Hollis, Oklahoma

Hollis, Oklahoma

Known as the "Gateway to Great Plains Country" and the "Irrigation Center of the Southwest," Hollis the county seat of Harmon County is noted for its excellent hunting and fishing, plentiful pastures and rich, flat farmland in southwestern Oklahoma.

Annually, the second Saturday of August, Hollis attracts visitors to the Blackeyed Pea Festival featuring the Harmon County Hee Haw and blackeyed pea meal, shelling contest, pea guess, free concert and parade.

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Harmon County Courthouses

The Harmon County Courthouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Harmon County evolved from the tract of land variously claimed as Greer County, Texas, Indian Territory, Oklahoma Territory, and Greer County, Oklahoma. On June 2, 1909

Hollis, OK Historic Courthouses

Harmon County Historical Museum

Located in the Abernethy Building, the Harmon County Historical Museum features rotating displays depicting the life of pioneers and residents, dinosaur fossils, covered wagon and blacksmith shop. The works of local artists are also showcased.

Hollis, OK Museums

Things to do near Hollis, OK