Croton Creek Guest Ranch

Croton Creek Guest Ranch 9513 N 1802 Rd
Cheyenne, OK 73628

Phone: 580-497-3960
Fax: 580-497-3961
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For a first-rate outdoor experience, head over to Croton Creek Guest Ranch in Cheyenne.  With 5,000 acres of well-managed private land near the Black Kettle National Grasslands of western Oklahoma, Croton Creek offers an outstanding hunting experience.   Already well-known for some of the country’s best turkey and wild quail hunting, Croton Creek also has an exceptional deer herd drawing hunters from all around.  Croton Creek has opportunities for all hunters, regardless of skill level, including guided hunting tours.  There are also trails for horseback riding ...

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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 Pat Ruster on 12/12/14

I have stayed at Croton Creek Ranch 3 times now and each stay was enjoyable. Joni and Scott are great and see to all of your needs.


From Cheryl & Mike on 01/08/13

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.


 
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