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Oklahoma Hunting Land 4 Sale
SaddleGap Ranch, Yanush, Oklahoma
80Acres
$145,000
This beautiful hunting property is nestled deep in the woods on the northside of Lake Sardis in Latimer County, Southeast Oklahoma. This is an opportunity to own 80 acres of secluded property with native timber, wet weather creeks, varied terrain which has not been actively hunted for over a decade.
Oklahoma Hunting Land 4 Sale
SaddleGap Ranch, Yanush, Oklahoma
80Acres
This beautiful hunting property is nestled deep in the woods on the northside of Lake Sardis in Latimer County, Southeast Oklahoma. This is an opportunity to own 80 acres of secluded property with native timber, wet weather creeks, varied terrain which has not been actively hunted for over a decade.
$145,000
Oklahoma Hunting Land 4 Sale
SaddleGap Ranch, Yanush, Oklahoma
$145,000
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77.47Acres
$250,000
You have GOT to see this amazing 77 acre property conveniently located between popular McGee Creek and The Indian Nation Turnpike in Redden Atoka County, OK. With just a bit of tender care this farmland offers spacious meadows of a mixture of sandy loam & clay loam soil.
Recreational Acreage near McGee Creek, Atoka County, OK 77 AC
OK-43, Daisy, OKLAHOMA 75450
77.47Acres
You have GOT to see this amazing 77 acre property conveniently located between popular McGee Creek and The Indian Nation Turnpike in Redden Atoka County, OK. With just a bit of tender care this farmland offers spacious meadows of a mixture of sandy loam & clay loam soil.
$250,000
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Oklahoma, Pushmataha County, 5.43 Acres
Lot 49 Trophy Ridge III, Clayton, Oklahoma 74536
5.43Acres
$19,000
Trophy Ridge - Phase III Lot 49 5.43 Acre Trophy Ridge, Phase III, is perched on the western edge of the vast Ouachita Mountain Range, in Southeastern Oklahoma. The property has access via OK-43 on the north, outside of Daisy, OK, for easy driving from both North Texas or Oklahoma. This lot is being offered for sale with financing.
Oklahoma, Pushmataha County, 5.43 Acres
Lot 49 Trophy Ridge III, Clayton, Oklahoma 74536
5.43Acres
Trophy Ridge - Phase III Lot 49 5.43 Acre Trophy Ridge, Phase III, is perched on the western edge of the vast Ouachita Mountain Range, in Southeastern Oklahoma. The property has access via OK-43 on the north, outside of Daisy, OK, for easy driving from both North Texas or Oklahoma. This lot is being offered for sale with financing.
$19,000
Oklahoma, Pushmataha County, 5.43 Acres
Lot 49 Trophy Ridge III, Clayton, Oklahoma 74536
$19,000
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Oklahoma, Okfuskee County, 4.97 Acre
Lot 1 Deep Fork Ranch, Okemah, Oklahoma 74859
4.97Acres
$36,500
Deep Fork Ranch Lot 1 4.97 Acres This beautiful land features open meadows and an assortment of mature 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 Deep Fork Ranch a true landowner's dream.
Oklahoma, Okfuskee County, 4.97 Acre
Lot 1 Deep Fork Ranch, Okemah, Oklahoma 74859
4.97Acres
Deep Fork Ranch Lot 1 4.97 Acres This beautiful land features open meadows and an assortment of mature 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 Deep Fork Ranch a true landowner's dream.
$36,500
Oklahoma, Okfuskee County, 4.97 Acre
Lot 1 Deep Fork Ranch, Okemah, Oklahoma 74859
$36,500
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1.20Acres
$42,000
What a site to build your cabin in paradise! Enjoy the peace as you sit under the 50' pines and hardwoods, listening to the river's rushing waters. Set your cabin amonst the peaceful sounds of Mountain Fork River. Enjoy swimming, canoeing, and freshwater fishing, within walking distance from your cabin.
Mountain Fork River Development McCurtain County, OK Tract 14 1.2 AC
1137 Bobcat Rd, Broken Bow, OKLAHOMA 74728
1.20Acres
What a site to build your cabin in paradise! Enjoy the peace as you sit under the 50' pines and hardwoods, listening to the river's rushing waters. Set your cabin amonst the peaceful sounds of Mountain Fork River. Enjoy swimming, canoeing, and freshwater fishing, within walking distance from your cabin.
$42,000
Mountain Fork River Development McCurtain County, OK Tract 14 1.2 AC
1137 Bobcat Rd, Broken Bow, OKLAHOMA 74728
$42,000
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Oklahoma, Pushmataha County, 16.65 Acre
Lot 87 Trophy Ridge II, Clayton, Oklahoma 74536
16.65Acres
$20,000
Trophy Ridge II Lot 87 16.65 Acre Tract 87 is a great tract of mountain land with dirt road access along the northern and western boundaries. The tract of land is quite level. Tree coverage is moderate to heavy. Several open spots would be perfect for building a weekend cabin. No power or modern conveniences make this a true off grid plot of mountain land.
Oklahoma, Pushmataha County, 16.65 Acre
Lot 87 Trophy Ridge II, Clayton, Oklahoma 74536
16.65Acres
Trophy Ridge II Lot 87 16.65 Acre Tract 87 is a great tract of mountain land with dirt road access along the northern and western boundaries. The tract of land is quite level. Tree coverage is moderate to heavy. Several open spots would be perfect for building a weekend cabin. No power or modern conveniences make this a true off grid plot of mountain land.
$20,000
Oklahoma, Pushmataha County, 16.65 Acre
Lot 87 Trophy Ridge II, Clayton, Oklahoma 74536
$20,000
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At LandHub we have a large selection of land for sale in Oklahoma. Check out the different types of land available including acreage, ranches, rural properties, hunting land, and more. Start looking in Oklahoma for land for sale today with the help of LandHub.

