A little about Ardmore
Ardmore is known as being “On the Sunny Side of the Arbuckles” and has four seasons, with generally mild winters and warm summers. Mean annual temperature 62.4 degrees. Enjoy boutique shopping experiences on charming Main Street and throughout town and find modern art at Charles B. Goddard Center. You can also visit Oklahoma's oldest state park Lake Murray, 5,700 acres of clear water.
The history of Ardmore
Ardmore, Indian Territory, began with a plowed ditch for a Main Street in the summer of 1887 in Pickens County, Chickasaw Nation. It owes much of its existence to the construction of the Santa Fe Railroad through the area during that time. It grew, as most frontier towns grew, over the years into a trading outpost for the region. In 1894, notorious outlaw William M. Dalton was gunned down by a posse as he tried to flee from his home in Ardmore. A large fire in 1895 destroyed much of the fledgling town, which forced residents to rebuild nearly the entire town. In the early 1900s, Ardmore became well known for its abundance of cotton-growing fields and eventually became known as the world's largest inland cotton port.
410 W Main St
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Businesses in Ardmore, Oklahoma
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Dornick Hills Golf & Country Club
Museums / Attractions
A beautiful and challenging 18-hole golf course
SE Lake Murray Marina
Come experience the tranquility and beauty of Lake Murray