Medicine Park Cherokee Lady Cabin
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2020 Upcoming Events
Park Stomp March 14-15, 2020 (Cancelled)
Fools’ Dozen Bike Event April 3-5, 2020 (Cancelled)
Roots Ball May 22-24, 2020 (Cancelled)
Rockin’ The Park July 3-5, 2020
Blues Ball September 4-6, 2020
Artwalk/Flute Festival and KCA Annual Powwow October 9-11, 2020
Christmas Carnival December 19, 2020
Medicine Park's Official Website: https://medicinepark.com/
Medicine Park Trail: Solid service walkway lined by cobblestones, along scenic Medicine Creek.
Bath Lake Swimming Area: Renovated area along Medicine Creek historically developed (and still used) for swimming.
Gondola Lake and Dam: Small, scenic Lake, below larger Lake Lawtonka dam, created by 1918 concrete dam built
over rugged granite boulders.
Lake Drive: Beautiful scenic drive along the shoreline of Lake Lawtonka.
Fishing: in Medicine Creek is now becoming a yearly event. In early November the creek is stocked with trout by the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation offering great trout fishing throughout the winter months. There is good fishing foe bass and other types of fish all year round.
The Old Plantation: The most significant building in the Town's history. Started in 1909 as the Outside Inn, it became the Grand Hotel in the 1920's. In the 1960's it became the Old Plantation. Now a fully restored, world-famous restaurant in the heart of the town.
Veterans Monument: Granite marker in Jack Laughter Park dedicated to all war veterans.
Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge: 60,000 plus acres are home to free range buffalo, longhorn cattle, prairie dog towns, elk and deer. Mount Scott provides a scenic drive to the second highest point in the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge. Special tours and programs throughout the year. 580-429-3222
Lake Lawtonka: Magnificent man-made (water supply) lake, built in the shadows of Mount Scott, with abundant recreational opportunities and facilities.
Lake Elmer Thomas Recreation Area: (LETRA) Camping, RV sites, miniature golf, water-slide, boat ramps and docks.
Meers: Born during the turn-of-the-century gold rush, the Meers Restaurant and store, with its fabulous hamburgers, is all that remains of this former boomtown. The Tour de Meers is held here annually.
Museum of the Great Plains: Cultural and natural history of the Southern Great Plains of North America; Tingley
Collection of Native American artifacts, Red River Trading
Fort Sill Museum: 1870 Old Post buildings house exhibits about buffalo soldiers, Southern Plains tribes and famous
Apache Geronimo; world’s largest collections of military memorabilia.
The Holy City of the Wichitas: Home of the longest running passion play.