Excellent Habitat In Northeast Arkansas


Everything done to this property was intended to improve wildlife habitat and recreational use and it shows! “Dry Falls Farm” surrounds the Boy Scout reservation Kia Kima on three sides and has approx. over 12,000 feet of river frontage along the South Fork of the Spring River. The river is a year-round spring-fed river teeming with smallmouth bass along with numerous other species of fish. The river has several small waterfalls with deep pools, riffles and rock outcroppings along the river that produce stunning views and would make excellent sites for a cabin. Beautiful mature hardwoods including white oak, red oak, hickory, and walnut attract and hold wildlife. In the west field is a small irrigated orchard containing apple, peach, plum, and pear trees.  On the east, there is a 23-acre bottom field with excellent soil and an underground irrigation system that was originally planned to irrigate a vegetable farm but could be used to irrigate food plots for wildlife. The irrigation is supplied by a 300 gallon per minute well that has a computer-controlled interface that allows precise irrigation and fertilization. There are four buildings on the property. The main building is a 40x50 cypress sided shop with living quarters in it. There is a 125x60 tractor shed for storing farm equipment. The is an old oak barn on the property and a well house for housing all the well equipment. The deer population on this farm is never-ending. Since purchasing this farm in 2004 the owner has harvested over 150 deer under a DMAP program and he says that he hasn’t made a dent. Part of this reason is the Boy Scouts of America owns the 900-acre camp adjoining the property and it is not hunted except in rare circumstances. The turkey population is abundant and they are definitely attracted to the food plots and mature hardwoods.

Property Details

  • Approx. 12,000 feet of South Fork of Spring River frontage
  • Computer controlled Irrigated orchard and crop land
  • Joins Boy Scout Reservation on three sides
  • 40x50 Shop with living quarters
  • 125x60 tractor shed with gravel floor
  • Well house with 300 gallon per minute well and computer system
  • Excellent habitat with mature hardwoods and irrigated fields
  • 11 miles from Ash Flat
  • 6 miles from Cherokee Village
  • 9 miles from Hardy
  • Excellent road infrastructure with gated entrance
  • Great fishing, deer and turkey hunting
  • Located approximately 8 miles from Sharp County Regional Airport

650 Kia Kima Trail, Lot #WP001
Hardy, Arkansas 72542