Woolaroc Boasts First-Class Museum, Wildlife Preserve


Wednesday, April 6th 2016, 9:17 am
By: News On 6


What started as a ranch retreat for Bartlesville oilman Frank Phillips in 1925 is today a popular 3,700 acre wildlife preserve in Osage County, southwest of Bartlesville and northwest of Tulsa.  

Woolaroc features a world-class museum with western art, artifacts and a huge Colt firearm collection. 

Woolaroc has also preserved Frank and Jane Phillips lodge ranch house and the wildlife preserve features bison, elk and longhorn cattle as well as some exotic animals.

The lodge consisting of eight bedrooms, six guest rooms and two separate, connecting bedrooms. It overlooks Clyde Lake next door to the museum.  

News On 6 photojournalist Steve Parker shares some images from Woolaroc.  

More information about Woolaroc can be found at www.woolaroc.org.