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The Pioneer Woman sets select dates for visitors to see The Lodge on Drummond Ranch for free

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PAWHUSKA, Okla. – Do you want to see the filming location of The Pioneer Woman? Now, you can!

On select dates in June and August, Ree and Ladd Drummond are inviting visitors to The Lodge on Drummond Ranch in Pawhuska at no charge!

The Lodge is their family guest house in northeast Oklahoma and is also the production location of her Food Network Show.

Dates to visit are:

  • June 1-3
  • June 5-10
  • June 12-17
  • August 7-12

The Lodge will be open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on those dates.

These are just upcoming dates. Her website states that new dates are added regularly, along with surprise/last minute dates!

IMPORTANT NOTE: It is free to visit the Lodge, but tickets are required for the Lodge tours.

You must go to The Mercantile the day of your Lodge visit in order to receive the Lodge ticket/directions.

They are only good for that day’s date and are not available in advance.

“Come to Pawhuska and enjoy The Mercantile for a whole day…or two! There’s plenty to do (and eat) both inside The Merc and around Osage County, and we’d love to have you in our neck of the woods. Bring your sweetie, bring your mom, bring your cousins, bring a group of old friends. We want you to enjoy the heck out of The Merc and Pawhuska!” -Ree Drummond.

The Mercantile, owned by the Drummond’s, is a “destination deli, general store, and bakery in the heart of Osage County, Oklahoma.”

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