Hunting Ranch For Sale Near Mangum, Oklahoma

16306 North County Road 1910 Road, Mangum, Oklahoma, 73554



MLS: 35118-10006

2210. Acres

5 beds

3.2 baths

What You Should Know

  • Land For Sale In Oklahoma

  • Real Estate In Mangum, OK

  • Real Estate In Oklahoma

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  • Land For Sale In Greer County

  • SWOK Real Estate

  • Hunting Land For Sale

  • Stacey Greb 580.678.0662

Why You'll Love It

The Salt Fork Ranch is 2200+ acres of prime hunting and cattle ranching country. If you are looking to expand your ranching operation in Western Oklahoma, you absolutely  need to check out this property listed by Stacey Greb. It's a true gem and within an hour from either Interstate 40 or the Texas border.

The Salt Fork of the Red River runs along the northern edge of this property, adding to its natural allure. You'll also find a total of 3 stock ponds, 6 seasonal ponds, a spring, 1 seep, 1 seasonal seep, and 18 county water faucets/tanks, ensuring that your ranch is well-equipped and your livestock well-hydrated.

The ranch is easy to explore with roads and marked trails that provide easy access to all the pastures within the ranch.

At the headquarters, there are a host of amenities designed for ranching convenience, including catch pens, sorting pens/corrals/chutes, and even a loading dock for accommodating 18-wheelers.

Several outbuildings include a spacious 3-bay shop/garage, a substantial ag barn, a quonset barn, and hunting dog pens.

Huntiing opportunities include trophy sized white-tail deer, turkey, quail, dove and hog.

Please note that prospective buyers are kindly requested to  arrange viewings directly with Stacey Greb at 580-678-0662.

Don't miss out on this exceptional opportunity to own a ranch that's both a hunter's paradise and a rancher's dream. Contact me today and get ready to enjoy country living at its best.


Mangum, Oklahoma


Nestled in the heart of Greer County, Mangum, Oklahoma, stands as a testament to the beauty of small-town America. With its rich history, friendly community, and diverse offerings, Mangum is a town that captivates both residents and visitors alike. 


Town Highlights


Mangum boasts a rich history dating back to its founding in 1882. History enthusiasts will appreciate the well-preserved architecture, including the historic Greer County Courthouse, which symbolizes the town’s past.


Surrounded by the picturesque landscapes of western Oklahoma, Mangum offers outdoor enthusiasts a playground of possibilities. From hiking and fishing to bird watching, the area provides a serene escape into nature. 


The tight-knit community in Mangum takes pride in hosting various events throughout the year. From the annual Rattlesnake Derby to the lively Fourth of July celebrations, there’s always something happening in Mangum


Public Schools


Mangum is home to the Tigers. Mangum Public Schools offers top-notch education with top-notch educators. There are several school districts around Mangum; Altus, Blair, Granite, and Duke


The Stats of Mangum, Oklahoma, and Greer County


As of the latest census, Mangum is home to 2,762 residents


Climate: Cold dry winters, hot wet summers (but in Oklahoma the weather is known to change at a minute's notice)


Median Income: Single: $23,387 - Family: $41,677


Greer County


County Seat: Mangum, Oklahoma


Population: 5,487 + 2021 Census


Geography: According to the U.S. Census Bureau the county has a total area of 644 square miles, of which 639 square miles is land and 4.3 square miles is water. 


Median Income: Single: $21,707 - Family: $46,794

Where You'll Find It

  • Street Address: 16306 North County Road 1910 Road
  • City: Mangum
  • State: Oklahoma
  • County: Greer


Stacey Greb

REALTOR/ Auctioneer Oklahoma