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Best Sites to See in Comanche County, OK

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Holy City of the Wichitas Report Abuse
The east pagent that occurs each year at the Holy City is one of the longest running pagents in American history. Residents within the county and from surrounding areas come to see this play each year.
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They have a statue of Jesus that has stone from the Holy Land. This is another jewel of Oklahoma history and a must see.
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Wichita Wildlife Refuge Report Abuse
A scenic area that is protected by the government, the refuge has many types of animals, reptiles, and amphibians for the visitor to enjoy. This area is several millions of years old and the mountains actually stretch as far as Texas. Hiking, rappeling, and tour groups are the norm for visitors to this area.
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Everyone should visit the refuge. It is absolutely splendid.
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Museum of the Great Plains Report Abuse
This museum displays many of the artifacts that exemplify early Comanche County culture. When you vist this museum, you are taking a walk back in time.
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A snapshot of Oklahoma history that everyone will enjoy.
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Meers Store and Restaurant Report Abuse
Home of the world famous Meer's burger, a burger that is the size of a dinner plate. This burger is made from longhorn beef and has been voted the best burger in Oklahoma.
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The Meers burger is world famous. You haven't lived until you've had one.
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Comanche National Museum & Cultural Center Report Abuse
This museum offers the visiting public an accurate representation of the Comanche culture. The Comanche are an important part of Oklahoma history and one of the largest Native American groups in Oklahoma.
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The Comanches are an important part of Oklahoma history. Anyone who visits Comanche County should visit this center.
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Fort Sill National Historic Landmark and Museum Report Abuse
You will see a snapshot of early Fort Sill, which is the only remaining fort built during the Indian Wars.
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Mattie Beal Home Report Abuse
Mattie Beal was one of the first settlers to this area during the land rush in the early days of Lawton's history. This house still stands as one of the finest examples of architecture in Comanche County.
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Comanche Nation Water Park Report Abuse
A recreational area owned by the Comanche tribe. Free admission for children under three.
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Quanah Parker Star House Report Abuse
A house built for the famous chief Quannah Parker, son of Cynthia Parker by Texas cattlemen. Star house is now used by Parker family for events.
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Carnegie Hall Library Report Abuse
Formerly a library, now used as a meeting space. This building is on the National Register of Historic Places.
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Cameron University Report Abuse
Originally started as Cameron College and was an A&M college. Cameron now offers associates, bachelors and masters degrees at the their Lawton and Duncan campuses.
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Fort Sill Report Abuse
A fort built during the Indian Wars and home of the Army Field Artillery. Geronimo, Quannah Parker, and Santana are buried in the cemetery on post.
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The Little Chapel of Lawton Report Abuse
This is one of Lawton's oldest public buildings and houses the Leslie Powell Art Gallery.
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Fort Sill Indian School Report Abuse
A school (now vacant) opened by Quakers in the 1870s. An important part of the history of this county, the boarding school originally housed grades one through twelve and taught a curriculum that centered around agriculture and homemaking. The school was closed in the late 1980s.
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Medicine Park Report Abuse
A cobblestone community located near the entrance to the Wichita Wildlife Refuge. This was Oklahoma's first planned resort and was visited by the rich, famous, and notorious.
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Faxon Speedway Report Abuse
A racing track that is located six miles south of Lawton.
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Lawton Speedway Report Abuse
A racing track that is located near the local airport. Food is cheap and the entertainment great.
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Lake Elmer Thomas Report Abuse
An area that is located bewteen Fort Sill, Oklahoma and the Wichita Wildlife Refuge. Also, allows for camping, boating, and fishing.
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Lake Lawtonka Report Abuse
Another great area that allows camping, fishing, hiking. Also supplies water to nearby Lawton, OK.
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Lake Ellsworth Report Abuse
This is an area that allows naturalist to hike, camp, or fish, You won't completly leave behind the modern world when you visit this spot. Electricity, restraurants, showers and all of the conveniences of the modern world are nearby and accessible to all.
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