Honey Grove Farm - Fannin County, Honey Grove, TX

Honey Grove Farm is a 484 acre farm and ranch located just south of Honey Grove, Texas in Fannin County. Conveniently located about an hour and twenty minutes northeast of Dallas, this property boasts a harmonious blend of fertile class 2 soils and a distinctive limestone creek system, providing exceptional recreational and hunting opportunities. Ralph Hall Lake, a 7,600 acre reservoir currently under construction, will be just a few miles away from the farm, positioning this property as a great investment opportunity.


Situated in southeast Fannin County, Honey Grove Farm is an easy hour and twenty-minute drive northeast of Dallas, with McKinney a short hour away. The charming town of Honey Grove, self-proclaimed as “the sweetest town in Texas,” is a mere 5 miles to the north.

Topography, Rangeland & Habitat

Baker Creek and another beautiful limestone bottom creek traverse this farm through its central portion. These creek systems are lined with native hardwoods and plenty of excellent habitat for wildlife. Adjacent to these creeks you will find a mosaic of small tree-lined meadows. The eastern and western portions of the farm are comprised of highly fertile class 2 cultivated farmland.


Deer, waterfowl, fishing and hogs are all found on the property.


Approximately 310 acres of the farm rest on fertile class 2 soils, with around 260 acres currently under cultivation.


The farm does not currently have a house or barn. 


In addition to the two limestone bottom creeks there are two charming ponds that are approximately 1.3 and 2.5 acres. There is not a water well.

Area History

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Ralph Hall Lake

Honey Grove Farm

Fannin County, Honey Grove, TX

484± Acres