The original "stone city" of Buffalo was established before statehood and still stands thanks to its founders' requirement that downtown buildings be constructed of stone to withstand fires. The Selman Guest Ranch is a must-see in the northwest Oklahoma town of Buffalo. Located in the heart of wild quail country, this 14,000-acre working cattle ranch welcomes visitors to a hunter’s paradise. In addition to hunting and fishing, guests can also view wildlife like the Lesser Prairie Chicken, deer, dove and pheasant. Hiking and mountain biking trails will take guests through miles of creek bottom and gently rolling sagebrush-covered hills. Closer to town, visitors will find the Doby Springs Municipal Golf Course & Recreation Park, as well as the Buffalo Museum, where you can spot a display of the original Selman Post Office and even a fully furnished sod house.