The seat of Canadian County, El Reno is a city of around 17,000 people. A charter bus in El Reno, Oklahoma can help you tour the city today.
A charter bus in El Reno, Oklahoma can accommodate up to 60 people, helping you organize a travel group composed of friends and family. Prepare for a fun vacation going to the following places:
Play golf at the Crimson Creek Golf Club where you get 18 holes of golfing fun that measures close the 7,000 yards at the longest tees. It has a 72 par, a 74.2 course rating and a 126 slope rating. PB Dye designed the golf course and it was first opened in the 1990s.
Check out the Centre Theatre, which is important because of its architecture and its contribution to the city’s art scene. Then visit Fort Reno, which was established in the 1870s as a military fort. Come here and see the collection of nationally registered historic buildings. Also pay a visit to the Post Cemetery, where Tombstone Tales is held every September.
Then visit the Canadian County Museum, where you have a museum complex that is housed in several historic buildings such as a former Red Cross Canteen, a cabin of Gen. Sheridan, which is also the oldest structure in the entire Canadian County. Then check out the Heritage Express Trolley, the only rail-based trolley in Oklahoma. It runs from Heritage Park and goes through the downtown area every Wednesday through Sunday. Further, visit the Heroes Plaza, a monument that pays tribute to more than 200 men and women who lived in Canadian County and were killed in the wars that happened in the 20th century.
Then visit the sites listed on the National Register of Historic Places, including Avant's Cities Service Station, Canadian County Jail and Stable, El Reno High School, El Reno Municipal Swimming Pool Bath House, Jackson Conoco Service Station, and the William I. and Magdalen M. Goff House.
Visit Lake El Reno where you have more than 300 acres of land and another 300 acres of water. You can go water skiing, swimming, fishing, jet skiing, and boating here. You can also view wildlife or enjoy the remote controlled airplane field and the motorcycle dirt track. There is an RV park as well, and the Crimson Creek Golf Course.
Then you can visit the city's many parks for more outdoor activities. Go to Adams Park and skate the afternoon away at the skating park. That is on top of its many features, including soccer fields, disc golf course, playgrounds, a rodeo arena, baseball fields, and picnic pavilions. Meanwhile, Legion Park has a new splash pad and swimming pool where you can beat the summer heat. The park also features a walking trail, tennis courts, playgrounds, fishing facilities, and picnic facilities. Other parks you can go to are Frank Knight Park, Gadberry Park, Rinehart Park, and Burton Park.