When the sun set on April 21, 1889 there was no town on the windswept Oklahoma plains. The next day when the sun went down there was an Oklahoma City with 10,000 settlers. At noon on the 22nd the federal government opened “unassigned lands,” land not allocated for Indian reservations, to homesteaders who raced to stake a claim around a single thread of track on the Santa Fe Railroad. Getting land in Oklahoma is a little less stressful these days but can be every bit as exciting.

Most of the Sooners stayed near the cities of Oklahoma City and Tulsa, especially after they became oil boomtowns. Oklahoma City is the only capital city in the world with oil derricks within its boundaries and Tulsa is home to some of the country’s best Art Deco architecture from the go-go days of the 1920s. That leaves most of the state still unsettled.

The Oklahoma of cowboys and wide-open spaces do not get going until the eastern part of the state shakes off the Ouachita Mountains, one of Oklahoma’s four mountain ranges. The Ouachitas are home to the oldest and largest national forest in the southern United States. The big game is so abundant here hunters have been known to gush that it is the “deer capital of the world.” The towns even have names like Antlers. Check out Pushmataha and Choctaw counties for land to join in the bonanza.

Novelist John Steinbeck, who chronicled the travails of “Okies” escaping the Dust Bowl of the 1930s in The Grapes of Wrath might find it difficult to believe but boating is one of the most popular outdoor activities in 21st century Oklahoma. More than 200 artificial lakes, the most in America, make it so. Undeveloped lakefront land is never far away in the Sooner State.

Frequently Asked Questions

Oklahoma is a state situated in the south-central area of the United States. Kansas, Texas, Missouri, Arkansas, New Mexico, and Colorado are its neighboring states. Oklahoma City is the capital of the state. Oklahoma City also happens to be the largest city in the state.

Some Facts About Oklahoma

  1. The state name is derived from the words ‘Okla’ and ‘humma’ which means ‘red people’.
  2. The nickname of the state is the “The Sooner State”.
  3. 24% of the state’s land is forest. The state also has 34 major reservoirs.
  4. The only county to touch four states is Cimarron County. It touches New Mexico, Colorado, Kansas, and Texas.
  5. The state has the most number of man-made lakes in the country. It has around 200 such lakes.
  6. “Labor Omnia Vincit” is the motto of the state. It means labor conquers all things.
  7. The electric guitar was invented by Bob Dunn who hails from Beggs.
  8. The University of Central Oklahoma is the state’s first school for higher education.
  9. There are four mountain ranges in the state. They are Arbuckles, Wichitas, Ouachitas, and Kiamichis.

Why buy a Property or House in Oklahoma?

Oklahoma is a beautiful state that has a lot to offer. The crime stats indicate that the state is a lot safer than most other states in the country. The cost of living is also relatively less than in other states. The property values have been constant for some years and the state is ranked 16th out of 228 best cities to buy a house in the United States. There are many recreational activities to do like hiking, horseback riding, hunting, fishing, and camping. They also have casinos for those that like gambling. The education system in the state is also excellent with many top-notch universities. There are abundant job opportunities in the state.

How Is The Climate In Oklahoma?

According to Köppen’s climate classification, Oklahoma has generally a humid subtropical climate. Summers are hot and humid whereas winters are mild to cold in the eastern regions. Summers are quite long, humid, and cloudy. The temperature in summer goes above 100 Degrees Fahrenheit for 15 to 35 days whereas it goes above 90 Degrees Fahrenheit for 65 to 115 days. During winters, the temperature goes below freezing for 105 to 140 days. The state receives an average annual rainfall of 18 inches. The month of May receives the maximum amount of rainfall.

What Is The Cost Of Living In Oklahoma?

The cost of living is calculated by taking the average cost of living in all the states of the United States. This average is taken as the base and considered as 100. An index is calculated for each state and compared with this base. An index above 100 indicates that the state is expensive. On the other hand, if the index is less than 100 then it indicates otherwise. The cost of living in Oklahoma is 83. This indicates that the state is relatively cheaper than other states. Housing is the biggest factor that contributes in bringing the index down.

How Is The Real Estate Market Performing In Oklahoma?

The real estate market is very hot. The average value of a house in Oklahoma is $128,800. This is a 4.6% rise from last year’s values. It is anticipated that home values are going to rise by 4% next year. The average price of a house that is listed in the state is $194,500. The average price of selling is $147,700. The average price of rent is $1,000. Oklahoma may not only be a good investment option but also a decent place to settle down.

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