Pogue Ranch is located in Atoka County, Oklahoma, just outside of Stringtown, tucked within the breathtaking Ouachita Mountains. With 2,000 acres of high-fence, plus more than 1,500 free range acres, the ranch makes for a unique experience for all guests. The ranch sits adjacent to the McGee Creek Wildlife Management Area and McGee Creek State Park.

Guests can create an unforgettably unique event experience with more than a dozen outdoor activities including an exotic wildlife safari and a covered wagon trail ride.

The Grand Lodge

Relax and share stories around large dining tables, a gaming area, or around the outdoor fireplace. The 9,600 square foot Grand Lodge makes for a perfect facility for corporate, church, family events, or wedding events. Guests at the Grand Lodge enjoy access to 9 bedrooms (sleeping up to 28 guests) and a fully stocked gourmet kitchen. Other amenities include a laundry room, big screen TV, billiards, and WiFi service. Want to get away? You can reserve the Grand Lodge for a weekend get-away or as your bed and breakfast home base when visiting the area. 

The Cabins

If you are interested in something more secluded, perhaps the Mountain Cabin or Memorial Lake Cabins are more your speed. Enjoy morning coffee or a nice evening fire in the covered pavilion of The Mountain Cabin. Or sit out on the porch of any of the 4 lake cabins. All cabins are beautifully furnished and offer multiple bedrooms, living areas, fully equipped kitchens, and outdoor areas to enjoy the beautiful setting around you. 

Things to do while you’re here…

Planning Your Trip

A cabin for the weekend or the entire ranch for a week, your trip starts here! Check room and cabin availability online or give us a call to start planning your team retreat, group hunt, or special event. Plan your activities ahead of time based on your group schedule or just relax and let the spirit move you. Once you’re here, you’re family and we take care of family!

Your ranch experience will be one you’ll never forget. That’s our job.
— Joe Fairchild, Ranch Manager