OSAGE COUNTY, OKLAHOMA has Pawhuska as its county seat and is home to the Pioneer Woman, Ree Drummond. The county is rich in history, rich in mystery, and rich in personality! The Pioneer Woman Mercantile, Boarding House, and P Town Pizza are all located in downtown Pawhuska. Tours of the Drummond Ranch Lodge, where her Food Network show is filmed, are available at various times during the year as well. You can take a ride in a Mercedes Benz luxury van with Roaming The Osage Historic Tours, fish in our many lakes, visit our museums and absorb the history, or even take an evening drive out through the Tallgrass Prairie Preserve. Enjoy exploring the story behind “Killers of the Flower Moon” with the Pawhuska Guide.
Now, if that doesn’t whet your appetite, maybe Lake Skiatook will call your name as Cross Timbers Marina has boat and jet ski rentals available on some of the calmest waters in the state. Cross Timbers Marina also has lake cottages available. These ideas are just a small sampling of all that you will find when you — Visit the Osage!
This is Osage County, Oklahoma — where the country is beautiful, the folks are friendly, and the smiles are always free! Explore all we have to offer from Pawhuska to the great beyond. From Tulsa to the Kansas border and from Ponca City to Bartlesville — you’re in the Osage!
Plan a visit the Osage County, Oklahoma and explore the Osage Nation’s history as you walk on ground that was once known as Indian Territory. From the Pioneer Woman to the Osage Nation and from Bluestem Falls to views of the Tulsa skyline at the Postoak Lodge, Osage County is Oklahoma’s vacation destination spot!