The beautiful 197-acre “Historic Railroad Unit” of PrairieWood Ranch has become available for hunting deer, other upland game, and waterfowl in the Kansas Flint Hills. This scenic hunting area is available below the going lease price because the fall hunting season has started, and some sportsmen have already leased areas for this season. The property is about 7 miles east of Council Grove in Kansas Deer Management Unit 14. There is a 25-30 acre wildlife area, fenced to exclude cattle, along a creek and historic railroad berm with trees and shrub cover for deer and turkeys. Other habitats include native grasslands with prairie chickens and quail, and patches of woody cover for deer and turkeys. Coyotes, bobcats, and foxes are common for predator hunting and photography. A large pond attracts ducks and geese. Call 806-281-7743 or email at Psgipson@gmail.com for more information. Leave a message with your contact information if there is no answer when you call. Thank you for considering PrairieWood Ranch.