Duncan is home to more than 23,000 people and is the seat of Stephens County. Get on a bus charter in Duncan, Oklahoma and tour the city today.
A bus charter in Duncan, Oklahoma can take you to:
Take the kids to Kiddieland Park, where they could ride the tilt-a-whirl, merry-go-round, airplanes, and other features.
The Palace Theatre is located inside a historic building and still screens movies. You should also head out to Chisholm Trail Arts Council, where you have professional musicians regaling you during the CTAC Live season. The center also holds art classes for adults, teens and kids. Or watch the plays and dinner theater that Duncan Little Theatre performs. There are also several public artworks that you can view, such as the Plato Elementary School Mural and the Jack A. Maurer Convention Center Mural, among others.
Main Street is known as the Antique Capital of Southwest Oklahoma because you can find vintage treasures in the historic buildings here. The area has 28,000 square feet of retail and store spaces where you can find not just antiques but also tableware, western themed items and other merchandise. You could also check out the proudly local retailers in Duncan, which includes the Bernina Center, Books Galore, Crescent Moon Clothing Company, and Prairie Rose Gifts & Collectibles, among others.
Play golf at Duncan Golf & Country Club, the Territory Golf & Country Club, or at the Twin Oaks Golf Club.
There are several places in the city that you can go to in order to learn more about its cowboy and native past. Go to the Chisholm Trail Heritage Center and experience how it was like to be a cowboy. You can rope a Longhorn steer, or create a brand. And then ride a bronco or sit around the campfire and listen to stories and advice of Jesse Chisholm. You should also check out the Rock Island 905 Museum where you can find a Rock Island steam locomotive. The entire museum that features a dispatcher desk, communication exhibits, model trains and other railroad related displays is located inside a replica train depot from the 1890s. Another history related activity that you could do in the city is the reading the stepping stones on the sidewalk of Main Street.
You should also check out the Stephens County Historical Museum where you can learn more about life in the county and the city in the past. There are several rooms here that you can visit, complete with memorabilia, antiques and decor, including a family dentist office and a kitchen. Or head out to the Foreman Prairie House Historic Site, which was built in the 1910s and sports a prairie style design. It was built by WT Foreman, a pioneer in the city. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, together with Brittain-Garvin House, Duncan Armory, Duncan Public Library, H.C. Chrislip House, Patterson Hospital, Johnson Hotel and Boarding House, and Louis B. Simmons House.
Camp, have a picnic, or fish at Lake Fuqua, the biggest of the city's lakes. Or you can go to Lake Humphreys where you have 17 miles of shoreline and is the perfect place to camp, hunt and fish. Then you have Clear Creek Lake, where you could do the same things and also go boating. Then you could also visit the city's parks for more outdoor fun. The Douglas Park has a pool, community center, playground, tennis courts, and picnic facilities, while Fuqua Park has a pool, picnic facilities, swings, a museum, playground, gazebo, and train exhibit. If you want beautiful surroundings, visit the city's Arboretum & Heritage Park. Or you can admire the war tributes at Memorial Park.
Other parks you can go to in order to play sports, have a picnic, have fun and relax, include Abe Raizen Park, Hillcrest Park, Jaycee Park, McCasland Rotary Park, Whisenant Park, Olen Sledge Memorial Park, Playday Park, and Timbergate Park.
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