Abundant wildlife and varied landscapes make Oklahoma a top hunting destination. Enjoy the thrill of the hunt when you select one of these welcoming hunting ranches, boasting home-cooked meals, spacious lodges and knowledgeable hunting guides.
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Oklahoma welcomes hunters year round with a variety of hunting seasons, species and prime hunting lands. Whether tracking big game or listening close for a chirp or a gobble, you’ll enjoy the sport even more at one of these impressive hunting ranches. Cozy accommodations, friendly hunting guides and exciting hunting packages are sure to make your next hunting trip a success.
Hunters of all skill level will enjoy tracking deer, wild turkey, hogs, rams, exotic game and a variety of fowl at No Mercy Hunting Services. Tucked away in southwestern Oklahoma, this family-operated ranch offers both high fence and free-roaming hunts on their Caddo County property.
Start each day with a successful hunt and end it with a hot meal, before bunking down in one of No Mercy's two rustic lodges, both comfortably equipped with a fully furnished kitchen and private bedrooms.
An exciting landscape with a wide choice of cover makes Red Rock Ranch in Marland an ideal spot for hunting quail, pheasant and chukar. Hunts at Red Rock Ranch are guided by an experienced hunter and split into two locations.
Enjoy a morning hunt followed by a hearty meal served at the ranch lodge, which overlooks the scenic Arkansas River. The lodge welcomes hunters following the afternoon hunt. Hunting packages at this ranch include a delicious home-cooked dinner and a restful evening surrounded by all the comforts of home.
Settled on the banks of Grand Lake, Cherokee Spur Ranch offers quail and pheasant hunts by day and top notch accommodations by night. This 6,000-square-foot lodge in Afton welcomes hunters with amenities like flat screen televisions in each room, a large patio and private hot tub, game tables and a wet bar.
When hunters aren’t relaxing in the impressive lodge, they are out with a guide on a thrilling hunt. Cherokee Spur Ranch occupies 1,000 acres and the ranch staff goes to great lengths to control the habitat to make for successful hunts. The ranch is known for some of the best hunting of quail and pheasant in the state.
Another top destination for hunting dove and quail in the state is Buffalo Creek Lodge & Guide Service. This Sweetwater ranch boasts 5,000 acres of rolling prairie land prime for hunting. Numerous creeks and ponds, oak thickets and prairie grasses welcome wild birds.
Take your own hunting dog or use the trained dogs available at the ranch to ensure a successful hunt. Experience a real ranch retreat when you tuck into the Buffalo Creek Lodge after your hunt, where you’ll find an archery range, horseshoe pit, pool table and outdoor fire pit.
A one-of-a-kind waterfowl hunt is waiting for you at the Law Dawg Hunting Lodge in Cogar. The lodge is located on a beautiful stretch of land made up of rolling hills and sandy looms in a central flyway zone ideal for hunting waterfowl.
Guided goose and duck hunts are conducted from pit blinds, layout blinds, feed fields, boats and slews on the property, which backs up to Fort Cobb Reservoir. Each evening, turn in to the cozy lodge that features a wood burning stove, flat screen televisions and the Duck Call Bar, where hunters gather around to shoot pool, play darts and exchange hunting tales.
Duck hunting doesn’t get better than what you’ll find at Addison Ranch in Marietta. Located along the central flyway, this ranch features two managed wet lands that are hot spots for an assortment of waterfowl. After a thrilling day of hunting, return to the ranch lodge to curl up by the fire and enjoy views of the breathtaking scenery. Select a combination hunting package at Addison Ranch for a challenging adventure with an experienced guide.