Tranquility Farms tracts are incredible properties featuring both desirable elevation and beauty. This area is a hunters paradise with plenty of deer, turkey, and other wildlife.This property provides a great place to build, hunt or both with beautiful rolling terrain views. Approximately 60% open and 40% wooded with live creek on east side and a newly constructed 2 ½ acre lake make this an unforgettable property.
All this adds to a beautiful scenic property like no other conveniently located in Southeastern Oklahoma. With paved road frontage and easy access from US Highway 271 southeast of Antlers, Oklahoma, you will not find a better place to call home! Electricity is located along the county road and the state highway. Each tract has a combination of not only open pasture but many trees and offers incredible views of the countryside.
Tranquility Farms has something to offer for everyone looking for the opportunity of living a casual country lifestyle.
This part of Oklahoma is absolutely gorgeous.
With its beautiful landscapes, warm weather, plentiful lakes and streams and Southern hospitality southeastern Oklahoma is becoming a popular choice for people looking to relocate. The crystal clear lakes, rugged mountains, secluded meadows and piney woods create a diverse array of geography and wildlife.
Residents of southeastern Oklahoma enjoy limitless opportunities for outdoor recreation. Choctaw county alone boasts many public lakes close enough to enjoy any outdoor activity. Thousands of acres of public lands offer ample opportunities for wildlife viewing and bird watching. Horseback riding, hiking, camping and several public and private golf courses are only minutes away from everyone's front door.
Choctaw County is located in southeastern Oklahoma with Hugo serving as the county seat. It contains 774 square miles, which ranks it 42nd in size with other Oklahoma counties and takes its name from the Indian tribal name, "Chahta.
The Red River forms the county's recreational activities for outdoor lovers. In addition, Raymond Gary State Park southern boundary while 13,000-acre Hugo Lake anchors the is located just south of Fort Towson. Hugo has been nationally recognized for revitalizing its impressive railroad legacy and for capturing the magical days of railroad in its Frisco Depot Museum and Harvey House Restaurant.
The famous Grant's Blue Grass Music Festival, the oldest and largest blue-grass festival west of the Mississippi, brings together music lovers and the nation's top bluegrass musicians in beautiful Salt Creek Park.
Hugo Lake State Park
Imagine waking up in your beautiful log cabin and enjoying breakfast on the deck, while you look out over the lake from your perch on a scenic bluff. It's waiting for you at Hugo Lake State Park.
Located in scenic southeastern Oklahoma, this long established recreation destination offers family fun, boating, abundant fishing opportunities and spectacular sunsets. We offer 16 two-bedroom resort cabins, 10 primitive cabins (no restroom), a 56-slip full service marina with ships store, pavillions, picnic sites with grills and tables, pontoon boat rentals, and hiking, biking and nature trails. All cabins feature a deck with lake view and include fireplaces and heat/air. Larger cabins are fully furnished with kitchen, bath facilities, and air conditioning. A Hospitality and Training Center is also on site with four bedrooms, large living space and meeting room. RV and tent camping also available. Rates: $40-$60 primitive cabins, $100-$125 resort cabins.
Features/Facilities: Handicap Accessible • In-Room Fireplace • Kitchen • Lake/River View • Pets Allowed • Pontoon Rental • Satellite/Cable TV • Bicycle Rental • Credit Cards Accepted • 289 park acres • 16 family-style cabins with air-conditioning and heating, fireplaces and picture windows overlooking decks • 10 primitive cabins with fireplaces, screened-in windows and air-conditioning • Hospitality and Training Center with 4 bedrooms, a large living facility and meeting room • 10 tent campsites with grills, picnic tables and fire rings • Boating • Fishing • Watersports • 56-slip full service marina with ship store • Hiking, Biking and Nature Trails • Satellite TV
Nearby: Frisco Depot Museum and Harvey House Lunchroom, Hugo • Circus City USA, Hugo • Historic Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Hugo
Ouachita National Forest
Ouachita National Forest is just down the road.
The Ouachita National Forest is the South's oldest national forest, compromising more than 1.6 million acres. Rich in history, the rugged Ouachita Mountains were first explored in 1541 by Hernando De Soto's party of Spainards. French explorers followed, flavoring the region with names like Fourche la Fave River. "Ouachita" is the French spelling of the Indian word Washita which means "good hunting grounds".
Stretching from near the center of Arkansas to southeast Oklahoma, the Ouachita Mountains are generously endowed with a multitude of recreational opportunities. Sightseeing is a popular way to view changing landscapes throughout the year. travel the Talimena Scenic Byway or Highway 7 National Scenic Byway for great photo opportunities at each breathtaking vista. Top-notch trails cut through these mountains for hiking, biking, and horseback riding.
One of the most popular is the Ouachita National Recreation Trail, which traverses 192 miles across the rugged, scenic peaks of the Ouachita Mountains. Watersport enthusiast's can canoe the scenic Caddo River and float or fish the Little Missouri and Ouachita Rivers. Most major recreation areas are located near a freeflowing creek, stream, or river so campers can enjoy swimming, boating, or fishing.
The Ouachitas also provide some of the best hunting for wild turkey, deer, and other game in-season. Besides outdoor fun, the forest provides timber and other forest products for the nation. The forest's ecosystem management policy guarantees both healthy land now and careful use of the forest for the future.
More than 600 miles of trails for hiking, biking, and horseback riding are available, ranging from short interpretive trails of less than 1 mile to longer routes on the 192-mile Ouachita National Trail. Trails vary in level of difficulty from primitive trails in wilderness areas to paved, interpretive trails, some for physically challenged visitors. Some trails are available for a variety of uses(equestrian, mountain bike, off-road vehicle), while others are single use, so please check with the local Forest Service office for information before your trip.
Thirty-three camp and picnic grounds are available during the late spring, summer and early fall. Selected areas remain open year-round to accommodate fall and winter visitors. A fee is charged to use some national forest recreation areas. Fees vary based on the type of services provided at each area. Scenic Byways The Ouachita has two designated National Forest Scenic Byways: Arkansas Scenic Highway 7 and Talimena Scenic Byway crossing mountain tops from Arkansas into Oklahoma. Both byways offer visitors outstanding opportunities to enjoy pleasure driving and scenic viewing.
The variety of enjoyable experiences provided by the assortment of rivers on the Ouachita is remarkably wide, ranging from unmatched trout streams to rugged whitewater rivers, to peaceful passages ideal for first-time floaters. Some of the Forest's most popular waterways are the Caddo and Ouachita Rivers and the two designated Wild and Scenic Rivers, Cossatot and Little Missouri.
Our waters abound with largemouth, smallmouth or spotted bass, green sunfish, longear sunfish, catfish, bluegill, and crappie.
Hunting is permitted anywhere on the Ouachita National Forest except within developed recreation areas or otherwise posted sites. All State hunting and fishing regulations, fees, and seasons apply on national forest land.