Annin Lake Hideaway is a recreational high-fenced ranch with sought after proximity to the Dallas/Fort Worth area. Annin Lake Hideaway has it all. From its location, to its topography, water features, wildlife, and improvements, Annin Lake Hideaway is a premier turn-key hunting ranch.
Annin Lake Hideaway is located near Joplin, TX, in southeastern Jack County. This hunting ranch is situated approximately 1.5 hours northwest of Dallas, TX (80 miles) and 1-hour northwest of Ft. Worth, TX (47 miles). It is easily accessed off State Highway 199.
The largest body of water is the 10-acre Annin Lake, which is formed by Beans Creek, which runs throughout the ranch. There are over 2.5 miles of Beans Creek on the ranch. The fishing and waterfowl hunting at Annin Lake Hideaway is excellent. On the banks of Annin Lake the new owner will find a newly remodeled hunters’ cabin, an excellent location to sit on the porch and enjoy the views of the lake and wildlife. Other water features are prevalent on this ranch. There are 4, under 1-acre bodies of water, a 3.5-acre body of water and several creeks. There are other prime locations that would make excellent lake sites on the ranch.
Annin Lake Hideaway offers excellent hunting. The ranch currently has Whitetail Deer, Aoudad, Axis, Blackbuck, Bison, Elk, and Hogs. The current owner has worked with a Wildlife Biologist to assist in the management of the hunting ranch as it relates to water resources and wildlife management. There are thirteen hunting areas which are conducive to both rifle and archery hunting. 18 Poly-Dome hunting blinds and several feeders were strategically positioned on the ranch. The feeders include eight 4,000 lb. feeders, two 2,000 lb. feeders, and a 3,000 lb. feeder. When the owner put up the 17,000 feet of high game fence (with varmint wire), they elected to leave the preexisting low game fence. This provides the future owner with an excellent opportunity to choose how they wish to continue operating the ranch.
Between the hills, drainage, creeks, soils, hardwoods, and oaks, Annin Lake Hideaway has it all. The topography on Annin Lake Hideaway ranges anywhere from 1,010 feet to 1,139 feet (approximately 129 feet change). The ranch has an approximate 85%/15% cover to open ratio. The ranch’s healthy population of post oak trees not only provides a source of cover for the wildlife, but an abundance of acorns.
The well-constructed custom-built lodge is 3,600 square feet. It has 6 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms; it can accommodate up to 30 people. The owner went above and beyond during the construction and included 8 inches of spray foam insulation. In its current use, electric bills do not exceed $200. As you step out the backdoor, the new owner will see a concrete walkway leading to the fire pit area. There is a 35’x65′ shop and a 15×15 walk in cooler, both with concrete flooring. In the shop area, there are two electric winches for processing wildlife and a built-in commercial grade power washer. Annin Lake Hideaway has 3 functioning water wells.
Seller has no mineral estate ownership with this property.