Things to Do in Enid

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Attractions to Visit in Enid

4RKids Mini Golf has a newly remolded 18-hole layout highlighted by beautiful landscaping, waterfalls, ponds, butterfly garden, and is fully wheelchair accessible. 710 Overland Trail

Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center tells the extraordinary story of the largest land run in American history and the settling and development of the Cherokee Strip. On the grounds of the Heritage Center complex is beautiful Humphrey Heritage Village, a living history village featuring four historically significant buildings. 507 S. 4th Street

David Allen Memorial Ballpark is the finest high school baseball facility in the U.S., and the venue for many regional and national high school, Connie Mack and college tournaments. 301 S. Grand Ave

Enid Woodring Wall of Honor and Veterans Park features Living Walls in honor of veterans past and present and a permanent 80% scale replica of the Vietnam Veterans Monument in Washington D.C. 1026 S. 66th St.

Meadowlake Park offers family fun, including a Ferris wheel, carousel, train, toddler cars and paddleboats, along with play equipment and fishing. Rides are open from Memorial Day to Labor Day. 1200 W. Rupe

Leonardo’s Children’s Museum & Adventure Quest has more than one-hundred hands-on activities for children and families to enjoy inside the museum. Adventure Quest, the world’s largest community built outdoor playground, featuring a three-story wooden castle with bridges, slides, swings, mazes, water table and more! 200 E. Maple

Stride Bank Center is home to world-class concerts, athletic events, trade shows, conventions, and is the region’s finest event facility. 302 S. Grand

More Things to Do in Enid:
Enid Symphony Center, 301 W.. Broadway
Gaslight Theatre, 221 N. Independence
John Wilkes Booth Conspiracy, Garfield Furniture, 205 N. Grand
Midgley Museum. 1001 Sequoyah
Railroad Museum of Oklahoma. 702 N. Washington
Simpson’s Old Time Museum. 228 E. Randolph