Agritourism

An Authentic Agricultural Experience

With deep agricultural roots, Rogers County provides endless opportunities for unique rustic adventures featuring horseback riding, rodeos, dairies, fish farms, ranches, and more.

Featured Attractions

Moore’s Fish Farm

Established in 1962 and family-operated in Inola, Moore’s hosts a fish fry on the third Friday and Saturday of the month, year-round. You can also stock your pond, buy some hay and check out their Brahman, Akaushi, and Brangus crossbreed cattle.

Moore’s Fish Farm

Mid America Farm and Ranch

Mid America Farm & Ranch is northeast Oklahoma’s cattle, horse, and pet headquarters. With a vast inventory of reputable products and knowledgeable staff, Mid America offers a one-stop shop for all your lawn, farm, and hardware needs.

Mid America Farm and Ranch

Swan Bros. Dairy

Established in 1923 with just one dairy cow, Swan Bros. Dairy is a diversified farm offering milk, premium cheeses, beef, and pork. Swan’s dairy and meat products are featured in restaurants throughout the region and available in the retail store.

 Swan Bros. Dairy
Filter By
HQ Ranch Encounters
Claremore

Get ready for a fun-filled time with kangaroos, lemurs, sloths, camels, and more at Oklahoma’s largest camel ranch.

HQ Ranch Encounters

Get ready for a fun-filled time with kangaroos, lemurs, sloths, camels, and more at Oklahoma’s largest camel ranch.

Pecan Groves
Verdigris

Verdigris is home to hundreds of acres of pecan orchards, including Red Dirt Pecan and the Verdigris River Valley Pecan and Grass Farm. If you want a taste of locally grown pecans, delicious foods, and unique gift items, head over to The Nut House.

Pecan Groves

Verdigris is home to hundreds of acres of pecan orchards, including Red Dirt Pecan and the Verdigris River Valley Pecan and Grass Farm. If you want a taste of locally grown pecans, delicious foods, and unique gift items, head over to The Nut House.

Common Ground Ranch & Arena Rodeo Events
Talala

The Common Ground Ranch & Arena hosts several rodeo events throughout the year, including a mutton-bustin’ qualifier for the Will Rogers PRCA Rodeo.

Common Ground Ranch & Arena Rodeo Events

The Common Ground Ranch & Arena hosts several rodeo events throughout the year, including a mutton-bustin’ qualifier for the Will Rogers PRCA Rodeo.

Will Rogers Birthplace Ranch
Oologah

Experience a unique glimpse into the life of world-famous vaudeville performer, actor, Cherokee cowboy and American humorist Will Rogers (1879-1935) at the Will Rogers Birthplace Ranch, which features Rogers’s original home and a 162-acre working ranch where visitors can enjoy lovely views of Oologah Lake and have a picnic with friends and family.

The log-walled, two-story home where Rogers was born was built in 1875 within the Cooweescoowee district of Cherokee Nation. It was designed in the Greek Revival architectural style that was popular throughout the South at this time. In fact, a house almost identical to Rogers’s boyhood home can be found on the outskirts of Guntersville, Alabama. The Oologah home, nicknamed “The White House on the Verdigris,” is a rare surviving example of buildings on the former Indian Territory frontier.

Rogers’s mother and father were Cherokees, and Rogers was proud of his heritage. During vaudeville performances, Will often joked, “My ancestors didn’t come over from the Mayflower, but they met the boat.” His mother, Mary America Rogers, was born into the Paint clan. His father, Clement Vann Rogers, was a Cherokee statesman and judge who would later help draft the constitution for the state of Oklahoma.

