You Can Leave A Note For Ree Drummond On Pioneer Woman Set Tours

Ree Drummond is the self-made Food Network star that fans can't get enough of. Since starting her "Pioneer Woman" blog 15 years ago, Drummond has become of the Food Network's most successful hosts while serving fans up a hearty helping of country charm. 

Drummond's humble roots are part of what endears her to her fans and help to make her so relatable. The chef's down-to-earth nature and idyllic country lodge fit for the pages of any cottage core fantasy blog probably have more than a few viewers wishing they could travel to the Drummond ranch to experience the Pioneer Woman empire for themselves. That dream has become a very real possibility for Food Network fans according to a post on the Pioneer Woman Mercantile's Instagram page. 

"What exactly can you expect during a "Lodge Tour," you might ask. Well, you get to walk through the exact space where Ree films her cooking show (which provides the most iconic photo ops). According to the rest of the IG post, all of Drummond's lodge tour guests are treated to a day with "Pioneer Woman" tour guides who will fill guests in on all of the behind-the-scenes fun facts and trivia that even the most dedicated Pioneer Woman fans probably won't know

Lodge tour guests can get up close and personal on the Pioneer Woman set

In true "Pioneer Woman" fashion, Drummond doesn't hide anything from her fans while they explore the family's lodge during the tour. Tour guests are invited to explore the lodge's hallways, have a look in the "Pioneer Woman" prop room, and even take a look through Drummond's kitchen drawers. Who wouldn't love a chance to see firsthand what the Pioneer Woman's kitchen essentials are? 

Guests can even bring a gift or leave a note for Drummond and her family to find in the lodge, something that Drummond says she enjoys. "Those notes and trinkets warm my heart," Drummond said on her website

While Pawhuska, Oklahoma might not be everyone's first choice of a vacation spot, for fans of the Pioneer Woman, making the trip out is totally worth it. Tickets to tour the Pioneer Woman lodge are completely free and allow guests to see the exact same spot where Drummond tests out her famous recipes. After working up an appetite on the tour, guests can also head down to the Drummond family mercantile and try some of Drummond's traditional country recipes firsthand.