Presently unoccupied, the Laverne Depot stands as a landmark of the heart of business and livelihood of Laverne's past.
The mural painted on the facing building across the street depicts the introduction of the railroad into this open range territory.
1776 - 1996, Bi-Centennial Wagon Train Pilgrimage - Oklahoma Official Representatives
This wagon train traveled 1,200 miles from Randlett, Oklahoma to Valley Forge, Pennsylvania. Ivan and Dorthy left Laverne on February 11, 1976
The Community Museum is housed in Laverne's first hotel, The Fox, which was built in 1912. There are many displays of Native American artifacts found in Harper County along with furnished rooms of early homesteaders.
The Laverne Golf Course is a well manicured, nine-hole, grass green course located just south of the city.
Green Fees: Weekdays, $10 for 18 holes; Weekends and Holidays, $15 for 18 holes
Cart Rental: $8.00 - 9 holes; $14.00 - 18 holes
At the western edge of town sits a beautiful 8-acre park with a tennis court, swimming pool, picnic tables, playground, and log cabin faciltiy.
Adjacent to the park are R.V. hook-ups with a dump station.
Self pay deposit box at park. If check make payable to Town of Laverne