Buck Creek Ranch has approximately 2,000 prime time
deer hunting acres. The intense game management of
Buck Creek Ranch guarantees a shot at an 8 point buck or better or “you don’t pay”*.
Buck Creek Ranch is located in southeast Pittsburg County, 8 miles north of Daisy, OK. The Oklahoma
record for size was broken twice in 2007 just a short distance away. This area is the crème de la
crème of deer hunting in OK. The ranch has a varied terrain, from bottom land covered with huge oak
trees to mountainous land with one mountain called Bald Mountain. The bottom land, according to the
earliest maps found, has Buck Creek running through it. Even though the ranch has several pastures,
there has not been any cattle on it that usually competes with wildlife. Buck Creek Ranch offers a
variety of hunting from deer, wild boar, turkey, dove, waterfowl, to coyote. The ranch also offers
photography, bird watching and fishing. Two Choctaw Casinos are only 25 minutes away for the occasional gambler.
Buck Creek is located in Daisy, OK with the west side of the ranch bordering the Indian Nation Turnpike, just
2 hours northeast of Dallas, 2 hours south of Tulsa and 2 hours southeast of Oklahoma City.
Here is a
map for the location of Buck Creek Ranch.
*If you do not harvest an 8 point buck or better, a nominal fee is charged for food and lodging.