The Ranch Accommodations - This ranch has an Old Western Town, event center, arena, restaurant, 11 cabins, 10 RV campsites and two double wide mobile homes. It also has a covered outdoor stage that is used for concerts and other activities. The outdoor stage area and arena have a good lighting system. There is a barn with corrals and the arena has rodeo. bucking chutes. The Old Western Town’s church is rented for weddings, and located just across the street from the church is the 9,600 square feet event center a perfect place for receptions, corporate meetings and parties. The Old Western Town restaurant has seating for 80 people and has room to add more tables if desired. The kitchen has gas stoves and ovens, stainless steel sinks and countertops with plenty of work space. The large walk in freezer and convenient walk in refrigerator help to accommodate many guests at a time. All furnishings of the restaurant will convey. The eleven log design cabins are just a few years old and are in excellent shape. Servicing the 10 RV campsites is a community bath house and laundromat. Water is supplied to the ranch by community tap water, windmills and electric powered water wells. Ranch Historical Facts - Flying W Ranch has within its acreage a “Buffalo Jump” site documented as the largest and most complex bison kill site by Indians on the Southern Plains. It was here for a 600 year period the Plains Indians stampede herds of bison over a cliff and into a canyon as an efficient means of slaughter. The site is dated as being used by Native Americans between 300 BC and 300 AD. The Great Western Cattle Trail of long ago used by many cattlemen to drive their herds north from Texas to railroad heads at Dodge City, Kansas passes through this area. The terrain is composed of gently rolling grassland with ravines lined with cottonwood trees. Views at the top of some of the hills are as far as 50 miles in every direction. Wildlife and Fish Resources - Turkey, dove, quail, and white-tailed deer Location - Flying W Ranch is located about 90 miles west of Oklahoma City, and is less than 15 minutes from historic Elk City, Oklahoma. The ranch is just a few miles to the North of I-40 and on a well maintained hard surface Beckham County road.