Shepherd's Cross, located near Claremore, is a scenic retreat from life's hectic pace featuring 120 acres of rolling hills, pasture and forested land, as well as a healthy dose of English countryside flair. The reproduction of the historic 1920s farm home and Amish built red gambrel roof barn and silo give a true taste of historic American farm country. The extensive Bible Gardens and sheep gracing the pastures make for a picturesque day in the country.
Shepherd's Cross is a working farm and Christian mission. The farm is a working sheep farm that hosts a variety of other animals and horticultural commodities. There is a picnic area and Shepherd's Shop, a specialty gift shop featuring many woolly and sheep related crafts and gifts. Shepherd's Cross also gives wagonrides. A small concession stand is available and the property is handicap accessible.
The farm hosts The Farm Museum and Educational Silo, as well as a working wool mill. Tours of the farm, including the wool mill, museum, petting the animals and the Bible Garden are available. The farm is Animal Welfare Approved and grass fed-finished. Shepherd's Cross sells specialty meats, wool products, yarns, fiber and hand crafts.
Tours and drop by visitors are welcome. Bus tours and large tours are required to schedule activities in advance.
PricingAdmission is free, but donations of $5 per person are suggested.
While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the pricing listed above, prices are subject to change without notice.