Will Rogers grew up on his father’s ranch, which at its height was nearly 60,000 acres. There, he learned his love of cowboying from the ranch hands, including roping from Cherokee freedman Dan Walker. He rode the range and joined the long, dusty cattle drives from Texas to the Kansas railheads. His physical prowess in precisely and expertly flipping heavy rope coils demonstrated his training, fitness, and strength. Using that same deft touch with a lasso, Rogers created a top vaudeville and cinema persona, “The Cherokee Kid.” From 1899 to 1902, after his father had moved into Claremore, Will Rogers operated the ranch himself, renaming it the Dog Iron Ranch after his cattle brand.

Today, the Will Rogers Birthplace Ranch features a historically accurate barn with a climate-controlled classroom and a historical video program. The working ranch is home to Texas Longhorn cattle and other livestock.

Will Rogers Birthplace Ranch

Experience a unique glimpse into the life of world-famous vaudeville performer, actor, Cherokee cowboy and American humorist Will Rogers (1879-1935) at the Will Rogers Birthplace Ranch, which features Rogers’s original home and a 162-acre working ranch where visitors can enjoy lovely views of Oologah Lake and have a picnic with friends and family.

The log-walled, two-story home where Rogers was born was built in 1875 within the Cooweescoowee district of Cherokee Nation. It was designed in the Greek Revival architectural style that was popular throughout the South at this time. In fact, a house almost identical to Rogers’s boyhood home can be found on the outskirts of Guntersville, Alabama. The Oologah home, nicknamed “The White House on the Verdigris,” is a rare surviving example of buildings on the former Indian Territory frontier.

Rogers’s mother and father were Cherokees, and Rogers was proud of his heritage. During vaudeville performances, Will often joked, “My ancestors didn’t come over from the Mayflower, but they met the boat.” His mother, Mary America Rogers, was born into the Paint clan. His father, Clement Vann Rogers, was a Cherokee statesman and judge who would later help draft the constitution for the state of Oklahoma.

Will Rogers grew up on his father’s ranch, which at its height was nearly 60,000 acres. There, he learned his love of cowboying from the ranch hands, including roping from Cherokee freedman Dan Walker. He rode the range and joined the long, dusty cattle drives from Texas to the Kansas railheads. His physical prowess in precisely and expertly flipping heavy rope coils demonstrated his training, fitness, and strength. Using that same deft touch with a lasso, Rogers created a top vaudeville and cinema persona, “The Cherokee Kid.” From 1899 to 1902, after his father had moved into Claremore, Will Rogers operated the ranch himself, renaming it the Dog Iron Ranch after his cattle brand.

Today, the Will Rogers Birthplace Ranch features a historically accurate barn with a climate-controlled classroom and a historical video program. The working ranch is home to Texas Longhorn cattle and other livestock.

Inola Roundup Club
Inola

Home to riding playdays, seasonal rodeos and more, the Inola Roundup Club is the perfect destination for horse lovers and equestrian athletes of all ages and skill sets.

Inola Roundup Club

Home to riding playdays, seasonal rodeos and more, the Inola Roundup Club is the perfect destination for horse lovers and equestrian athletes of all ages and skill sets.

Moore’s Fish Farm
Inola

Established in 1962 and family-operated in Inola, Moore’s hosts a fish fry on the third Friday and Saturday of the month, year-round. You can also stock your pond, buy some hay and check out their Brahman, Akaushi, and Brangus crossbreed cattle.

Moore’s Fish Farm

Established in 1962 and family-operated in Inola, Moore’s hosts a fish fry on the third Friday and Saturday of the month, year-round. You can also stock your pond, buy some hay and check out their Brahman, Akaushi, and Brangus crossbreed cattle.

Catoosa Sunflower Farm
Catoosa

The perfect backdrop for your next family or senior pictures, the Catoosa Sunflower Farm is open year-round and offers pasture space, mature trees, wildflowers, tall grass, a large pond, and breathtaking views. Sunflower season runs from July through September. Appointments are required.

Catoosa Sunflower Farm

The perfect backdrop for your next family or senior pictures, the Catoosa Sunflower Farm is open year-round and offers pasture space, mature trees, wildflowers, tall grass, a large pond, and breathtaking views. Sunflower season runs from July through September. Appointments are required.

