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Guthrie’s rich heritage is brought to life each day on Historic Trolley Tours and in places like the Oklahoma Territorial Museum, Oklahoma Publishing Museum and the Frontier Drugstore Museum. With three more unique museums and the world’s largest Scottish Rite Masonic Temple, there is always a place to browse and explore.

With four public golf courses locally and many more within a few miles of Guthrie, there is always an open spot to tee off for a leisurely game. The City of Guthrie hosts beautiful parks that provide a shady respite for picnics and gatherings, trails for hiking, biking or a brisk power-walk. There’s swimming in the summer and playgrounds, tennis courts and a skateboard ramp to enjoy throughout the year. Area lakes offer camping, boating, fishing and play areas for a family outing or a quiet fishing trip with friends.

Relax in the Oklahoma countryside with a cabin stay and hunting expedition at Deer Time Ranch or test your shooting skills at Silverleaf Shotgun Sports. Or for the ultimate in-summer-fun, you can try one of Oklahoma’s newest attractions at the world’s largest wakeboard park, Central Oklahoma Wakeboard Center, just off I-35. Wakeboard enthusiasts and beginners alike enjoy taking a spin around this unique sporting lake that offers a variety of activities and true summer fun.


If you prefer to be a spectator instead of a participant there are year-round events at the Lazy E Arena that range from extreme motocross and BMX competitions to world-class equestrian and rodeo events of every kind. Or on a cool summer evening, you can pack up the car for the drive-in movie or watch your favorite little league team on one of Guthrie’s many sports facilities. For the ultimate in-viewing enjoyment there is the Pollard Theatre with Oklahoma’s only full-time resident theater troupe. Guests from around Oklahoma enjoy performances that bring this historic theater alive with world-class musicals, dramas and comedies. If it’s toe-tapping bluegrass that you enjoy, you can catch world champion fiddler Byron Berline and his band perform a couple of weekends a month at his Double Stop Music Hall in our downtown historic district.

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