Sandy Creek bisects Rancho Sereno and separates the Guest House and the reining horse breeding operation from the ranch’s 115 acre wildlife preserve. Guests are invited to hike the trail system of the wildlife preserve.
The two acre private lake was designed by a well known wildlife biologist and fisheries expert and is stocked with an appropriate food chain at the top of which are Florida and native largemouth bass.
Guests are encouraged to fish both private lakes. The ranch asks that fisherman use every reasonable effort to release the 3 pound or larger fish without harm. Please keep fish under 3 pounds. The fish have a short memory, so you may catch one twice!
Guests are welcome to observe our reining horses and can tour the barn operation upon request. We are unable to accommodate riding on the property but we can make riding arrangements with local independent wranglers.
Nearby Lake Texoma is noted as a prolific striped bass fishery and also offers all water sports. www.laketexomaonline.com.
Rancho Sereno can often arrange a round of golf for a foursome on the Jack Nicklaus Course at Rock Creek Resort. See our Specials page.
There are also several quality golf courses located within a thirty minute drive of Rancho Sereno, including Turtle Hill Golf Course (www.playtheturtle.net), Dornick Hill Golf & Country Club (www.dornickhills.com) and Chickasaw Pointe Golf Resort (www.touroklahoma.com)
The Pine Room has wi-fi internet access and cell phone booster. In addition to plates and cutlery, the kitchen is equipped with cookware, condiments, and coffee. The patio has outdoor speakers for your iPod and a gas grill for your exclusive use.
Your room is fully furnished with luxurious sheets, towels, and bath amenities to make your stay as comfortable as possible.