P-H Farms Boar Hunting Ranch
P-H Farms, located in Pawnee County in northern central Oklahoma, is approximately 45 miles west of Tulsa. With its varied terrain from gently rolling hills, oak ridges, pecan trees, cedar draws, persimmon thickets, agricultural fields, creeks and ponds, it is a wildlife paradise for many different species. P-H Farms offers some of the finest wild boar hunting in Oklahoma at the Boar Hunting Ranch. They also offer guided Rio Grande turkey hunts, a limited number of whitetail deer hunts, guided fishing trips for hybrid, striped and sand bass, and hunting leases.
The ranch is set up to accommodate up to 10 hunters at a time, and each hunter is allowed to use archery, rifle, black powder and pistols for the wild hog hunting. Hog hunting at the ranch is open year round and no license is required.
P-H Farms Boar Hunting Ranch also offers two rustic log cabins. The cabins are set along the side of a 5-acre pond, and includes a private room with queen sized bed, a room with two twin beds, a bathroom, kitchen and living room. The cabins are filled with rustic log furniture and the living room also includes a futon that makes out into a full bed. Larger parties will enjoy the bunkhouse, which includes eight beds, a living room with card table, couch, satellite TV, a DVD player, a full kitchen with refrigerator, oven and stove, microwave, coffee maker, kitchen sink and table. A full bathroom, and separate room consisting of two beds and a lockable door for privacy, complete the bunkhouse.