Bend of the River Outfitters

Guided and Semi-Guided Hunts. On 12,000+ acres of western Oklahoma
private land.

Bend of the River Outfitters is primarily located within Roger Mills County, Oklahoma. Roger Mills County is on the western border of Oklahoma. The South Canadian River flows along the northern border of the county. The town of Cheyenne is the county seat and the largest town. It is near the center of the county and is about 125 miles west of Oklahoma City.

The topography of Roger Mills County is mostly rolling, but there are some nice cottonwood bottoms. The altitude ranges from 2,600 feet at Antelope Hills in the northwestern part of the county to 1,700 feet in the southeastern part where the Washita River flows into Custer County. The Washita River flows through the central part and drains about three-fourths of the county.

The climate of Roger Mills County is subhumid, temperate, and continental. It is characterized by hot summers, mild winters, relatively high wind velocities, and wide fluctuations in rainfall.

Words of Praise

“Greg runs a great camp. Great accommodations, food, service…he’s working hard to get you to the birds. In short, you get your ‘bang’ for your buck. A real positive experience.”– Dave Olson “Ole”, Owatonna, Minnesota

“Archery hunting with you was great. Even though I couldn’t get that monster close enough to my arrow, I will be back next year, if you will have me.”– Richard “Vic” Vickery, Middleburg, Florida

“We have harvested the biggest whitetails in our life with you. As you know we are three time customers and we will be back next year!”– Mel and Al Gouker, Belle Vernon, Pennsylvania

“Thanks again for everything. The great hunt, great care at the lodge, plenty of game, great food and accommodations, pictures and most of all your kindness to us old turkey hunters. See you next year!”– Larry Proffitt, Elizabethton, Tennessee

“If you want to hunt with an outfitter that will assist you in any way possible to make your Western Oklahoma hunt more enjoyable, come hunt with Greg.”– Gary Purdy, Enid, Oklahoma