Woolaroc Fall Trail Ride   - Sep 12, 2015

Woolaroc Fall Trail Ride Woolaroc Museum & Wildlife Preserve
1925 Woolaroc Ranch Rd
Bartlesville, OK 74003

Phone: 918-336-0307
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Watch for buffalo, elk, deer or longhorn cattle on this trail ride that covers approximately 15 miles of scenic terrain on the famous Woolaroc Ranch. Bring your own horse and join the group for a day-long ride over 3,700 acres of ranch land. Hidden away amongst the beauty of the rolling Osage Hills, the country retreat of oilman Frank Phillips will open its gates to riders looking to explore native terrain that is rarely seen by the general public.

The Woolaroc Fall Trail Ride includes overnight primitive camping on Friday prior to the ride, a morning and afternoon guided trail ride and admission to Woolaroc. The trail ride fee also includes lunch and dinner on Saturday.  Riders must provide their own horses and gear. While not on the trail, participants can enjoy all that Woolaroc has to offer, including the on-site lodge and museum, featuring a premier Western art collection, one of the world's finest collections of Colt firearms and an extensive collection of Navajo blankets.

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9:00 am

5:00 pm

Located 12 miles SW of Bartlesville on Hwy 123.

Primary Contact:

Paula Blackwell

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From Karen Meyer on 05/27/13

Spring Woolaroc trail ride took place on May 4, 2013. I have enjoyed this ride through the years very much. This year my three horse loving grandchildern were able to visit with me but unfortunately I do not have enough horses to accomodate attending the ride with them, they were sad but I called Woolaroc office anyway to ask if we could at least join in the meal after the ride to sit with our friends and enjoy time together. They were very accommodating allowing us to pay for the meal when we arrived. My grandchildren learned at the museum, loved on every critter they could pet at the zoo area and if allowed, would have brushed and loved on very horse brought to the ride. Thank you friends at Woolaroc

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