Anderson Creek Hunting Preserve (ACHP), 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’ for self-guided hunting with purchased birds (except deer).

In an effort to share the land and knowledge of farming and habitat for animals, the Farrar family founded ACHP on what was once the Farrar and Farrar Dairy Farm. 1500 acres of beautiful south-eastern agriculture and wooded land with 100 acres of land converted back to wetlands with observation points for wildlife of all kinds. We have eight 30-40 acre blocks of land with different styles of habitat, from wide open fields, to thin or thick woods, from flat lands to step and rolling hills. We believe our place showcases the beauty and versatility of rural lands in North Carolina.

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.

News at Anderson Creek Hunting

3 male Brittany puppies available to go home December 15th 2020

Posted on December 14, 2020

Tower Hunt: Saturday November 25th, January 9th, February 6th, March 6th

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Brittany puppies

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Posted on April 9, 2020

We are getting ready for the next bird hunting season that starts here in North Carolina on October 1, 2020.  

Update – Jack Cotton GSP

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James, On March 7,  Oak Hill Shooting Preserve held the 1st Keith Pittman Memorial Field Trial. There were 23 competing dogs. Jack Cotton turned in a winning score to take the first place trophy.  It must be noted that Jack and his owner/handler John were trained and coached by Ken Adams of Anderson Creek Shooting Preserve. We had a great day and I could not be more proud of Jack. How to see you soon. John