Osage County is home to Ree Drummond, Food Network’s Pioneer Woman. For prairie, pleasure, or homemade pie – you’ll want to spend a few days in Osage County, Oklahoma!
Within the northern center of the county sits the county seat, Pawhuska, which is home to the Drummond family. Downtown Pawhuska has eclectic shops of fine furniture, stylish clothing, art, native Osage items, and many antique stores. The biggest stir in Pawhuska has been due to the opening of the Pioneer Woman’s Mercantile. Visitors come from across oceans, as well as states to dine and shop at The Mercantile. The Pioneer Woman and her Marlboro Man often frequent “The Merc” and visit with their guests. Also, across the street from The Mercantile, right next door to Osage Outfitters, is the Pioneer Woman’s latest venture – P Town Pizza, where you can enjoy specialty drinks, specialty pizzas, and the special on the menu: Not Knots!
From luxurious bed and baths, cabins or campsites at Osage Hills State Park, to the Frontier Hotel Pawhuska, Osage County has lodging in spades and hospitality by the bushels! Top on everyone's list is the Pioneer Woman Boarding House located on Kihekah Street in Pawhuska. This upscale lodging establishment was designed by both Ree and Ladd with one floor an expression of posh extravagance wrapped in fresh linen country; while Ladd's floor is more leather and leggins. On either floor, you will find yourself surrounded by luxurious and lavish upscale western decor. The Boarding House is the only establishment in town with room service straight from The Pioneer Woman Mercantile Restaurant!
Also, P Town Pizza is the latest Pioneer Woman venture with speciality drinks, speciality pizzas, and an atomophere that will set you at ease and make you feel welcome.
From bison on the Tallgrass Prairie Preserve to the city lights of Tulsa, Osage County will capture your heart with the culture of the Gilcrease Museum, the beauty of the Tulsa Botanic, and the romance of the cowboy on the range. Come explore the place where you can, indeed find a home where the buffalo roam, where the cowboys and Indians still play – where seldom is heard a discouraging word and the skies are not cloudy all day! Osage County, Oklahoma – you’ll never meet a stranger, just friends and neighbors. Come explore Osage County and we’ll roll out the red carpet for you when you do!