Hitching Post Bed & Breakfast and Ranch

Hitching Post Bed & Breakfast and Ranch 101 Cedar
Kenton, OK 73946

Phone: 580-516-1213
Toll Free: 888-279-7397
Fax: 580-261-7462
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This bed and breakfast is housed in a 100-year-old, two-story rock house. There is a log cabin, cottage, mobile home and ranch headquarters all on-site. All lodging facilities include a kitchen or kitchenette. Enjoy the Cimarron River Valley surrounded by beautiful, rugged mesas or tour the working ranch. Activities such as stagecoach rides, horseback riding by the hour, tours to see the three-state marker, guided trail rides, bird watching and hunting are all available. Guests may view dinosaur tracks or choose to hike nearby Black Mesa. The Hitching Post also provides a step-on guide for ...

This bed and breakfast is housed in a 100-year-old, two-story rock house. There is a log cabin, cottage, mobile home and ranch headquarters all on-site. All lodging facilities include a kitchen or kitchenette. Enjoy the Cimarron River Valley surrounded by beautiful, rugged mesas or tour the working ranch. Activities such as stagecoach rides, horseback riding by the hour, tours to see the three-state marker, guided trail rides, bird watching and hunting are all available. Guests may view dinosaur tracks or choose to hike nearby Black Mesa. The Hitching Post also provides a step-on guide for tour groups that includes ranch activities, a scenic tour and a country lunch. Cattle drives and overnight campouts are also available.

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

  • Group Amenities: Tour Group Welcome Reception

  • Internet Connectivity: Facility WiFi

  • On-site Activities: Hiking, Horseback Riding, Hunting

  • Rentals: Horse Rental

  • Room Amenities: Cable/Satellite TV, Coffee Maker, Iron/Ironing Board, Kitchen Facilities

Basic lodging rates:

One bed: $45 per night for one person (breakfast included)

One bed: $65 per night for two people (breakfast included)

Family rates: Children four and under stay free

Children 5-12: $10 each per night

Children 12-18: $20 each per night

While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the pricing listed above, prices are subject to change without notice.

From Tulsa Hwy 412 to Boise City then Hwy 325 W 32 miles to ranch. From OKC Hwy 270 to Woodward then Hwy 412 to Boise City, Hwy 325 W & N 32 miles to ranch.

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Jane Apple




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From Carol McLeod on 08/13/15

The nicest people you will ever meet. I arrived with no reservation and was welcomed as if I were royalty. I hiked Black Mesa very early and returned to find that Bob and Jane had saved breakfast for me even though everyone else had finished. The utmost in Oklahoma hospitality. Authentic experience of the west.


From TravelOK.com Staff on 10/16/14

Chad, we're sure that Mr. & Mrs. Apple would be happy to get your family scheduled for a trip to the ranch. Please give them a call at either 580-516-1213 or 888-279-7397, and they'll be able to help you out. Have a great day and thank you for using TravelOK.com!


From chad brown on 10/15/14

Hello, I have a 16 year old daughter who Loves horses. We have 2 acres and 3 horses! Yes, I am the dad who will buy his daughter anything she wants. Anyways, I am Blessed with a son also who is 13 and a beautiful wife of 20 years. So enough about me. I am interested in a real ranch experience for me and my family. My children are on Fall Break this weekend and I am wanting to see if you might have any availability for this weekend actually Sunday night since they are out of school on monday. Let me know, If not this weekend maybe another time or can you recommend something else. Thank you and your ranch looks great online.


From Millicans on 09/04/14

How dare I forget the wildlife? Prong horned antelope, deer, big horn sheep, eagles, mule deer, turkey & roadrunners. Too many birds to name. Great place to stand back and say, GOOD JOB GOD!


From PJ Millican on 09/04/14

If you want to get away and destress, this is better than any Calgon Vacation you can buy! The scenery at the cabin is breathless. The working ranch house is directly behind the cabin so when you look off the front porch it appears as though you are the only person in the world surrounded by Mesas, Cattle, Horses, breath-taking Cliffs and scenery beyond words. This family has amazing people skills and really worked hard to make us happy/comfortable at all expenses. Truly an OASIS in the middle of No Mans Land. Minutes from Black Mesa, Dinosaur Tracks, Three State Marker and Ok State Park. LOVE LOVE LOVE this family! Mrs Jane took my daughter on an extended horseback ride, more than our money's worth, through some of the most beautiful country I've ever seen. We will definitely be returning. The Millican's OKC, OK


From TravelOK.com Staff on 07/21/14

Mary Beth, sorry, but we're not sure what the pet policy is at Hitching Post Bed & Breakfast. Please give them a call at 580-516-1213, and they'll be able to tell you for sure. Best wishes and thank you for using TravelOK.com!


From Mary Beth Barton on 07/20/14

Do you allow pets. we have a small dog.


From TravelOK.com Staff on 02/27/14

Jory, please contact the Hitching Post Bed & Breakfast directly by calling 580-516-1213 or emailing cowboy@ptsi.net. Have a great day and thank you for using TravelOK.com!


From Jory Mosshart on 02/27/14

Hi, i was wondering if yall would allow me to come up there this spring and into summer to work on your ranch. I am 16 yrs, old can ride horses and am a very hard worker. Anything you need done i can probably do. I just dont have a lot of experience around cattle. I dont smoke drink or cuss.


From Catherine French on 01/31/14

Very nice people, and quite accommodating of their guest. I highly recommend this as a vacation place.


From Monica on 12/01/13

Love the Hitching Post! The property is amazing. Had the best horseback ride ever. Loved the cabin, and the Apples are awesome. They treat you like family. I spent Thanksgiving with them and had a great time. I had the most relaxing vacation hiking and riding. What a beautiful place. The night sky is incredible, too.


From Joe on 05/27/13

The mesas were really amazing to visit. We hiked and saw a lot of animals like deer, antelopes, eagles, elk, etc. The Apples were very friendly and nice they took us horse back riding and we saw some calves branding... The one and major thing we didn't like was how dirty the cottage was. It seemed like it was never cleaned before we came, the fridge, the counters, the tables, the bathroom were all stained and of course there was dust and a lot of dead insects. I wish they would clean a bit before they host anybody.


From Johnny Barber on 05/27/12

We had the best time there! The Apples are the sweetest host. We loved staying in the cabin, very peaceful. We got to see the prettiest sunrise, sunset plus the rainbow & lightening show. WOW! We cant not thank you enough Apples for the amazing vacation.


From misty and kenny beets on 10/18/11

we love this place!!!!!the apples are some of the nicest people we have ever met!they take you on the best horse back ride ever!we take are own horses and it wonderfull,and the food mrs apple makes is so great,cant wait to go back!misty


From Ginger Baker on 08/08/11

Amazing hospitality, incredible views.... friendly locals. A great place to stay for the night... or a few days. Bob & Jane are great people!


From david coe on 06/07/11

Very nice cabin and very nice people!


From Brett Allen on 12/07/10

Love Bob and Jane had an awesome antelope hunting trip and an excellent stay look forward to doing it again!


 
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