Oklahoma is a state in the South Central region in the US. It is identified as the main producer of agricultural products because of the vast diversity of its terrain. The eco-regions of Oklahoma offer farms, ranches and markets with abundant natural sceneries. The growing agritourism adventure in Oklahoma made a mark to those who love to explore and enjoy agricultural activities and events.
The small portions of the agri-adventure of rural America are the serene sunset, vineyards, wineries, corn maze, lavender farms and many other agricultural ranches. Below are some of the agritourism adventures sites that you may want to visit during your stay in Oklahoma.
Apple-inspired items are found at Apple Hollow. It is a unique country-style shop located 0.25 mile north on Highway 71. A small apple orchard is found nearby. Visitors can pick apples freely. The shop offers homemade jams, beeswax candles, scented soaps and jellies. It also sells homemade fried apple and fruit pies.
Black Sheep Winery and Vineyards
Black Sheep Winery is thirty six acres of family owned vineyard land. Becky and David Brinkley established a tasting area and a gift shop at old Cameron Highway 112. The winery also hosted many special events like weddings, reunions, dinners and business luncheons.
Bucket of Berries
Bucket of Berries is a farm land in Sapulpa owned by David and Dianne. The farm specializes in small fruits like blue berries, strawberries and black berries. There are many varieties of prepicked and picked berries to choose from. The farm is open from April to July every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday (7 am to noon). Bucket of Berries also sells garden plants at their green house.
Honey Hill Farm
Honey Hill Farm is 320 acres of grassy field, lakes and woodlands. It is located northwest of Guthrie and 1.5 miles north of Highway 74C. The farm sells honey and honey products as well as European fallow deer venison. Deer’s are raised on 55 acres of land with no steroids, hormones nor antibiotics used. They are fed with a mixture of sunflower, soybean and ground corn pellets during May. The farm can also accommodate group arrangements in May and October.
Lavender Hill Farm and Vineyard
Lavender Hill Farm and Vineyard is plot of land filled with thousands of purple flowers called lavender. It is the first Oklahoma’s commercial lavender growing farm. It features 3,000 field plants, garden, a gift shop and a log house rental.
The farm is located nearby Stone Bluff in the Northwestern Wagoner County and resembles the lavender fields in the Province region of southern France. There are guided tours, plant sales and annual Lavender Festivals. Lavender Hill Farm and Vineyard also sells lavender products such as soaps, oils, jellies and other lavender made ornaments.
Shawnee Maze & Pumpkin Patch
The Shawnee Maze and Pumpkin Patch offer good farmin’ fun mazes. Enjoy corn mazes and meeting farm animals. The place also offers hay jumps, old-fashioned hayride and the pumpkin patch. Guests can have a chance to pick pumpkin to take home during the last two weeks of October. Trick-or-treats and hunting spooks are held on Saturdays. Group tours and fieldtrips are available on weekdays.