Enjoy a relaxing B&B/Cabin Stay in your choice of lakeside log cabins with 2 person jetted tub, full kitchen, and corner fireplace; or a scenic bluff-top cabin built into the hillside, under the original ranch shop, with a large patio overlooking our private lakes and a panoramic view of downtown Tulsa.
Your stay includes bank-fishing, hiking, horseshoes, and nap-inducing hammocks. You can even order a big ol' country breakfast delivered to your cabin.
Be... the DUDE! Find your inner dude as you join us for an action-packed adventure. We feature RTV Tours, Tractor Pulled Wagon Rides, Canoeing, Boat Fishing, Shooting, Ranch Hand For A Day, and a wide variety of fun Cowboy Skills.
Learn to shoot a ‘Six-Gun' and Henry Lever Action Rifle, throw a Tomahawk, shoot a Bow & Arrow, rope a Straw Steer, shoot a Slingshot, BB Gun, and more! Many guests also book Trail Riding at a nearby stable (off-site, paid separately).
Our relaxed, nature-centered environment, beautiful landscaping, clear spring fed lakes, and unique features like running streams with waterfalls make Meadow Lake Ranch the perfect place for your Wedding and Reception.
We make it easy to do it your way! We host formal and informal events from 50 to 250, indoors and outdoors, with optional Cabin Stays and Ranch Activities. You may bring your own food, drinks, and music or choose from our long list of preferred vendors.
Meadow Lake Ranch is centrally located just 15 minutes west of downtown Tulsa. We are flexible, easy to find and have plenty of parking.
Whether you are planning a Family or School Reunion, Corporate Event, Celebration of Life, Company Picnic, Bachelor or Bachelorette party, Birthday, Anniversary, Bridal or Baby Shower, or Team Retreat... look no further than Meadow Lake Ranch!
Add Ranch Activities... No ‘Participation Trophies' here as you face off in our NEW Cowboy Skills Area to compete in Tomahawk Throwing, Archery, Straw Steer Roping, Slingshot & BB Gun Range. Plus, we offer a Private Shooting Range with Personal Instructor. On the mild side we have RTV Ranch Tours, Tractor Pulled Wagon Rides, Bank Fishing, and Campfires, Smores, or Marshmallows.
We offer long-term stays for nurses, technicians and others who must travel for their work. Plus, individuals and entire families who have been displaced by disasters like fire, flood, and tornado. If you need a long-term residence for as little as 10 days to a year or more, please call us to discuss rates, availability, amenities, and length of stay.
Our lakeside cabins are spacious and well-equipped with full kitchen, stove and full-size refrigerator, utensils, plates & silverware, coffee maker, dining table w/ 4 chairs, king bed & sleeper sofa, corner fireplace, and lakeside patio with wrought iron table & chairs, glider, and chiminea w/ free firewood. Everything you need to make it a home.
Meadow Lake Ranch is only 15 minutes from downtown Tulsa, close to groceries, shopping, and restaurants. You will sleep well knowing you are protected behind layers of security, coded entry gates, and coded cabin doors.
My husband and I got married here and it was the best experience ever. Ashley and the rest of the crew out there were awesome. Were rednecks and just planned it that day. I can't imagine ever getting married anywhere else. We plan to renew our vows here also. Best money ever spent. Thanks, guys for making it a life experience we won't soon forget.
Was shown around the property on my very first visit and fell in the love with the place! The cabins are cozy. Perfect for a couples getaway! The grounds are gorgeous with lakeside views all around. The staff are very friendly and make you feel right at home. Felt as if I was a part of the ranch life! It's rustic with an updated feel. Just lovely. I'll be making this place a regular visit for sure!
Much more than a hotel. My family participated in their "Dude for a day" program. Bobby is patient and kind, instructing city folk how to "talk" to horses. His classes were great. We threw tomahawks, lassoed straw calves, shot bow and arrow, shot rifles, canoed, lazed in hammocks, and played horseshoes. It was a very enjoyable day. The parents relaxed and the kids (age 15, 14, 12, and 7) thought it was "cool". Lunch was provided. I would recommend this to everyone!