Entertainment and Attractions


Museums

Oklahoma Route 66 Museum

Take a tour of pure Americana as you Journey through the decades on Route 66.  See the world's largest curio cabinet, vintage automobiles, and much more!

(580) 323-7866

www.route66.org

 

Mohawk Indian Lounge

Established in 1892, this is Oklahoma's oldest Indian trading post.  The store continues to buy, sell and trade authentic Indian artifacts as it has for well over 100 years.

(580) 323-2360

 

Cheyenne Cultural Center

This one-acre complex is located on the original Red Wheat allotment of the former Cheyenne-Arapaho Reservation.  The center features an exhibit area showcasing Cheyenne artists, an open-air portico, and a garden of plants important to the Cheyenne way of life.

(580) 323-6224


Recreation and Entertainment

Lucky Star Casino

The casino offers over 1,000 Vegas-style games, as well as poker and black jack in a friendly and exciting gaming atmosphere.  The 40,000-square-foot casino is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

(580) 323-6599

 

Riverside Golf Course

This 18-hole course that winds along the banks of the Washita Rivers was renovated in 2009.  Reasonable rates and a well-maintained course attract players from a 200-mile radius.

(580) 323-5958

 

Water-Zoo Indoor Water Park

Oklahoma's only indoor water park.  This climate controlled park is open year round and features 3 four story slides, lazy river, wave pool, activity pool, Kids Splash Zone and Cubs Cove.  The Water-Zoo also has a concession, party rooms, cabanas and gift shop.

(580) 323-9966


Clinton Public Pool

This Olympic size swimming pool features a large waterslide.  Open seasonally.

(580) 323-7870

 

Route 66 Miniature Golf

Miniature golf on historic Route 66!  Open seasonally at McLain Rogers Park.

 

Lost Boy's Paintball

Veteran owned and operated Lost Boy's Paintball is Oklahoma's only indoor paintball facility. Lost Boy's is open year round and offer the best paintball prices in the state.  Offering full rental gear and amazing group rates, along with a fully turfed field loaded with air bunkers. 

(580) 445-1555


Performing Arts

Southwest Playhouse

The Southwest Playhouse Fine Arts Center has produced first-rate live theater for over 40 years.  Located in a historic stock show arena now converted into a state-of-the-art theater, Southwest Playhouse produces six quality shows a year.

(580) 323-4448

www.swph.com

 

Country Music Jamboree

Enjoy live country and gospel music at its finest on the first and third Saturday of each month.

(580) 323-6117

www.clintoncountryjamboree.com

 

Western Oklahoma Ballet Theatre

Experience the power of dance in the western Oklahoma.

(580) 323-7400


Parks and Outdoor Recreation

Clinton has 17 city parks and several nearby lakes and wildlife preserves.  Highlights of a few of these parks include-

 

Acme Brick Park and Centennial Train

This 143-Acre recreational complex features a 35,000 square-foot indoor activity and fitness building including weight room and racquetball courts.  The Acme Centennial Train, which travels around the park, runs on weekends and for special events.  It is a replica of a 19th-century train and holds over 100 passengers.  Acme Park also has a large outdoor exhibit space, tennis courts and playground.  Schumacher Fields at Acme Park, Clinton's new softball and baseball complex, was completed in 2009.

(580) 323-4572

www.clintonokla.org

 

Foss State Park

Located 14 miles west of Clinton, Foss is known for its spectacular sunsets.  Foss Lake boasts 60 miles of shoreline and some of the best camping in Oklahoma.  The park offers six recreational vehicle campgrounds and a 17-mile multi-purpose trail.

(580) 592-4433

 

McLain Rogers Park and Historic Amphitheater

Situated on historic Route 66, McLain Rogers Park features one of only two outdoor amphitheaters in the state.  A neon entrance sign still glows as it did during the heyday of Route 66.  Three pavilions, picnic areas, children's play area, and the Clinton pool and waterslide are great reasons why this park has been utilized by families for generations.

(580) 323-0217

 

Washita National Wildlife Preserve

This 8,200-acre refuge on the northern portion of Foss Reservoir features one of the largest waterfowl concentrations in Oklahoma.  The preserve's diverse habitats attract over 250 species of wildlife.  Three endangered species, including the American bald eagle, can be found on the preserve.

(580) 323-2205