Tulsa Port of Catoosa at Tulsa Ports
Catoosa

An integral part of the McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System, the Tulsa Port of Catoosa is a 2,500-acre shipping and industrial park complex that houses 70 businesses. Roughly 90 percent of goods that come through the Port of Catoosa are agricultural. Fertilizer, soybeans and wheat are among the most-shipped products. Guests are invited to tour the expansive and impressive port utilizing a self-guided tour map. Stop by the Maritime Education Center for a hands-on, interactive opportunity to learn about the port’s history and economic impact on Oklahoma.

Tulsa Port of Catoosa at Tulsa Ports

An integral part of the McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System, the Tulsa Port of Catoosa is a 2,500-acre shipping and industrial park complex that houses 70 businesses. Roughly 90 percent of goods that come through the Port of Catoosa are agricultural. Fertilizer, soybeans and wheat are among the most-shipped products. Guests are invited to tour the expansive and impressive port utilizing a self-guided tour map. Stop by the Maritime Education Center for a hands-on, interactive opportunity to learn about the port’s history and economic impact on Oklahoma.

Lucky R Ranch
Claremore

Get up close and hands-on with the cutest Highland calves in the region! Book interactive experiences with Lucky R Ranch’s Hug-A-Highland program.

Lucky R Ranch

Get up close and hands-on with the cutest Highland calves in the region! Book interactive experiences with Lucky R Ranch’s Hug-A-Highland program.

Coram Deo Farm
Claremore

A family-owned and -operated flower farm offering fresh-cut local flowers, bouquets, and other arrangements every Tuesday and Saturday.

Coram Deo Farm

A family-owned and -operated flower farm offering fresh-cut local flowers, bouquets, and other arrangements every Tuesday and Saturday.

Swan Bros. Dairy
Claremore

Established in 1923 with just one dairy cow, Swan Bros. Dairy is a diversified farm offering milk, premium cheeses, beef, and pork. Swan’s dairy and meat products are featured in restaurants throughout the region and available in the retail store. Visitors can view the milking of dairy cows every day from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Swan Bros. Dairy

Established in 1923 with just one dairy cow, Swan Bros. Dairy is a diversified farm offering milk, premium cheeses, beef, and pork. Swan’s dairy and meat products are featured in restaurants throughout the region and available in the retail store. Visitors can view the milking of dairy cows every day from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Shepherd’s Cross Farm
Claremore

Experience life at an authentic farm, year-round. Open every Tuesday through Saturday, Shepherd’s Cross features a working sheep farm, wool mill, wagon rides, and antique farm equipment. Enjoy a peaceful experience with the entire family.

Shepherd’s Cross Farm

Experience life at an authentic farm, year-round. Open every Tuesday through Saturday, Shepherd’s Cross features a working sheep farm, wool mill, wagon rides, and antique farm equipment. Enjoy a peaceful experience with the entire family.

Rogers County Farmers’ Market
Claremore

An open-air farmers’ market offering a wide array of fresh fruits, vegetables, plants, farm-fresh eggs, meats, flowers, and Made-in-Oklahoma products. Open every Saturday, April through October, the market is located at the Rogers County Courthouse.

Rogers County Farmers’ Market

An open-air farmers’ market offering a wide array of fresh fruits, vegetables, plants, farm-fresh eggs, meats, flowers, and Made-in-Oklahoma products. Open every Saturday, April through October, the market is located at the Rogers County Courthouse.

A Bar Ranch
Claremore

A Bar provides quality, hands-on learning about the cattle and horse industry. It’s a family operation comprising three divisions: commercial cow/calf operation, performance horses, and livestock marketing.

A Bar Ranch

A Bar provides quality, hands-on learning about the cattle and horse industry. It’s a family operation comprising three divisions: commercial cow/calf operation, performance horses, and livestock marketing.