Mesa Vista Ranch one of the most expensive properties available on the US market.
There's also a single-story structure where ammunition, hunting gear, rifles, and shotguns are stored.
The dogs can be housed in the 11,000-square-foot kennel on the property. It has a veterinary lab, an office, a meat-processing center, and an exercise area for the dogs.
The buyer will also get 40 bird dogs. Pickens is a seasoned quail hunter, but according to the Wall Street Journal, he's planning to leave the dogs behind because he doesn't have the space for them.
A home theater has seats for 30.
Pickens has filled a gallery with his personal art collection. The collection, as well as Pickens' other personal effects, are the only things not included in the purchase.
All of the furnishings, farming equipment, pick-up trucks, and hunting gear are included in the purchase price.
The ranch has its own FAA-approved airport. The hangar also has a two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment upstairs, which is meant to be for pilots.
The Lake House has 3,800 square feet of just patios. The house itself has 11,500 square feet of living space.
The front door of the lake house used to be situated on Bing Crosby's house. It's a metal door with stained glass.
In 2014, Pickens married his fifth wife in a chapel on the premises. They have since divorced.
There are roughly 12 miles of water, in the form of man-made waterfalls, creeks, and lakes.
Pickens' childhood home even sits on the property. It was moved here from Oklahoma in 2008, and it could be moved to the campus of his alma mater, Oklahoma State University.
And now, there are a number of different structures: the 12,000-square-foot lake house, the 33,000-square-foot lodge, the 6,000-square-foot family house, the 1,700-square-foot gatehouse, the 1,600-square-foot pub, and the 11,000-square-foot kennel.
The ranch has increased by 22 times its original size since then. Mesa Vista Ranch covers some 64,800 acres now.
When he first bought about 2,900 acres of land here in 1971,the only structure was a corrugated metal house that Pickens used to stay warm during days of hunting quail.