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Property Listing: Status: Active (Listed on: 10/18/2021)

Grab a nice chunk of heaven with Incredible mountain views!

Property ID:
10.00 Acres +/-
Owner Financing Available
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General Location:
Kiamichi Wilderness of Big Mountan
City, State Zip:
Moyers, OK 74557
Pushmataha County
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If you are looking for a beautiful area to build a cabin or your dream home in the hills, this is your opportunity!

Get away from everything, no traffic, no noise, no anything.

Set up your self sufficient spot and have some peace and quiet!

*** Payment Options ***

Cash: 10 acres for 19,000k Cash


Finance: 10 acres for 20k, with $8k down at 12%

The Kiamichi Wilderness is approximately 10,000 acres of land around Big Mountain in Pushmataha County, alongside the Kiamichi River near Antlers Oklahoma. It was purchased/subdivided in the 1970's by a real estate developer and sold to residents of Oklahoma and Texas as a "get-away" place for weekend fun. It has grown since then to a vibrant community, complete with a Volunteer Fire Department and a Landowner's association.

Landowners here come from all walks of life. All are drawn here by the beauty of the rocky hills, trees, clear-running creeks, rambling trails, abundant wildlife, and quiet living. Many choose to build cabins here and teach their children about nature, preservation, and the simple lives people lived so long ago. Others still choose to retire here; escaping the noise of the big city and building long-lasting relationships in our community.
The KWLA was formed in the 80's to help bring the community together, maintain the roads, provide security, and establish common hunting and land use rules. There are well over one hundred miles of roads within the wilderness, and the primary goal of the KWLA is to maintain the main artery (Sherman road) as far into the wilderness as funds allow. Since KWLA dues are not mandatory as part of purchasing land here, it is requested that each landowner do their part by paying annual dues ($150). In addition to road maintenance, these dues pay for things like gate and grounds security, community maintenance, etc. The KWLA board is comprised of 5-7 members, all unpaid, and terms are 2 years. All volunteers to join the board or committees are welcome to apply.

The Kiamichi Wilderness Volunteer Fire Department (KWVFD) provides a great service to the community in the event of fire or medical emergencies, and hosts a helipad for quick transportation to local hospitals. (source Web Link )

No utilities are available on the property currently, roads are maintained by the community members or Kiamichi Wilderness.

The Landowner's association is voluntary and dues are not mandatory either.

The Kiamichi Wilderness is considered Private Property by the State of Oklahoma. All road maintenance and normal policing services (traffic control, patrolling neighborhoods, etc.) commonly provided by cities are the responsibility of the landowners in the Kiamichi Wilderness. While the County Sheriff and emergency medical will respond to all 911 calls, cell coverage in the Wilderness is spotty, at best. The KWLA and KWVFD maintain roads, provide gate and limited security, and monitor local VHF radio traffic for reports of fires, injuries, etc. Registration helps to protect the landowner in the event of an emergency and allow the emergency responders to contact landowners to report problems. ALL landowner information is kept confidential, not sold to outside organizations, or shared with other landowners not acting under official KWLA or KWVFD business. For these services, we ask landowners to pay $150 annually to offset costs.

There are 2 types of landowner registration: "dues-paying", or "non-dues-paying". While we encourage all landowners to pay dues, we understand that some landowners may not be able or willing to pay dues. For this reason, we set up both types of registrations with full site access (once verified as landowners). Both registration types will be notified to renew annually, with the hope that non-dues-paying members become dues-paying members at some point.

Landowner registration is a relatively simple process. Once you select the "Landowner Registration" menu item at the left:
1. Select the type of membership you're registering for; dues paying (preferred), or non-dues paying.
2. Complete the information requested. Minimally, you'll be asked to provide your name/contact information and lot number.
3. We will review your submission. Once approved, you'll receive an email with your username and temp password.
4. Sign in to the site, complete your registration, and make your payment (assuming you're registered as dues-paying)
5. For those who are already current on their dues, they will not be required to make payment until their next payment is due. Renewal is automatic, and you will be notified when the next payment is due.
6. For those who are registered as non-dues paying, they will only be asked to renew annually. (source Web Link )

Those that purchase the property will be able to access the associate website if due paying or not. The Association has meetings and helps build an incredible community with events and encourages community involvement.

*Photos are from property from this area.

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