The Enid News and Eagle, Enid, OK


July 23, 2013

Area agritourism destinations

ENID, Okla. — Several agricultural operations in northwest Oklahoma have turned to agritourism. According to, they include:

Blaine County

• Chain Ranch Sportsman’s Club. Chain Land and Cattle Co. near Canton in Blaine County created the club to give the public a chance to hunt and fish on more than 100,000 acres in northwest Oklahoma and Kansas. Website is Phone numbers are (405) 820-4056 and (580) 886-2910.

• Rockin-R-Ranch in Blaine County. The fourth-generation working cattle ranch near Longdale offers hunting and fishing. Website is www.rockin Phone number is (405) 350-6944.

• Whirlwind Winery. The winery, located in Watonga, offers Made In Oklahoma products and artisan wines. Website is The phone number is (580) 623-1012.

• Base Vines & Cattle. Near Geary in Blaine County, the operation raises chemical-free animals and grapes. Website is The phone number is (405) 884-1066.

Garfield County

• Plain View Winery. Located in Lahoma, the winery features a variety of wines and food products. Website is Phone number is (580) 796-2902.

Grant County

• Duel Creek Country Home Bed and Breakfast. Located near Wakita, the bed and breakfast offers fishing, hunting, farm animals, horseshoes and golf. The phone number is (580) 233-5950.

Major County

• Gloss Moun-tain Outfitters. Located in western Major County, it offers trail rides, camping, hayrides, wildlife watching, hunting and Cedar Haven Lodge. Web-site is www.gloss mountainoutfit Phone number is (580) 884-1305.

• John’s Farm, an organic farm near Fairview, of-fers group tours. Website is www. Phone number is (580) 227-3452.

• Plymouth Valley Cellars Vine-yards and Winery.  Located near Fair-view, it offers picnics and country stays in addition to the winery. Website is Phone number is (580) 227-3207.

• Indian Creek Village Winery, near Ringwood. Offers meeting facilities, group tours and country stays. Website is Phone number is (580) 883-4919.

• Island Guest Ranch, near Ames. Offers a guest ranch, hunting, trail rides and wagon rides. The website is Phone number is (800) 928-4574.

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