Antone Ranch is a full-time working ranch in central Eastern Oregon where a true historical Western ranch experience has melded with modern activities. Daily work revolves around grazing some 1,200 cattle and farming the bounty of home grown feed for winter months. Situated at the foot of the Ochoco Mountains, nearly the whole of its 37,000 acres is put to use in the process, with Rock Creek coursing through as the main water supply on its way to the John Day River.
Approximately 200 miles of maintained roads tie the vastness of the ranch together. And with over 2,000 feet of elevation change and 12,000 acres of forest, it encompasses some of the most diverse terrain in the region. Six lakes are scattered on the property and home to trophy sized trout and water activities. At 110 acres, Rock Lake is the largest of the group and hosts two inviting campgrounds for the warmer months.
One of the highlights of the ranch is the abundant wildlife that makes Antone a premier viewing and hunting ranch in the West. Big game and upland birds are found throughout and are a main attraction for both avid sportsmen and novice guests looking for unforgettable experiences. A signature western action shooting range, a long range, and a sporting clays course were constructed to further hone or first learn marksmanship.
A jet-ready airstrip makes the ranch accessible to those coming from near or far. Once here, the possibilities for fun and adventure are unending. Its unique history, numerous activities, and natural beauty provide visitors to Antone Ranch a truly unforgettable experience.