Lost Creek Ranch is a hunting mecca in the rolling hills of eastern Osage County, Oklahoma. Situated on more than 2,000 contiguous acres and home to white-tail deer, elk, turkey and quail, the ranch is enclosed by nearly eight miles of high-quality, tensile-strength, nine-foot-tall fencing. Lost Creek Ranch offers a custom-built, four-bedroom, 9,775-square-foot log home featuring a game room, large kitchen, in-home theater and more, making it ideal for corporate retreats and other private events such as weddings and family reunions. The property also offers a 2,700-square-foot guest lodge, storage barns, deer-breeding facility, multiple ponds and creeks, plus numerous tower blinds and gravity feeders.
After acquiring Lost Creek Ranch, the Osage Nation is currently developing it to become one of the country’s premier hunting and ecotourism destinations—one that also promotes the history and culture of the Osage people. Recreational and ecotourism activities will include horseback riding, four-wheeling (UTV), sporting clays, fishing, hiking, and participation in special Osage heritage events such as Osage cooking, history, and culture.
Expected reopening is fall 2023.