- acre property on the border of Arkansas and Texas provides a unique opportunity to own property on the Red River. This acquisition will provide both a very serious hunting property, profitable cattle ranch or recreational property. The ranch is not hunted and has trophy quality river bottom whitetail deer and a tremendous number of ducks and geese in the winter. Historically Tres Aguas Ranch was a rice farm and still winters thousands of waterfowl in its seasonally flooded green timber, oxbow lakes, and developed water impoundments planted with millet, milo, corn, and other natural wetland food sources. There are multiple water control structures in place, and additional impoundments can be developed with very little expense due to existing levees. Two irrigated fields produce dryland crops such as corn, soybeans, milo, peanuts, and wheat, and could also be flooded for ducks. Red River Township a historical river town sits at the south end of the ranch and still boast one of the original cabins, and the old General Store which has been turned into a Blues Bar by the current owner. The ranch has multiple cabins throughout the property with updated appliances and bathrooms that have all utilities. The main lodge is a two story barndominium with many upgrades, and has two bedrooms, 2 baths, kitchen, entertainment area, and a guest house.
Hunting-Fishing-Wildlife Habitat Tres Aguas Ranch is a wildlife mecca with large whitetail deer, waterfowl, Hogs, Dove and has great fishing. The ranch has not been hunted in years and this area is known for its trophy genetics and is a sanctuary for big river bucks. This property sits in the four corners region of Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, and Arkansas and boast some of the finest duck hunting lakes, wetlands, and seasonally flooded green timber in the area. The Red River Flyway continues to winter a high concentration of Mallards, and they consistently enjoy Tres Aguas. There are multiple National Wildlife Refuges near the property including Red Slough NWR, Little River NWR, and Pond Creek NWR, and the famous Millwood Lake and Grassy Lake Hunt Club are a few miles to the East.
Key Information: Acreage Total- 1,555+/- acres Six Miles of Red River frontage Walnut Bayou frontage 100 +/- High Fenced acreage Two irrigated fields Over 1,700 Pecan Trees Furniture Grade timber Ranch Cattle carrying capacity: 1 unit per 2 acres
Improvements Headquarters House 5 updated large cabins Blues Bar and Tiki Hut for entertainment 5 Equipment and Hay Barns Private Marina All-Weather roads 2 Irrigation Pivots Cross and perimeter Fencing Working Pens and Corrals 6 water control systems Water pump station Water- impoundments for waterfowl 2 boat ramps Large newly built levee to control Red River flow
Water Resources Rural Water Supply- Available Multiple Water wells Red River and Walnut Bayou frontage 3 large inland oxbow lakes Crooked Slough creek runs through the west Little River County receives on average 55+/- inches of rainfall per year which is well above the national average.
* Ranch equipment list available to qualified buyers*
This Ranch is being offered For Sale and is Exclusively Listed by Watkins Ranch Group of Gerald Haire Realty in Arkansas and Co-Marketed by Watkins Ranch Group of Briggs Freeman Sotheby's International Realty. Please contact Asher Watkins for information. Buyers Broker must be identified on first contact and must accompany buying prospect on first showing to be allowed full fee participation. If the condition is not met, fee participation will be at sole discretion of the Listing Broker. Prospects may be required to provide proof of funds prior to a scheduled showing.