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Anadarche Creek Ranch is untouched native landscape just North of Lake Murray in Carter County. The majority of the property is covered in thick oak timber, but tall native grass and Crosstimbers habitat dominates the roads and openings on the property as a result of prescribed burning. This area is known for producing excellent whitetail deer, as well as wild turkey. A pond has been built on the west side of the property and two creeks converge on the south end of the property forming the Eastern arm of Anadarche Creek, which ultimately flows into Lake Murray.
*Ardmore - 7 miles
*Marietta - 24 miles
*Lake Murray Boat Ramp - 5.5 miles
*Oklahoma City - 109 miles
*DFW - 91 miles
*Paved County Road frontage
*Spring-fed creek drainage
*Seasonal creek drainage
*Electricity available at road
*Rural Water available 1/4 mile North
*Water wells readily accessible in the area
*Approximately +/-38 inches of annual precipitation
*Thick Crosstimbers habitat
*Healthy Native Grass
*Upland Post Oak timber
*Bottomland Red Oak flats
*90' of elevation change
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