• Photo by: Simon Hurst

  • Endangered Ark in Hugo

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  • Berry picking at Wild Things Farm

    Photo by: Simon Hurst


Dive headfirst into the world of agriculture by trying your hand at feeding cattle, riding the fenceline atop a horse, working the land by visiting a u-pick farm or staying at a working Oklahoma ranch. From pumpkin patches to picking and cutting your own Christmas tree, there's plenty of farm-fresh fun in Oklahoma. Learn to milk a cow, feed barnyard newborns or get lost in an Oklahoma corn maze on your own agricultural adventure.

Order free agritourism brochures to help inspire your agricultural escape to places where things move at a more relaxed pace, where you can get back in touch with nature and where life just seems a little more balanced. Agritourism adventures can take you horseback riding or berry picking and teach you about the wine-making process. Visit one of Oklahoma's many wineries that welcome visitors to walk through flourishing vineyards and relax together with a glass of their favorite boutique wine.

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As fall rolls around each year, farms in Oklahoma gear up to share their harvest bounty with plump pumpkins, vast corn mazes and family-friendly autumn fun. read more

Create new family memories this holiday season with a trip to an Oklahoma Christmas tree farm and enter a world of evergreen trees, merriment and Christmas cheer. read more

Farms across Oklahoma are throwing open their gates and inviting visitors to enjoy bountiful harvests of ripe berries, sweet peaches, fresh vegetables and more. Return to the farm for a seasonal u-pick experience or head to a farmers market for flavorful fresh produce. read more

Find unexpected treasures of taste and experience with a tour of central Oklahoma's wine country. read more

To wrap up her locavore adventure, Shauna Lawyer Struby highlights more local shops, farmers markets and restaurants for foodies. read more

The Living Kitchen Farm & Dairy in Bristow is the first stop for Shauna Lawyer Struby's look at locavore destinations. read more