The Pioneer Woman Mercantile Re-Opens!

Mike Seals - May 21, 2020 9:56 pm

Osage County Corners the Market on Social Distancing Fun!

OSAGE CO., OKLAHOMA, 5/21/2020 – Osage County Tourism is excited to announce The Pioneer Woman Mercantile re-opened its doors Thursday, May 21, 2020. For the perfect day trip or vacay stay, come for a get-away to a land not so far away – Osage County, Oklahoma!

Osage County is the perfect social distancing destination! Rural is in no short supply, and that is a plus these days! As the largest county in Oklahoma, room to roam with social space is no problem. Come and enjoy our vistas and our venues amidst rolling hills and running waters.

Shop quaint shops and cultural galleries like the Cha’ Tullis Gallery in Hominy or the Funky Pearl in Pawhuska.

While many destinations include congested city life and traffic, Osage County provides urban amenities amidst rural health and wellness. The Tulsa Botanic Garden opens to the public June 1, 2020. Instead of being located within the city, the Tulsa Botanic Garden is hidden in the Osage Hills west of Tulsa surrounded by fresh air and breath-taking views.

Make the most of your lodging and enjoy a stay at the Postoak Lodge & Retreat, adjacent to the Tulsa Botanic Garden and situated on 1,000 acres of beautiful countryside. Enjoy a stay on a working cattle ranch just south of Fairfax on the Ben Ranch at the Ben Ranch Cabins where you can kick back or kayak on the Arkansas River.

In addition, Woolaroc Museum and Wildlife Preserve on the historic Frank Phillips ranch is now open to the public along with The Ben Johnson Cowboy Museum in Pawhuska. The Osage County Historical Society Museum will be opening soon as well, and Roaming the Osage Scenic Tours will be resuming their tours in June. At Lake Skiatook, Cross Timbers Marina provides boat and jet ski rentals for enjoyment on the calmest and cleanest waters in Oklahoma. Rural – we have it by the bushels.

Osage County Tourism is happy to assist with planning the perfect social distancing get-away and invites you to venture out to the country for a rural experience that is unique and uniquely safe. Come social distance like a local! Osage County, Oklahoma where #TheSmilesAreAlwaysFree and #TheCowboyNeverRidesAway!


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