Comanche National Museum & Cultural Center

Monday-Friday 8am-5pm; Saturday 10am-2pm The museum hosts national traveling American Indian exhibits from metropolitan museums across the United States.  Visitors are offered a glimpse of traditional cultural objects and detailed history about the Comanche people. Address: 701 NW Ferris Ave Lawton, OK 73507 Phone: 580.353.0404 Website: http://www.comanchemuseum.com Admission is free and tour…

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Comanche Nation Water Park

Twelve acres of family fun, Comanche Nation Water Park boasts the Breaker Beach Wave pool, six waterslides, the Endless River, the Little Springs Lagoon and much more. Address: 501 NE Lawrie Tatum Rd Lawton, OK Phone: 580.353.6129 Website: http://www.comanchenationwaterpark.com

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Chisholm Trail Heritage Center

The Heritage Center celebrates the great history and heritage of the old Chisholm Trail and the other great cattle trails of the late 19th century.  Displays and galleries put visitors on the old Trail and tell the complete story of the famous trail. Address: 1000 Chisholm Trail Pkwy Duncan, OK…

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Advertise on Lawtoninfo.com

Website: http://www.lawtoninfo.com Email: admin@lawtoninfo.net Phone: 580.248.9214 January 01, 2015 Advertise your Business on  Lawtoninfo.com.  With our  affordable prices we help you tap into that important LOCAL market.  We are local and can l work with you to  make sure the end product is to your satisfaction. Make us a part…

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CU will examine “Sustainability: Challenges and Opportunities”

Academic Festival 2014 – 2015   Cameron University will examine “Sustainability: Challenges and Opportunities” in a series of presentations that comprise the university’s ninth Academic Festival, a dynamic, privately funded, year-long symposium that explores a topic worthy of in-depth study.  “Sustainability: Challenges and Opportunities” will present numerous opportunities for the…

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Specialty German Grocery

If you’ve never visited Roundtree Market in Lawton, Okla. the first thing you will notice upon walking through the doors of the specialty German market is just how cozy it is.  The second thing you’ll notice is how delicious it smells. Once upon a time the market was called Schutz…

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The Fairmont Creamery

Built in 1930, the Fairmont Creamery started off and stayed an institution in Lawton for many years.Unknown to many Lawtonians, this creamery was not founded locally.  It was a franchise started in Nebraska in the 1800s.  The organization gave farmers a leg up in processing their own cream and quickly…

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