Muscle Car Ranch

Muscle Car Ranch 3609 S 16th St
Chickasha, OK 73018

Phone: 405-222-4910
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Set on a 100-year-old dairy farm, the first 30 acres of Muscle Car Ranch in Chickasha feature a neon and porcelain sign museum. Other attractions include open air displays of rare muscle cars and bikes, automotive folk art and oil and gas memorabilia. Guided tours are available by request. Don't miss the annual car meet and concert, featuring first-rate entertainment in the Trail Boss Amphitheater.

Camping is available at Muscle Car Ranch, with unlimited 20-amp electric hookups and several spots offering 30-amp or 50-amp hookups.  Facilities include a shower house, bathroom ...

Set on a 100-year-old dairy farm, the first 30 acres of Muscle Car Ranch in Chickasha feature a neon and porcelain sign museum. Other attractions include open air displays of rare muscle cars and bikes, automotive folk art and oil and gas memorabilia. Guided tours are available by request. Don't miss the annual car meet and concert, featuring first-rate entertainment in the Trail Boss Amphitheater.

Camping is available at Muscle Car Ranch, with unlimited 20-amp electric hookups and several spots offering 30-amp or 50-amp hookups.  Facilities include a shower house, bathroom house and laundry rooms, and fishing is offered on-site. 

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  • Facility Amenities: ADA Compliant, Meeting Space Available

  • Group Amenities: Bus/Motorcoach Parking, Tour Group Welcome Reception

  • Highway Corridors (within 5 mi.): I-44, US-81

  • Tour Information: Guided Tours

Open daily, dawn to dusk.

From I-44 exit in Chickasha, S on Hwy 81 to Country Club Rd. Go W 1 mile to 16th St, then S approx 1/4 mile over the overpass and look to the E (3 entrances) to Muscle Car Ranch.

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From TW Hay on 10/20/16

In life things change. At one time there were quite a few muscle-cars on display and for sale on the MCR property and therefore why it was named the Muscle Car Ranch. When you put things up for sale a buyer will buy and so the explanation to Missy's observation of lack of muscle cars to see. We do appreciate comments from people like Missy and we truly do want to clear up and let there be no misperceptions or misconceptions as to what MCR is and is becoming. MCR is still an awesome place to visit and see a lot of incredible memorabilia. MCR has transformed into a great camp-ground, outdoor recreation area, entertainment venue, and a representative of, and museum of, true Americana! It's a great place to camp and fish and set up an RV or Motorhome. MCR is also now one of the best and unique music venues in the country! It is true Americana at its best! Come check us out and enjoy an amazing and unique experience! Call the Owner and Founder MCR, Mr. Curtis Hart, at 405.222.4910, or email him at charticus@aol.com for more information. Sincerely, TW Hay, MCR PR&VC


From Missy on 06/18/10

ho-hum. only signs. You would think that the name Muscle Car Ranch means that he has muscle cars for sale or on display. Neither is true


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