2122 US 74 S.
Purcell, OK 73080
Phone: (405) 527-5603
Fax: (405) 527-0804
2122 US 74 S., Purcell, OK, US, 73080
- Phone: (405) 527-5603
- Fax: (405) 527-0804
Norman's premier family fun center that includes a miniature golf course, race cars, bumper boats, batting cages, a lighted driving range, sand volleyball, a game room, and picnic areas.
If a fun-filled day with the family is what you seek, Reaves Park would be a great spot to pick. With its many facilities, this outdoor space appeals to people of all ages, ensuring that a good time is had by one and all. This park features a picnic area, playground equipment, sand volleyball courts and walking and jogging tracks. The annual Medieval Fair that has been a Norman tradition since 1977 is held here.
One of the largest and most complete collection of materials in the West, this research center and library features 65,000 books and thousands of manuscripts, periodicals, maps, photographs, and artifacts pertaining to the socio-economic development of the western frontier.
Known for its unique architectural style and its historic connections to Oklahoma history and Native American fine arts and cultures, this beautiful art center is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and features a variety of exhibits, poetry readings, and art demonstrations. Classes are available. Book and video libraries are also on site.
Open April through October, this marina features a full dock, fishing tackle, boating supplies, picnic areas, and boat storage spaces. Rentals including paddle boats and canoes are also available.
This library offers a large selection of books on a variety of topics, as well as periodicals, audio and video cassettes, CDs, Internet access, learning kits, and children's programs.
Cleveland County, home to Norman, Oklahoma and its Sooners, has a rich frontier history. This home, constructed in 1900 and now on the National Register of Historical Places, has been preserved by the city to serve as a living museum. As visitors explore the house, they will find exhibits detailing county history from the Land Run to Oklahoma statehood. The architectural style is Queen Anne, and rooms are furnished with period antiques and stained-glass windows. This is a wonderful attraction for both history and architecture or interior design buffs. Admission is free.
Unique zoo that provides personal tour guides that tell you about the facts of the animals, where they came from, and the differences in their personalities. These tour guides are adapted to answer all of your questions as you tour through and get a close-up look at the animals that live here.