"Discover The Beauty, Serenity, And Rich Heritage Of Oklahoma..."
Saddlebrook Ranch is located in 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.
This beautiful land features wandering creeks, tranquil ponds, and an assortment of large trees. It's the perfect place to build a permanent home -- either in the middle of one of the sweeping prairies or tucked in along the tree line.
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.
Below you'll find complete information including photographs, maps, and a list of frequently asked questions. If you have any additional questions, please feel free to contact us!
Perfect For A Variety Of Uses:
The tracts of land within Saddlebrook Ranch are suitable for many purposes...
* Hunt for deer. 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.
* Build a permanent home. Its prime location lets you live the country life, while still being within easy driving distance of both small and large cities.
* Farm the land. The fertile soil and ample amounts of sunshine make farming a natural. Together with your green thumb, you'll have everything you need to raise your own crops.
* Raise horses or cattle. The terrain and mild weather make this land perfect for livestock.
* Enjoy a wide variety of recreational uses. Popular activities include camping, horseback riding, ATV riding, hiking... and many others. Central Oklahoma provides you with endless opportunities for adventure.
Scenery, Trees, Water & Wildlife:
Within Saddlebrook Ranch, you'll find beautiful vistas, rolling hills, and open meadows with tall natural timbers.
Trees: The property has a variety of trees including oak, elm, pine, and dogwoods.
Creeks, Ponds, Rivers, And Lakes: The western side of the development has tracts with panoramic ponds or beautiful wet weather creeks.
In addition, there are several large lakes nearby including Lake Okemah, Wewoka Lake, Sportsman Lake Recreational Area, and Lake Wetumka. The largest river in the area is the Canadian River, which runs from Lake Eufaula to Oklahoma City.
Animal Life: You can enjoy both viewing and hunting on your property. You'll find white-tailed deer, mule deer, elk, eastern cottontail rabbits, gray squirrels, raccoons... and many others.
And, if you're a bird watcher, you'll find a wide variety of species including cardinals, red headed woodpeckers, ring-necked ducks, ruby-throated hummingbirds... and numerous others.
Enjoy Nearby Towns & Attractions:
Since Saddlebrook Ranchis conveniently located near Okemah, Oklahoma City, and Tulsa -- you'll be able to take advantage of the best of both country and city living.
Central Oklahoma features a large number of attractions and destinations between OKC and Tulsa along Route 66. You'll find historical sites, state parks, western heritage, American Indian culture, festivals (such as Red Earth), entertainment districts (such as Bricktown), and a wide variety of outdoor recreational activities.
For complete information, visit www.travelok.com.
American Indian Culture: Oklahoma has a unique Native American heritage. In fact, it's home to 39 Native American tribes -- more than any other state.
Each summer the Red Earth Festival is held in Oklahoma City. This event gives you the ability to experience Indian culture firsthand. Over 100 Indian tribes from across North America compete in an amazing dance competition and exhibit works from celebrated tribal artists.
Okemah: Only a few miles away from Saddlebrook Ranch, Okemah offers numerous opportunities for recreation -- including a 1,100-acre lake complex with water skiing, an RV Park, camping, hiking, and fishing. You can fish from your boat or anywhere up and down the 16 miles of shoreline. Okemah Lake has large and small mouth bass, catfish, perch, and bluegill in abundance. So bring your fishing gear!
But it doesn't end there...
Okemah also has a state-of-the-art, link style, nine-hole golf course. The course was built in 1991 and attracts golfers from around the state.
Fun Fact: Okemah is the birthplace of legendary folk singer Woody Guthrie.
Oklahoma City: With a population of 1.1 million, Oklahoma City is the largest city in the state. In fact -- based on geographical size -- it's the second largest city in the entire continental United States.
With incredible festivals, sporting events, treasure-filled museums, and two well-known universities -- you'll find almost every type of recreational or educational activity you can think of.
Bricktown is Oklahoma City's hottest entertainment and dining spot. Formerly a busy warehouse district, the area now features dozens of restaurants, shopping, Bricktown Ballpark, and Harkins Theatre. A mile-long pedestrian canal runs through Bricktown. You can enjoy a stroll along the canal or take a cruise on a water taxi.
Bricktown offers a variety of activities in the beautiful downtown area of Oklahoma City.
Utilities & Road Access:
Saddlebrook Ranch is the perfect place to build a permanent home. Not only is the land beautiful, but you'll also have access to all the necessary utilities.
Utilities: Phone and electrical service are available. Water is available from the rural water supply -- or you can drill a domestic well on your property. For wastewater disposal, you can install an individual septic system.
Road Access: All tracts have either dirt road or paved county road access.
Invest With Confidence:
Classic Country Land, LLC is one of the largest land sellers of its type in the United States. We specialize in offering "undeveloped" land. That way, you get a great deal and can mold your land in any way you wish.
We've been in business for over a decade and have developed a reputation for treating people right. When you buy from us, you'll get fantastic prices on a large selection of great tracts of land.
With us, there is NO middleman. We are the direct source and seller... so you save money and get amazing value.
We also provide outstanding customer service, in-house financing with NO credit check, and have an "A+" rating from the Better Business Bureau.
Development: Saddlebrook Ranch
Size: 4+ to 10+ acres, professionally surveyed tracts are available.
Price: Starting at just $18,320 -- a tremendous value for the money!
Terms: Easy, in-house financing is available directly through our company... NO credit check required!
Location: Wetumka, Ofuskee County, Oklahoma
Located in east-central Oklahoma, Okfuskee County is bordered by Creek County on the north, Okmulgee and McIntosh counties on the east, Hughes and Seminole counties on the south, and Lincoln and Pottawatomie counties on the west. Organized at 1907 statehood, the county is named for a former Creek town in present Cleburne County, Alabama.
At the turn of the twenty-first century incorporated towns included Bearden, Boley, Castle, Clearview, Paden, Weleetka, and Okemah, the county seat. Formerly part of the Creek Nation, Indian Territory, Okfuskee County has 628.91 acres of land and water. Lying within the Sandstone Hills physiographic region, the county is drained by the Deep Fork of the Canadian River in the northeastern corner and by the North Canadian River, which forms its southern boundary with Seminole County.
Okemah Lake and Golfing In Okemah
Okemah boasts one of the most beautiful 1100 acre city lakes in the state of Oklahoma. Okemah City Lake complex offers superb fishing, water skiing, RV Park and camping. The 1998 Angler's Guide ranked Lake Okemah as the number one fishing spot for bass fishing. This rating was the result of tournaments reported by the many different bass organizations holding events across Oklahoma.
Okemah Lake has room for the fishermen and the water-skiers alike. Recreation facilities include: Tent and camper spaces, water hookups, pavilions available for retreats and family or church gatherings, restrooms, a swimming area, a playground for the kids, boat dock and boat ramps. If you like to fish, try it from your boat or from the sixteen miles of shoreline up and down the lake. Okemah Lake is stocked with Large & Small mouth Bass, as well as Channel, Blue & Flathead Catfish. Perch, Bluegill and Goggleeye are in abundance. Bring your fishing gear & enjoy some great fishing!
Okemah has one of the finest golf courses in the area. Our nine-hole golf course is the site of many hours of family fun for local residents. Golfers from area communities are attracted to this course and impressed by its caliber. Built in 1991, the golf course has been a dream come true for our community. This state-of-the-art link style course is a tribute to the hard work, cooperative effort and community spirit put forth to make this dream become a reality. Hours of operation are from 8:00 a.m. till dark. Snacks and soft drinks are available in the Clubhouse throughout the day.