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Frederick, Oklahoma

Frederick, Oklahoma

In Frederick, you\'ll find plenty of good sports - both in people and pastimes.

Our wide-open, scenic spaces bestow first-rate fishing and boating in fresh water, good hunting for turkey, dove, deer, and quail in the clean air and sunshine, Country Club golf, horseback riding and other kinds of recreation. Pheasants, Inc., a non-profit organization has turned loose 62,000 pheasants to establish future pheasant hunting in the area as well.

If outdoor activities don\'t hook you, we\'ve got a cast in our community theatre that may. Community plays as well as outside entertainment bring fun and creativity to our historic Ramona Theatre, which is listed in the National Register. A block long museum complex offer unique exhibits, and a new school library built with private funds provides full library media service to students and staff.

Community spirit carries on year-round with celebrations such as the Cotton Festival, pageants, the Jaycee Rodeo, and Frederick\'s Fantastic Oyster Fry Festival.

Surrounded by the beauty of nature, you can capture plenty of good times and good friends in Frederick, a down-to-earth place where the sky\'s the limit.

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Hotel Frederick

Built in 1929, the lobby and business areas of the Hotel Frederick were hubs of activity in town. The Blue Room was the site for elaborate dinners, as well as every formal function in town. Now, after restoration in the 1990

Frederick, OK Historic Hotels

Ramona Theatre

The historic Mediterranean style theatre was once known as "The Showplace of The Southwest!" It was restored by volunteers and the Frederick Arts Council and provides a variety of cultural opportunities to the public. It has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Frederick, OK Theatres

Lake Frederick

Frederick offers plenty of opportunities to enjoy nature and the great outdoors. Lake Frederick, only a few miles away, offers sites for motor homes, RVs, and tents. Visitors won'

Frederick, OK Recreation


Hackberry Flat Wildlife Management Area

At one time Hackberry Flat was a large isolated wetland that in the wettest of years may have been more than 3,000 acres in size. Thousands of waterfowl and shorebirds once used this wetland as a stopping place during both fall and spring migrations. In the early 1900

Frederick, OK Wildlife Areas

Things to do near Frederick, OK

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Rock Island Depot Museum

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Lake Altus Hunting

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