Cotton County, OK

Cotton CountyCotton County is located in the southern plains of Oklahoma bordering Texas along the Red River. The immense prairie once teemed with wildlife - massive herds of buffalo grazed on the thick grass, huge flocks of migratory birds frequented vast wetland areas. The American cowboy and the great cattle drives of the late 1880s are immortalized in museums and historic sites. Make sure to visit the Cotton County Museum in Walters, the county seat of Cotton County, located on State Highways 65 and 53.

The temperate climate of southwest Oklahoma allows visitors to enjoy the outdoors any time of the year. Bicycle tours, hiking, hunting, fishing, camping, backpacking, bald eagle watches - all are popular in these Great Plains.

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Lakeside Park Golf Course

Lakeside Golf Course is an 18 hole, Par 70 facility surrounding Lake Boyer.

Winter........8:00 a.m. to Dark
Summer.......7:00 a.m. to Dark

Cart Fee...9 Holes - $8.00
18 Holes - $16.00

Walters, OK Golf Courses

Dave Boyer Lake

Lake Boyer was built in 1936 by the WPA and named for Dave Boyer, Walters' pioneer businessman and former state senator, who was instrumental in making the project a reality.

Walters, OK Recreation

Rock Island Depot Museum

The restored 1920 Rock Island Depot is managed by the Cotton County Arts Council and features Comanche Indian artist'

Walters, OK Museums

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