REVIEW OF INDIAN RIDGE, PITTSBURG COUNTY, OK
Indian ridge consists of 3 connected developments in Pittsburg County in Southeastern Oklahoma. Indian Ridge offers stunning views of the surrounding mountains, plentiful hunting, and some challenging terrain for the avid outdoor adventurer. The terrain is quite rough in many places, with some flat areas along the county roads. There are also several streams traversing the property.
Indian ridge is a short drive from McAlester Oklahoma, a small city of about 45,000 with all the amenities you will need. The climate is mild with moderate annual rainfall. Temperatures dip to the low 30’s in the Winter with summer highs in the low 90’s.
Uses for Lots:
Due to the rough nature of this land, a 4 wheel drive is essentially a must. Some areas of the property can only be reached with an ATV. This, coupled with the abundant game in the area make this land a perfect hunters retreat. For those who enjoy rough country hiking, mountain biking, or climbing, Indian Ridge will never let you down.
Best Fit in Customer: Due to the rough mountainous terrain of Indian Ridge, this property is not for the faint of heart. The land is best suited for the avid outdoors adventurer. While a homestead here would be possible, Indian Ridge is better suited for recreational use.
Summary: If you are looking for a place to test your outdoor skills, Indian Ridge is perfect for you. Enjoy the breathtaking views and prime adventure opportunities this land has to offer.
Indian Ridge, OK
Indian Ridge Phase I is the property of your dreams!
Oklahoma, also known as “Sooner State,” “Land of the Red Man,” and “Native America,” offers some of the most beautiful and spectacular sights and places to visit! Just browse through these awesome pictures and be amazed by their beauty.
The divine beauty of the countryside and an active lifestyle
Pittsburg County is generally hilly and, in places, mountainous. The Ouachita Mountains extend into the southeastern portion, with sandstone hills contributing to most of the landscape in the northern and western sections. The Canadian River and Lake Eufaula form the northern boundary and drain most of Pittsburg County. A few creeks and streams, including Jack Fork Creek, drain into Boggy Creek and the Kiamichi River and eventually into the Red River.
Your safety is the first priority; however, four-wheel drive to see the rough nature is recommended. Go for ATV/motorcycle area and hiking. Visit the Tucker Tower or go for the historic tower that rises up 60-feet above Lake Murray and acts as a beacon on the lake. With interactive displays, kids learn about the animals in the area. You can grab a treat with the kids and watch chocolates roll off the production line from the floor-to-ceiling windows at the chocolate factory. See the traditional Village, which hosts reenactments and living history demonstrations. You have swimming areas, and kids love animals, so stop at the Bison Viewing Area located off U.S. Route 177, just south of Sulphur. See the Fort Sill National Historic Landmark and Museum for history on the fort. As a top Oklahoma park area, Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge provides a refuge for free-range buffalo, Texas Longhorn cattle, prairie dogs, deer, and elk as well.
Buy a property at Indian Ridge Phase I
Be among many to buy a property at the most beautiful heaven on earth. The property would have stunning views of rivers and mountains, and you and your family can go on an adventure and have your friends over for a fun time.
The property is near the Indian ridge and a small city. The climate is perfect and mild; you have ample area for outdoor games and hiking, climbing, biking, and beautiful landscapes that are picture-perfect. A place not for the faint-hearted but for those who want to actually live their lives to the fullest.
The land makes you exist in harmony with the wildlife and experience the beauty of nature firsthand. The property offers different acres of land, starting with 5 to 25 acres.
INDIAN RIDGE I LOTS
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