LASR.net Homepage




Menu

Historic Downtown Checotah


category : Historic Districts
Historic Downtown Checotah Downtown Checotah is one of only 15 National Register Historic Districts in Oklahoma. Built between 1898 and 1903, many of the buildings still show the grandeur of their original architecture.

Unfortunately, in 1992 the loss by fire of Checotah's prestigious Gentry Block was devastating to the community. The original commercial anchor was a key segment of the Historic District as its stores offered beauty and variety to a pioneer town and a real touch of elegance. However, thanks to a very dedicated community, the block has been rebuilt to accommodate offices and retail businesses.

At the main street corner of the Gentry Block stands the original columns of the bank building shrouding a memorial plaque to the history of the district.


Come visit us in Checotah, Oklahoma

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Indian Territory Cemetery

The Indian Territory Cemetery has markers dating from 1872 to 1912.

Checotah, OK Cemeteries

Sharpe House

The house was constructed on land bought in 1911

Checotah, OK Historic Homes

Katy Depot Museum & Information Center

The KATY DEPOT was built in 1890 and is the M.K.&T.'s oldest surviving wooden station. Checotah was established as a railhead in 1872

Checotah, OK Museums

United Methodist Church

The United Methodist Church is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Checotah, OK Historic Churches

Checotah Roundup Club Rodeos

Rodeo has always been a part of Checotah's history. This area is home to many champion cowboys and cowgirls, some of which always return to compete in Old Settler's Day events, including the annual Checotah Round-up Club rodeo.

Checotah, OK Rodeos

Things to do Historic Districts near Checotah, OK

400 Block Main

Most of the buildings in the 400 block of Will Rogers Blvd. (main street) were built during the period of 1904 and 1925. In 1...