A Visit To This 400-Acre Living History Ranch In Oklahoma Will Take You Back In Time

Oklahoma’s favorite son, Will Rogers, was known throughout the world for his humor and old films. He grew up in Oklahoma on a ranch in the late 1800s and his two-story home still stands today on the land. It’s located on a 400-acre living history ranch in Oologah called Dog Iron Ranch, plus there’s a museum where you can learn, laugh, and be inspired by this beloved Oklahoman. If you’re looking for a memorable outing that will take you back in time, plan a trip to this beautiful ranch in northeastern Oklahoma.

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Have you ever visited Dog Iron Ranch? If so, what did you enjoy about it? For more information, visit their website or Facebook page.

Oklahoma has so many great historical places to visit. Check out this other great one that is filled with history and many hands-on exhibits.