Stay and play At The Flyin' D Ranch

Located west of Davis, Oklahoma just one hour South of Oklahoma City and two hours North of Dallas, TX off I-35 in The Heart of The Arbuckle Mountains. Sulphur, Oklahoma is located 8 miles East of Davis, Oklahoma and is the county seat of Murray County. This area offers an vast array of outdoor recreational activities with Lake of The Arbuckles, Turner Falls and The Chickasaw National Recreational Park all located within close proximity.


Absolute Country is your path to a great retreat, guest ranch, country living at it’s best. Come stay at the Flyin’ D Ranch Brandin Post. A two story barn converted in to a very unique rustic home. Sleeps six in it three bedroom, one and a half bath with large kitchen.Come enjoy the beautiful ranch, see all the animals and enjoy the peace and quite. Ranch has miles of marked trails for hiking and mountain bikes on it’s 450 acres. Fishing pond with catch and release. Close to Arbuckle Mountains, Turner Falls, Cross Bar, Cultural Center and more.  During peak season a minimum of two nights stay is required on weekends.


If you are looking for a rustic, quiet getaway where all you hear are the birds singing, bullfrogs croaking and the gentle breeze in the trees, then Flyin-D Bunkhouse is the cabin for you and your family! Miles away from the hustle and bustle. Let your woes melt away in this Rustic Cabin in the woods with all the amenities you need for the perfect little getaway! Lots of trails to walk , ride your bike or even bring your own horse.  The Flyin’ D Ranch is perfectly situated in the Arbuckle Mountain region. With all its natural amenities.   During peak season a minimum of two nights stay is required on weekends.




Located on a 40 acre quarter horse ranch and sitting at an elevation of approximately 1,000 ft. above sea  level, this 2nd story Bunkhouse features all the amenities required for a comfortable stay as well as offering panoramic views of the beautiful Arbuckle area including exceptional sunrises and sunsets, hence its apropos name “View of the Sun”!