A very country Christmas.

By Perri Ormont Blumberg
December 18, 2019
Mercantile Storefront
Credit: The Pioneer Woman Mercantile

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Pioneer Woman Land!

If you can't make it to Pawhuska, Oklahoma, this holiday season, we still invite you to swoon over the spirited store decor at Ree Drummond's The Pioneer Woman Mercantile. After entering the general store through a door decorated with plenty of garland, string lights, and a wreath, guests are in a world of holiday cheer.

There are several Christmas trees throughout the store, and each tree features its own theme, from a sports-themed tree with football, soccer, and baseball ornaments galore to an Oklahoma-themed Christmas tree with a Route 66 ornament (grab some for your road-tripping friends!), Oklahoma state-shaped ornament, and more. Of course, visitors can buy all the ornaments they see as they peruse the Merc's floors. Some Christmas ornaments are also available for purchase on The Mercantile's website.

Earlier this month, The Pioneer Woman Mercantile Instagram account also shared a delightful tree decked out with imitation food ornaments. We'll grab the watermelon, the cinnamon bun, and the corn-on-the-cob, and wash it all down with a hearty meal at The Merc's restaurant.

In addition to The Merc being all dressed up in holiday mode, the Drummond Lodge also features some wonderful holiday decor. Below, we see the inviting fireplace with stockings already hung and a classic Christmas tree in the background. If you're in the Pawhuska area over the holiday season and interested in a tour, learn more and see the upcoming tour dates here.

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Have you been to Pawhuska and The Merc during the holiday season? There's nothing like Christmas in a small town. We'd love to hear from you: What's your favorite small town in the South for holiday lights and decorations?