Upcoming Events

Trail Ride & Chuckwagon Dinner

July 1, 2017


Spend part of your 4th of July weekend enjoying nature and a simpler way of life at the Flying W Guest Ranch!Our two-hour guided trail ride will take you to the most beautiful & interesting locations of the 1,200 acre ranch, including the historic buffalo kill excavation sites. After your ride, you’ll enjoy a genuine, cowboy-style chuck wagon supper. Top off your evening with music and campfire s’mores.

Pricing

$50 for dinner & riding on one of our horses or $35 to bring your own.
Ask about pricing for one of our Cowboy Cabins!

The two-hour trail ride begins at 4 P.M. on Saturday, July 1.
For reservations, call or text (580) 302-3319.

Day Camp

July 10-14, 2017


Children ages 5-12 are invited to come discover the Flying W Guest Ranch this summer! The 1,200 acre ranch is located between Sayre & Elk City, OK, off HWY 6. Camp attendees will enjoy horseback riding, horse care, hiking, fishing, nature exploration, and more. Our camp staff includes experienced cowboys and a classroom teacher, so your little cowpoke will get to explore and have fun while we provide safety and learning!
*Children must wear long pants to camp for riding horses.

Ages 5-8 9 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.

Lunch 11:30 - noon (included)

Parents may join us for lunch for $5/day

Ages 9-12 noon – 2:30 p.m.

To register, call or text 580/302-3319 by 5 p.m. on Wednesday, July 5. Have your credit card or PayPal ready, as this is a pre-pay event.

Pumpkin Patch

Saturdays & Sundays in October, 10 A.M.- 5 P.M.

Bring the whole family every Saturday and Sunday in October to enjoy a scenic hayride through the ranch to our luscious pumpkin patch. Gate admission of $8/person (all ages) includes a hay ride, one pumpkin, and lots of photo opportunities! We'll also have a bounce house, mechanical bull rides, food, vendors, and even pumpkin painting and carving stations set up so you can make your mess here instead of at home.

Haunted Hayride

Friday & Saturday Nights in October, 8 P.M. - 11 P.M.

Is the Old West really part of the past? By day, the ranch is known for making visitors feel like they are stepping back in time, but on this ride you'll see that more of the past lingers than you might have thought. Some of our cowboys and cowgirls of the past are having a hard time letting this place go. While riding through the ranch at night, you may just surprise some of them "living" out their glory days or sordid pasts...or will they surprise YOU?