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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).

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Posted by Anderson Creek Hunting Preserve on Wednesday, December 2, 2015

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Update on Pepper and Crew


Posted on September 19, 2016

GSPs say “weeeeeeeeee!!!”


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2016 Labor Day Weekend Dove Hunt Photo Album


Posted on September 13, 2016

Photos from the 2016 Labor Day Weekend opening dove hunt at Anderson Creek Hunting Preserve.

Update – Josie the Brittany Spaniel


Posted on August 22, 2016

James, Wanted to send you an update on Josie. She was the only white and orange out of Whisper’s February litter. The picture is of her at 4 weeks and 5 1/2 months, thought it was great. You wouldn’t believe she was the same pup with all the color and ticking that’s come in. She was housebroken at 4 months, we trained her on an underground fence in about 2 weeks and she travels like a champ. She’s not only a great family dog here in the suburbs letting toddlers poke her in the face, I’ve taken her out in some cutover pine fields and she will hunt without being … Continue reading

Annual Labor Day Dove Hunt 2016


Posted on August 17, 2016

We will have pig picking lunch on Saturday, September 5th. We have lots of sunflower and millet planted and many acres of wheat that is burnt as well of disked land. $85 for Sat only with pig picking, or $100 for Saturday (with pig picking) and Monday.  $25 for Monday no lunch and each Sat after during dove season. Come visit us and see what we are doing and make your reservation. Please contact us (via our website contact info) for more info.

Update – Penny the GSP


Posted on August 16, 2016

James – Hope everyone at Anderson Creek is doing well and surviving the heat. It’s been a little while since I shared pictures of the dynamic duo. Easton was a year old on 4/29 and Penny turned a year on 8/1. They play together all day and put on quite the show after dinner every night. Penny will have her first “real” hunt on opening day of dove season. I’ll let you know how she does with all the chaos. She’s doing pretty well (despite her incompetent owner). Have a good evening. -Sam