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Lawton Fort Sill, Oklahoma
Lawton Fort Sill, Oklahoma

 Lawton Fort Sill, Oklahoma

Our meaningful past and unique present is your passport to adventure!  Explore the history of the Comanches, Apaches, pioneers, military heroes and the scenery of the Wild West in Lawton Fort Sill.  Nestled below the Wichita Mountains, the region is rich with relics and tales from long ago.  Discover the inspirational beauty, the historic importance and the natural splendor of the Great Plains.

Lawton Fort Sill, Oklahoma
Lawton Fort Sill, Oklahoma
Exceptional Experiences
Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge.   Wild, rugged and weathered, the mountain range offers visitors 22,000 acres open for driving or hiking with views of the free-roaming bison, elk and other wildlife.  A 3.5 mile road leads to a breathtaking view at the summit of Mount Scott.  It boasts tales of ancient spirits, Spanish gold and buried outlaw loot.

Fort Sill Historic Landmark and Museums 
Founded in 1868, Fort Sill played a major role in the history of the west.  Nearly all the original buildings survive today, comprising the most complete fort from the Indian Wars period still in existence.  The buildings include officers’ quarters, infantry and cavalry barracks, the forge house, the stables and more.

Lawton Fort Sill, Oklahoma
Lawton Fort Sill, Oklahoma
Museum of the Great Plains
View the special collections and exhibits that spotlight the natural history of the Great Plains.  The Red River Trading Post is a replica of the trading posts that existed in the region in the 1830’s and features a fortified log stockade and two story blockhouses.  Actors in period costumes recreate history right before your eyes.

While You Are Here
Enjoy two new shopping districts, the indoor mall and the unique boutiques downtown.  Relish the regional dining opportunities including the best barbecue, authentic Mexican and southern comfort food.  Stay in a luxurious hotel, a quaint bed & breakfast or enjoy nature while camping. Test your luck in the casinos, fish or ski in Lake Lawtonka, see the art gallery and immerse in the philharmonic.

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Lawton Fort Sill Chamber of Commerce
302 W Gore Blvd
Lawton, OK 73501

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