Welcome to
Dark Water Ranch

Closed for winter opening back up in May.

Oklahoma Farm Fun

Handcrafting goat milk soap & skincare products for our family and yours.

Visitors experience Oklahoma Fun On The Farm! Visits include seeing the animals, the ducks in Quackerville, turkeys in Turkey Town, Pigs in Pigwala, and watching the rabbits in Hoppyton. Experience feeding treats to the goats at the snack bar, visit the goat kids and lambs in their daycare center.  Learn about what each animal on the farm provides, such as milk, meat, or eggs. See the development of eggs into chicks in the hatchery.

Learn the basics of growing plants in soil and with straw bale gardening. Plant your own seed to take home. Then play some old time simple games. Try your hand at gem mining with the Old Fred Mining Company.

Late Spring and Summer we have the sunflower  walk to enjoy. We will be adding the Butterfly tunnel this year, walk in the shade of the tunnel enjoying the flowers. greenery and the butterflies that are drawn to the flowers..

In the Fall you can have fun in the maze and you will be able to Pick A Pumpkin, to take home.

Call to schedule a visit during the open season.

We grow and produce several items on Dark Water Ranch. We sell at  select farmers markets or you can purchase items on site, our Goat Milk Soap and non food items can also be purchased from our online store.

We  grow Jumbo quail and rabbits that make a nutritious and healthy meat option. We sell farm fresh eggs both chicken and quail . The new Homemade Food Freedom Act will also allow us to offer pickled quail eggs, candied cucumber rings and goat cheese to our food from the farm products. this year

Of course we also grow farm fresh produce and we sell a few vegetable and flower starts so that you can grow your own healthy food options!​

We believe strongly in healthy food options grown on small family farms and sold straight to you, as it should be! ​ We are also a Made In Oklahoma Company for our soap and wood products.

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