Johnson Creek Place



The Johnson Creek Place is a great opportunity to own an income-producing recreational property in Jones County! The California Creek is one of the best streams in this part of the Big Country, with fresh water and lots of great fishing! The Creek runs across the property for approximately 1/4 mile providing water and habitat for the abundant wildlife, while the balance of the property is comprised of great quality soils planted to native and improved grasses for livestock. Don’t let this one pass you by! Call today for your private showing!

Location: The Johnson Creek Place is located on the South side of County Road 150 between Hamlin and Stamford in Jones County.

Acreage: This ranch is mostly native and improved grasses with approximately 30 acres of heavy brush in the southwest corner where the California Creek runs through the property. The soils are very good and could be broken out into cultivation if desired.

Topography: Most of this property is nearly level, with some rougher areas in the pasture area where it breaks off into the California Creek.

Rainfall/Elevation: The average annual rainfall for Jones County is 26.4 inches. Elevation ranges from 1,200 feet to 1,800 feet, and the average growing season is 220 days.

Cover: The property is mostly open and in native and improved grasses with approximately 30 acres of heavy brush along the California Creek.

Fences: The ranch is fenced and cross-fenced so that you can keep livestock where you want them at any given time. There is also a very good and functional set of pipe working pens near the center of the property.

Utilities: Co-op electricity, provided by Big Country Electric, is on the connected on the east side of the property.

Water: The ranch is watered by a water well located near the pens, one stock tank, and about 1/4 mile of the California Creek. The creek is considered to be a live creek and will at least hold pockets of water year-round. Water in the creek is fresh and generally holds a ton of catfish as well as other fish species.

Hunting: The California Creek provides abundant habitat for all local species, including Whitetail deer, turkeys, feral hogs, and plenty of varmints. From the game pictures provided by the seller, it appears that the genetics are good, and turkeys are bountiful! The hog trap and other hunting equipment can sell with the property if the offer is right.

Residence and Improvements: There are a couple of shipping containers near the gate that will stay with the property. These will be perfect for feed storage and to make sure your things are safe while you are away.

Minerals: Some minerals are available with an acceptable contract.

Price: The property is priced at $2,900 per acre for a total price of $609,000.


The information contained herein is believed to be true and correct. However, Ekdahl Nelson Real Estate does not give any warranty for its accuracy. It is the buyer or buyer’s agent responsibility to verify all information. Please be advised that Ekdahl Nelson Real Estate represents the seller in this transaction.

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