A pecan and wildlife haven in Osage County

Located in the beautiful, rolling hills of Osage County, Ben Pecan Ranch is a well-preserved refuge from city and chaos. The scenes surrounding two quaint cabins invoke feelings of peace and simplicity, while the numerous available self-guided activities promise to combat any threat of boredom. Below, enjoy a quick aerial tour of the ranch.

The ranch’s proximity to local attractions make it an ideal spot to stay during trips to Pioneer Woman Mercantile, Tall Grass Prairie, or when attending sporting events at Oklahoma State University. Come stay with us to recharge in the heart of some of Oklahoma’s most beautiful land.


While you could easily entertain yourself for days with just the views and activities on the ranch, we know that many visitors stay with us while visiting nearby events and establishments.
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The land, trees and waterways alone provide ample opportunity for relaxation and entertainment, but our ranch is outfitted with setups for many additional a ctivities to enjoy in the Osage County hills.
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If you haven't spent time in the rolling hills of North Central Oklahoma, it' s something you should put on your to-do list. Each season brings beautiful, fresh colors and varying vegetation and wildlife.
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Here's the ranch's proximity to several of our favorite area attractions:

  • 29 miles from Pioneer Woman Mercantile in Pawhuska
  • 48 miles from Stillwater and Oklahoma State University
  • 42 miles from the Tall Grass Prairie Preserve
  • 32 miles from Kaw Lake
  • 38 miles from Marland Mansion in Ponca City
  • 7 miles from Indian Dances in Gray Horse
  • 18 miles from Pawnee Golf Course
  • 7 miles from Fairfax Golf Course (Kah-Wah-C)
  • 8 miles from Fairfax Lake
  • 54 miles from Tulsa
  • 115 miles from Oklahoma City


  • Kayaking: kayaks available with safe launch points at two Gulf Stream Docks
  • Fishing: many spots along Grey Horse Creek and the Arkansas River
  • Camp Fires: two fire pits provide relaxing atmosphere and warmth
  • Biking: bikes are available for use by cabin guests
  • Hiking: explore the land via roads and trails that crisscross the Ben Ranch
  • Photography: bring your camera to capture the beautiful scenery and wildlife.
  • Hunting: guided and unguided hunts are available.
  • Artifact Hunting: comb the banks of the Arkansas and Grey Horse Creek for treasures from the past.
  • Noodling: try your hand at fishing for catfish.
  • Segways: coming soon!


In addition to being one of the best locations to watch the "wind come sweeping down the plain", Ben Ranch is an ideal location to see the following:

  • Deer
  • Wild Turkey
  • Bobcat
  • Quail
  • Bald Eagle
  • Coyote
  • Wild Pig
  • Armadillo
Contact us for information on guided and unguided hunts on the Ben Ranch property.