Pushmataha County, Oklahoma
county is located in southeastern Oklahoma with Antlers serving as
the county seat. Pushmataha County is one of the largest counties in
Oklahoma with many lakes, streams, and mountains to choose from.
Antlers was named after the numerous deer antlers left by the Indian
hunters around the spring.
The top draws of this region are the abundant hunting, fishing.
camping, and boating found at any of the local lakes and rivers. A
great place to just get away from it all, to relax and have fun.
Southeastern Oklahoma is often regarded as the most scenic in the
state and it really is a sportsman's paradise.
The Kiamichi River is excellent for bass, catfish, bream, sand bass
and crappie. There are numerous lakes within one hour distance for
the fishing and boating enthusiasts. Fishing guides are available if
you need one.
Hunters come from all over to look for deer, wild turkey, wild boar,
quail, and squirrel in Pushmataha County. Oklahoma hunters have on
average taken nearly 100,000 deer a year for the last several deer
seasons and the state is looking for ways to increase this number.
Deer season is a huge event in Pushmataha County!
Country is the Ultimate Sportsman's Paradise in Southeastern
Oklahoma. Not only are the hunting and fishing experience king in
this region, the sheer beauty of the seven mountain ranges bring to
mind the Talimena Scenic Drive, the numerous lakes in this
picturesque tourist area.
With the mountain vistas, you can also experience the unbelievable
views and also the best fall foliage tours in the Midwest. If you
add all kinds of water sports, camping, horse trails, hiking , hang
gliding and sightseeing to your list of things to do, it can take
days to completely cover the Kiamichi Country area.
Come see for yourself what they are saying about this wonderful
region. Looking for a great place to retire or own a vacation home
or weekend cabin? You have found the right place to look Come spend
a weekend, a week, or a month. You may not want to leave!
There are 10 state parks located throughout Kiamichi Country. Each
park has unique points of interest along with facilities that can
make your life a little more comfortable. See State Parks for
further information. The Kiamichi Country consists of seven
Southeastern counties, each with their own wonderful towns, sights
and activities to offer the public; Choctaw, Pushmataha, McCurtain,
LeFlore, Latimer, Haskell, and Pittsburg.
The Honobia Creek Wildlife Management Area covers 76,000 acres in
Pushmataha and LeFlore counties and has literally hundreds of miles
of trails for horses or four wheelers in these managed timberlands.
The Little River Wildlife Refuge area is located in the Broken Bow
area Waterfowl, primarily mallard and wood duck, have traditionally
used the habitat within the Refuge. The refuge is open for hiking,
birdwatching, wildlife observation, and photography.
The Hugo Wildlife Management Area covers a total of 19,566 acres
located in Choctaw and Pushmataha counties. The Lyndol Fry Waterfowl
Refuge is located adjacent to the Kiamichi River and consists of
3,500 acres. This Kiamichi Country mountain region has many streams
and rivers for various float trips such as canoeing, rafting,
kayaking, fishing and mountain ATV trails. The Kiamichi River,
Little River, Glover River, and Mountain Fork River are just a few
of the exciting choices to explore and float with various canoe
rentals in the area.
Ouachita National Forest
National Forest is
just down the road.