Pontotoc Ridge Preserve
Pontotoc, OK 74820
Located just south of Ada, the Pontotoc Ridge Preserve boasts 2,906 acres in the crosstimbers ecoregion. Visitors to this unique area will see a mix of different habitats including mixed grass and tallgrass prairie, hardwood forest and savannah, as well as at least four caves and a few sinkholes. All traffic to the preserve is controlled to keep the area in its original state. No power lines or permanant roads have been built on the preserve in order to maintain this pristine area.
A variety of wildlife calls this south-central Oklahoma preserve home. Over 194 bird species, 100 ...
General Information: Free admission
Group Amenities: Advance Group Reservations Required
Tour Information: Guided Tours
Open year round. Call in advance for access to the park.
From Fittstown, drive S on Hwy 99/377 to Pontotoc/Johnson County line (approx 8 mi). Travel E on Country Rd 1 mi, turn N & follow road 1.5 mi to Preserve entrance.
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