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Anderson Creek Hunting Preserve, LLC is located in south eastern Harnett county on the north prong (Black’s Swamp) of Anderson Creek off of Hwy 210, between Lillington and Spring Lake in North Carolina. NO-MEMBERSHIPS required, we don’t charge a ‘grounds fee’, and hunting activities (during season) can always be scheduled even when we are away at trade shows.

In an effort to share the land and knowledge of farming and habitat for animals, the Farrar family founded Anderson Creek Hunting Preserve, LLC on what was once the Farrar and Farrar Dairy Farm. The Anderson Creek Hunting Preserve of North Carolina has access to 1500 acres of beautiful south-eastern agriculture and wooded land for bird hunting use, with 100 acres of additional land converted back to wetlands which will include nature trails and observation points for wildlife of all kinds. We will have eight 30-40 acre blocks of land with at least 8 different styles of habitat, from wide open fields, to thin or thick woods, from flat lands to step and rolling hills. We feel our place will be a show case for hunting and out door recreation in NC.

We are approximately 40 minutes from Pinehurst, Southern Pines, Sanford, Fayetteville, Fuquay – Varina, Benson and I-95. We are approximately an hour from Raleigh, Smithfield, Lumberton and Uwharrie National Forest in Troy NC. We are about 3 hours from the North Carolina coast and about 4 hours to the North Carolina mountains, and 2 hours from the North Carolina – Virginia (VA) border and a little less to the North Carolina – South Carolina (SC) border.

We proudly have NC Hunter Safety Instructors on our staff, and offer Hunter Safety Classes (for available dates please call 910-988-1042).

News at Anderson Creek Hunting


3 Pups!!! :)


Posted on June 19, 2015

This Norfolk family got 3 pups at the same time. The pups couldn’t have a better home. Everyone loves an Anderson Creek pup!

Rowdy the GSP


Posted on June 10, 2015

James, Rowdy says Howdy Buckaroos. Rowdy turns 1 year old on the 24th.  He has had all his shots and is in perfect health.  He is as happy as he is healthy.  Potty training was a breeze with only a couple minor setbacks.  He is getting better on attacking his food dish.  I work hard on not over treating him, but it’s difficult for me.  Getting him to stay is the hardest task with all his energy.He weighs 48 pounds on his last weighing.  My goal is to not let him get over 60 pounds as you suggested.  I realize I can tweak that according to his growth. When we … Continue reading

Update on Maddox the GSP


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Now that is why we raise these dogs. Because that is what we think!!! She said this is him now but he has become a wild child at times LOL. “Thank you and Thank you again. Getting him is the best thing that has ever happened to me!”

Maddox the GSP – a hard, hard life indeed! :)


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Maddox said being a growing GSP puppy it was hard but he thinks he can make it.

Gus says ‘Aloha’!


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Joe writes to tell us Gus the GSP is growing up and doing well!

Ken Making New Food Plots 2015


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Ken Making New Food Plots at Anderson Creek Hunting Preserve, NC, 2015.