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Clinton Ok Chamber Directory 2015-2017

McLain Rogers Park and Historic Amphitheater Situated on historic Route 66, McLain Rogers Park features one of only two out- door 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 rea- and fitness building including weight room sons why this park has been utilized by and racquetball courts. The Acme Centen- families for generations. (580) 323-0217 nial Train, which travels around the park, runs on weekends and for special events. Washita National Wildlife Preserve This 8,200-acre refuge on the northern It is a replica of a 19th-century train and holds over 100 passengers. Acme Park portion of Foss Reservoir features one of the largest waterfowl concentrations in also has a large outdoor exhibit space and playground. Schumacher Fields at Acme Oklahoma. The preserve’s diverse habi- tats attract over 250 species of wildlife. Park, Clinton’s new softball and baseball complex, was completed in 2009. (580) Three endangered species including the American bald eagle can be found on the 323-4572, www.clintonokla.org preserve. (580) 323-2205 Foss State Park Located just west of Clinton and seven SHOPPING miles North of I-40 on Highway 44, Foss Lake is known for its spectacular sunsets. For a distinctive shopping experience, Foss State Park has 6 campgrounds for visit historic downtown Clinton on Frisco recreational vehicles and tent camping. Avenue. Downtown Clinton boasts spe- cialty clothing boutiques, sporting goods, 110 sites are available, with ten full hook- up sites in Cottonwood Campground; antique stores and home interior shops. 30/50 amp electric, water and sewer. 22 There are many hidden treasures be- miles of trails are available for hiking, yond Frisco Avenue including unique gift mountain biking and equestrian use. A shops, department stores, Route 66 mer- 9-Hole Disc Golf course is available. Stop chandise, and Native American trading by Foss State Park at feeding time and posts. Clinton continues to earn its nick- see a breathtaking sight of charging bi- name, “the Hub City,” as the shopping son from the Park’s resident herd. For hub of western Oklahoma. more information call (580)592-4433. www.travelok/fossstatepark.com or www. facebook.com/fossstatepark 10


Clinton Ok Chamber Directory 2015-2017
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