The Town Branch Guest Ranch was originally built as church camp in the early 1950s. It’s beautiful and private location along the Illinois River yet close to the city of Tahlequah made it an ideal location for such an endeavor. Campers enjoyed the usual amenities of swings, outdoor ping pong, tether ball, baseball, swimming pool and chapel. Once the camp ceased operation in 1988, it sat vacant until the mid 1990s. The property has even been used as movie location for the remake of Where The Red Fern Grows.
The cabins are a just short walk to the scenic Illinois River. Along the way enjoy the seasonal show that Mother Nature has for you. If you are lucky you may see some wildlife. Don’t worry, nothing too wild! Perfect time to stop and smell the wildflowers. Once you reach the river the possibilities are endless with fishing, wading and relaxing.
Our cabins are designed to be a rustic get-getaway for rest, relaxation and recreation! When you arrive, leave everyday life at the door and enjoy your time at our Guest Ranch.
The Branch is a natural extension of the guest ranch, with American-influenced dining in an inviting atmosphere located in the heart of downtown Tahlequah.
Live music happens every Friday and Saturday evening. Visit our Facebook page for a current listing of performers. https://www.facebook.com/Thebranchtahlequah/
The restaurant is open Tuesday through Saturday. Dinner is served from 4 pm to close.
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