Chisholm Trail history in Enid, Oklahoma

Chisholm Trail Coalition

   The re-enactment characters bring history to life, and are very entertaining. "Cactus Jack" is the tour guide, and he makes sure that everyone has a great time!

      Individuals who cannot walk the entire distance around the Square can now ride in a golf cart!  Ask about this when you call for reservations.

Walking Tours

of

Historical Downtown Enid

 

Presented by the

Chisholm Trail Coalition

 

GROUP TOURS

of 20 or more guests

3rd Saturday of each month

(other times by special arrangement!)

April through September

10:00 am

Adults: $10   Children: $5

 

14 Historical Sites with

Re-enactment Characters!

CHISHOLM TRAIL COALITION • 122 N. INDEPENDENCE • ENID, OKLAHOMA 73701 • (580) 242-2233

Copyright © 2011 Chisholm Trail Coalition

·   See the room above Garfield Furniture where David E. George, alias John Wilkes Booth, lived and died.

·   Hear the story of why some people think he may have been John Wilkes Booth, the assassin of President Lincoln.

·   Visit the site where the 1893 Land Office stood on the square, and hear what it was like on that first day of the land run.

·   Learn the story behind the murals that were painted in the hallways of the Garfield County Courthouse.

·   Meet Dick Yeager, Enid's most notorious outlaw, and see where the first jail was built on the downtown square.

Call (580) 242-2233 for Reservations!