Indian Creek Village Winery & Village Inn

Indian Creek Village Winery & Village Inn Rt 2 Box 174
Ringwood, OK 73768

Phone: 580-883-4919   580-883-4922
Fax: 580-883-4922
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Nestled in the Cross Timbers between Ringwood and Cleo Springs, the Indian Creek Village Winery provides a unique atmosphere for a variety of activities.  Whether simply dropping by to taste the winery's great wines or spending the night in the winery's Village Inn, the Indian Creek Village Winery will keep you coming back for more.  Take a walk through the winery's beautifully landscaped grounds, or enjoy live entertainment on Sundays.  Guests will enjoy touring the winery and sampling wines including white zinfandel, chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and plenty more.

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Nestled in the Cross Timbers between Ringwood and Cleo Springs, the Indian Creek Village Winery provides a unique atmosphere for a variety of activities.  Whether simply dropping by to taste the winery's great wines or spending the night in the winery's Village Inn, the Indian Creek Village Winery will keep you coming back for more.  Take a walk through the winery's beautifully landscaped grounds, or enjoy live entertainment on Sundays.  Guests will enjoy touring the winery and sampling wines including white zinfandel, chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and plenty more.

Book a luxurious room at the stunning, turn-of-the-century Village Inn and spend the night in one of the most romantic bed and breakfasts in the state.  Relax in the sublime country atmosphere of the Indian Creek estate, or head over to the Indian Creek gift shop for hand-crafted items and wine accessories.  Hunting and fishing guides, art tutorials, a quilting parlor, gourmet food classes and campfire cookouts are all available upon request. 

Visit the Indian Creek Village Winery's tasting room and enjoy wines made from grapes grown in the estate's on-site vineyard.  Try the winery's Sooner Spirit wine for a sweet, red blend of grapes, or sample the Cowboy Blush, a sweet blend of fruit and grapes.  Take home a bottle of Eagle Chief wine if you enjoy a dry, red Merlot, or purchase Indian Creek's Oklahoma fruit wine, a sweet and fruity dessert wine made from strawberry, cherry, crabapple, blackberry and pear.

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

  • General Information: Number of Units: 5

  • Group Amenities: Baggage Handling, Group Rates Available

  • Highway Corridors (within 5 mi.): US-412

  • Internet Connectivity: Facility WiFi

  • Location: Countryside

  • On-site Activities: Fishing, Hunting

  • Room Amenities: Cable/Satellite TV, Hair Dryer, In-room Movie Rental, In-room Whirlpool/Jacuzzi, Iron/Ironing Board, Kitchen Facilities

  • Room Type: 1-Bedroom Units, King, Queen

Day

Open

Close

Sunday

1:00 pm

7:00 pm

Thursday

1:00 pm

7:00 pm

Friday

1:00 pm

7:00 pm

Saturday

1:00 pm

7:00 pm

Closed Mondays.
November to March, they close at 6pm.

Guest rooms: $125 per night

Honeymoon suite: $150 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 Hwy 58 junction, go 3 miles west on Hwy 412, then 1/2 mile north.

Primary Contact:

Tom Newman




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From GG on 05/11/15

The first time I visited I called 30 minutes in advance asking if they were open. Was told yes they were open. Arrived to find a wedding and reception in full force. Was told they were hosting a wedding and could we possibly come back on another day. Would have been great if the man who answered the phone would have mentioned that fact. The second and last chance we gave this winery was Mother's Day weekend. Again called on Friday afternoon asking if they would be open for business on Saturday. Again the man said yes. Again we arrived but as we were getting out of the vehicle a couple sitting at the outdoor bar yelled if your here for wine we are out. I thought they were joking at first only to be told again they were out of wine. Two questions - How does a winery run out of wine and why in the world would the man who answered the phone less than 24 hours before not say yes we are open but we are out of wine? None of it makes any sense.


From TravelOK.com Staff on 01/01/15

Theleta, for that information you'll need to contact Indian Creek Village Winery & Village Inn at 580-883-4919 or indiancreekvillage@yahoo.com. Have a great day and thank you for using TravelOK.com!


From Theleta Williams on 12/29/14

Do you rent for reunions? If so how much and how many


From TravelOK.com Staff on 09/23/14

Judy, to ensure that Indian Creek Village Winery & Village Inn receives your question, please contact them directly using the phone number or email address listed at the top of this page. Best wishes and thank you for using TravelOK.com!


From Judy johnson on 09/22/14

Stayed with you this past weekend and lost my glasses. I was wondering if you had found any? Stayed in room on bottom floor. Please call me. 580-775-3794


From Abby Chapman on 09/17/13

This place is amazing!


From Jerry & Carla on 07/01/13

Such a nice place. Went to a wedding there on Saturday. Would recommend such a nice place for a wedding & fantastic food. Agree with the nicest people you can meet.


From Lora Mullendore on 04/02/13

Love this place. I spent several days here for my niece's wedding. The owners Tom and Molly are just awesome people. The nicest people you'll ever meet. Will definitely come back for a visit in the future.


From David Capron on 05/12/10

What makes a fantastic venue even more incredible to visit & stay .... the people that own & operate ! WOW , the detail + warmth is overwhelming ....


 
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