Saturation News visited an interesting place in the heartland of Oklahoma over the weekend. Saturation visited Woolaroc Museum and Wildlife Reserve. Woolaroc allows guests to drive into the reserve and see the wildlife from your car window literally. Woolaroc features a Petting Zoo, Cafe, Mesuem and an outdoor event area.
The area features some beautiful buildings such as the one you see above and the museum is filled with several artifacts from the area surrounding native American Culture. The resort has a nice park area for children to play at that features a swings, slides and other fun actives.
Woolarocks history plays a deep role in what you see at the Museum and Wildlife Reserve. The whole park was once Frank Phillips Ranch in Bartlesville Oklahoma. The Ranch is were he would take guests and large groups to entertain. The park features a museum that is filled with Native American history along with history related to Phillips 66 the oil giant Frank Philips created.