History

Forest Ridge is built on land that was once a cattle ranch owned by L.S. Robson. L.S. Robson was the grandfather of Forest Ridge developer, Joe Robson. The Robson Ranch stretched from Broken Arrow to Catoosa. The Robson family ranch still exists on a portion of this land.

After the death of Nick Robson, Joe’s father, the ranch was leased to conserve 2,000 wild Mustang horses.

Forest Ridge was started with the development of the Oaklane Subdivision in November 1986.

In 1988, construction on the Forest Ridge Golf Course began. The course was opened to the public on October 1, 1989.

The Forest Ridge Swim and Tennis Center soon followed, opening in the summer of 1992.

Since the opening of Oaklane in 1986, Forest Ridge has grown to 13 neighborhoods with over 1000+ homes and growing.

Forest Ridge is a multi-year winner of “Best Subdivision” by the Home Builders Association Tulsa during the annual Parade of Homes.

Forest Ridge was named one of the “Top 100 Places to Retire” by Where to Retire Magazine.

About Us

Forest Ridge is a master planned community with homes for every budget, stunning green areas, and recreation for every taste. The resort-style development is located on over 1,000 acres in beautiful Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. As a Forest Ridge resident, you'll live the lifestyle you deserve by enjoying the award-winning 18-hole public golf course, a full-service restaurant, Player's Grill Bar and an endless variety of recreational activities amidst the inviting masterpiece that makes Forest Ridge, the desired community. The Glass Veranda at Forest Ridge is the ideal place to host your wedding with an immaculate setting. The Glass Veranda provides a grand room with the grace of chandeliers and a soft color palate that will coordinate with your color scheme of your perfect day. The classic high ceilings and a fabulous wall of glass offer a striking view of the golf course with its impressive tree setting - adding to the charming character of the event. All of this charm will ensure that your wedding is truly a memorable day.