Croton Creek Guest Ranch

Croton Creek Guest Ranch9513 N 1802 Rd
Cheyenne, OK 73628

Phone: 580-497-3960
Fax: 580-497-3961
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Experience fresh air, clear starry nights and wildlife on this 5,000-acre vacation spot nestled in the Black Kettle National Grasslands of western Oklahoma. Lodging at Croton Creek Guest Ranch is available at a territorial-style 20-room motel with heat, air conditioning and private baths.  All guests receive free continental breakfast.  Visitors and guests can enjoy horseback riding, hiking, mountain biking and fishing at three lakes within 10 miles of the ranch. Horse rental is not available. The National Grasslands also provides approximately 33,000 acres for hunters.  Guided ...

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  • Facility Amenities: ADA Compliant, Credit Cards Accepted, Free Breakfast Served, Meeting Space Available, Pets Allowed

  • Group Amenities: Baggage Handling, Bus/Motorcoach Parking

  • On-site Activities: Hiking, Horseback Riding

From Cheyenne, take Hwy 47 west 4 miles, go north 2 miles, then west 2 miles.

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Joni Sanderford




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From Cheryl & Mike on 01/08/2013

We absolutely love Croton Creek Ranch - we would not stay anywhere else. Scott and Joni are great. There is a large social barn with TV, pool table, and you get to mingle with other guests, this is just an awesome place. If you are hunting, they also have a place to clean and store your deer until you are ready to leave.


From Harold Reese on 08/30/2010

Have stayed at Croton Creek numerous times, enjoyed every minute. Joni and her husband are great....Will be back out this fall hunting...


 
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