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Spaulding-Olive House


category : Historic Homes
Also referred to as the Magnolia Mansion, this colonial mansion is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

It is currently operated as a bed and breakfast and can be publicly viewed from the outside only.


Address: 601 SE Adams
Phone: 580-286-2144

Come visit us in Idabel, Oklahoma

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Museum of the Red River

The Museum of the Red River attracts both scholars and vacationers with its outstanding American Indian collections and informative exhibits. Local prehistory and early Indian history is featured, but the museum'

Idabel, OK Museums


City of Murals

Tour downtown Idabel and see the murals painted by Idabel artist, Betty Helms, and her students. One mural is dedicated to Native American culture and another to dogwoods. Idabel'

Idabel, OK Arts

Red Slough Wetland Reserve Project

This premier birdwatching and waterfowl hunting area has sighted more than 270 bird species, including many that are rare to Oklahoma and not found elsewhere in the state. Birders have likened this area to the Gulf Coast habitats of Louisiana and Florida. The 5,814

Idabel, OK Wildlife Preserves

Champion Trees and Trails

What makes a "Champion Tree?"

Oklahoma's Champion Tree Register is a cooperative project of the Oklahoma Society of American Foresters, the Oklahoma Forestry Association and the Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, forestry Services.

Champion Trees are measured by their "bigness,"

Idabel, OK Tours

Things to do Historic Homes near Idabel, OK

Peter Conser Historic House

Home of the leader of the Choctaw Lighthorsemen. ...

Spaulding-Olive House

Also referred to as the Magnolia Mansion, this colonial mansion is listed on the National Register of Historic Places....

J. G. Puterbaugh House and Garrard Ardenium

Once the home of J.G. Puterbaugh, one of the founding fathers of the coal business in McAlester, this home and its grounds ma...

Gardner Mansion and Largest Tree

The 1880 mansion is the former home of Jefferson Gardner, principal chief of the Choctaws, and is listed on the National R...