The OJO Ranch is 10,000 acres of expansive, completely unobstructed Native Grassland and Rocky Gullies. The property has a huge presence of rich geology and also includes 1,000 acres of CRP.
Before our family bought the ranch, Roy Rogers is believed to have trained his famous Palominos in this area. The ranch also features a rock formation with carvings in the rock from 1886 of people passing through as they settled the West.
The ranch has been in our family for three generations, and we are very excited to share our piece of Western Kansas with you!
The textured grasslands have deeper holes that hold water in the mostly dry creek beds, which are spots to key in on for muleys and antelope. I've also seen scaled quail near the pens closer to the house.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Property Details & Ground Rules
- Check In: After 12:00 AM
- Check Out: Before 12:00 AM
- Nearby Interstate: 20+ miles
- Nearby Highway: 0-10 miles
- Nearby Airport: 20+ miles
- Campfires: Allowed
- Pets: Not allowed on property
- ATV's: Not allowed
- Parking: Yes
- Drive-in Access: No
- Walk-in Access: Yes
- Guests: 4 Allowed
Cancellation Policy: Refunds are only available within 48 hours of the landowner accepting your booking request.
- HCHenry C
OJO is a incredible landscape and I wish I had more time to explore all 10,000 acres but what I saw was super unique and pretty. Cody and his dad were super friendly and generous. The Ranch sits in a beautiful and under appreciated corner of the state of Kansas and its rolling hills, rocky outcroppings, incredible stars, native prairie, mammals, reptiles and birds makes its a wonderful place to get outdoors and appreciate nature in many ways. As of spring 2022 the whole area is still in an extreme drought, so in a wetter time I’m sure we would have seen even more. We were there for birding but this would be a great place for stargazing, or anyone interested in geology or native plants as well as of course pronghorn, deer, pheasant or scaled quail hunting. For birding we found many good species especially in the trees around the house and on the perimeter of the ranch. Highlights were Scaled Quail around the cattle pens near the house, MacGillivray’s, and Northern Waterthrush at the house, Cassin’s sparrow, and tons of lark buntings in the souther portion. We also saw Bull snakes and a prairie rattle snake a few miles away from the ranch. For mammals we say coyotes, jackrabbits and deer and pronghorn scat. Ebird trip report https://ebird.org/tripreport/56948?view=photosReviewed by Guest on May 2022