Cross Bar Ranch
Recently, Cross Bar Ranch in Davis, Oklahoma, treated us to a day of ATV/UTV fun. This was an incredible adventure for the whole family!! #ad
Cross Bar Ranch features 6,500 acres of prime Arbuckle mountain range virtually untouched and abundant with wildlife. The ranch offers the largest area in Oklahoma dedicated to ATV, UTV, and motorcycle off-road riding. Visitors will need to bring their own equipment, as Cross Bar Ranch no longer offers rentals.
I don’t know who was more thrilled about driving:
My 16 year old…
… Or my husband! (He’s already making plans to return with friends.)
Getting up the mountains was an incredible rush, with steep inclines, rocky terrain, and challenges you didn’t know you could overcome. But these machines are built to handle it! And when you reach some of the peaks, you won’t believe that you’re only two hours from DFW!
You can also camp overnight: Bring a tent for more primitive accommodations, or reserve one of the ranch’s sites for your RV.
Cross Bar Ranch came under new management in January of 2017. Since then, they’ve started expanding their operations to include special events, add RV and camping sites, and improve trails throughout the property.
They’ve got lots of ideas for more improvements including creating a “swimming hole,” and providing on-site food trucks.
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Head over to Cross Bar Ranch for a thrilling adventure riding and camping in the wilderness of southern-central Oklahoma!
Day Admission (per person, per day)
- Adult (16+) $20.00
- Youth (10-15) $10.00
- Under 10 yrs Free
- Improved: $35.00 per day, plus day admission fee for each camper in RV.
- Primitive: $15.00 per day, plus day admission fee for each camper in RV.
- $10.00 per night, per tent, plus day admission fee for each camper in tent.
Call 580-247-7244 between 8:30am and 5:30pm to reserve (Credit Card required for rentals & reservations).
Please note: Cross Bar Ranch is closed during the period that spans the weekends before, during, and after Thanksgiving (roughly November 17 – December 3) due to an agreement they have with the town of Davis regarding local hunting).