Post Oak Lodge
Event Planner in Tulsa, OK
Situated (7) seven miles NW of downtown Tulsa, Oklahoma - located in the wooded hillsides of Persimmon Ridge lies the Post Oak Lodge. This unique conference center provides sixty cozy guestrooms, delicious dining options and 1st class service. Firms that adopt a learning culture really appreciate our conference center. Success is not only dependant on the quality of the education, but the living and leisure elements as well. Post Oak Lodge is the correct environment where people will be more comfortable and productive.
Conference and Meeting Venues near
read moreComplimentary wireless internet access, all-inclusive meeting day packages, ropes courses and incredible food make this Oklahoma conference center and Oklahoma retreat center a standout from the typical big box experience. In addition to flexible meeting space, audio-visual, food and beverage, POSTOAK offers turnkey team experiences. See the "Retreats" page to learn more about the ropes course or adding facilitated activities for attendees. We offer everything you would need for a successful Oklahoma meeting, Oklahoma conference, or Oklahoma retreat.
Outdoor Wedding Venue near Downtown
read moreThere are many benefits of having your Oklahoma wedding at POSTOAK. Chef Damien Jacob prepares excellent reception dinners whether you want a formal plated meal or a casual BBQ buffet. With 60 guest rooms and two lodge styles to choose from, your family and guests can stay on-site and enjoy each other's company and POSTOAK amenities. This place was a dream come true! The property is gorgeous, the staff is amazing, friendly and so accommodating. The lodges worked perfectly for having all of our out of town guests, and bridal party in one place for the entire weekend, and their breakfast was delicious.
A History Rooted in Oklahoma's
read moreLocal lore says adventurous pioneers fell in love with the Osage Hill's woodlands, valleys, and sparkling ponds. Storied outlaws like Jesse James, Belle Starr, and the Dalton brothers are said to have found refuge in the area's hills and caves. Eventually the serenity of the gorgeous site caught the attention of the Catholic Diocese. In 1983, Our Lady of Osage Hills was built on part of the acreage as a retreat and summer camp. Transition came in 1997 when The Williams Companies purchased the site.