Okfuskee County, Oklahoma
Okfuskee County, Oklahoma. Formerly part of the Creek Nation, Indian Territory, the region has a rich Indian heritage.
Only 15 miles from the town of Okemah, Saddlebrook Ranch is also within easy driving distance of larger cities such as Oklahoma City and Tulsa. This makes it especially attractive to landowners who want both the serene quiet of the countryside and the convenience of the city.
The unspoiled land, clean air, and mild climate make Saddlebrook Ranch a true landowner's dream. And our no-hassle, 100% financing make this the perfect opportunity for you to own a piece of the beautiful state of Oklahoma.
Oklahoma has an abundance of deer. You can hunt for white-tailed deer, mule deer, and elk right in your own backyard! In fact, Saddlebrook Ranch borders Hughes County -- which has the highest deer count in the entire state.
Note: The deer season for archery runs from October 1st through January 15th. The muzzle-loading season opens on the fourth Saturday in October and lasts nine days. Gun season for deer opens on the Saturday before Thanksgiving and last for 16 days.