Home > Calendar

Calendar of Events


Jump to:  

Woolaroc Fall Trail Ride, covering approx. 15 miles rarely seen

Saturday, September 08, 2018

The Fall Trail Ride is $50 each person. It includes two meals; lunch and dinner. Need to bring your own horse and Coggins information. It starts at 10am and finishes around 5pm. Riders are welcome to come out the night before and camp overnight. The Front Gate will open at 7am on Saturday morning.

The country retreat of oilman Frank Phillips, Woolaroc is hidden away in the beauty of the rolling Osage Hills. The trail ride covers approximately 15 miles of terrain that is rarely, if ever, seen by the general public. Nothing would have pleased Mr. Phillips more than to have known that riders were enjoying his ranch doing something he loved to do...ride. It is common to see buffalo, elk, deer and longhorn cattle along the trails of Woolaroc.

From 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. non-riders can enjoy the many Woolaroc attractions, including the Lodge and Museum with the premier western art of Remington, Leigh and Russell and one of the world’s finest collections of Colt firearms and an excellent collection of Navajo blankets.

Image representing the Woolaroc Fall Trail Ride, covering approx. 15 miles rarely seen event in Bartlesville, OK
Location: Woolaroc Museum & Wild Life Preserve
Where: 12 miles SW of Bartlesville from Hwy 123 & US 60
Bartlesville, OK 74003
Phone: 918-336-0307
When: 10:00 am. to 5:00 pm.
Saturday, September 08, 2018
Website: