Attraction Type: Family Friendly

Foreman Prairie House Historic Site

This 1918 prairie-style, two-story brick home is one of the best remaining brick examples of prairie-style in Oklahoma. The Foreman House was built by W.T. Foreman, one of the most prominent pioneers of Duncan....

Jack A. Maurer Convention Center Mural

Jack A Maurer Convention Center Was completed in celebration of the facility’s 20th Anniversary. The people in the mural were Dr. Palmer’s students at that time in his Fine Arts Class. He captured the...

Kiddieland Park

Kiddieland Park in Duncan is a local recreational park offering loads of family fun for pennies on the dollar. Located in a section of Duncan’s Fuqua Park, Kiddieland Park has been in operation for...

Lake Fuqua

This 1,500 surface acre lake is the largest of the Duncan Area lakes and features 18 miles of shoreline housing 54 RV Hookups with electric/water hookups, dump stations, picnic area and showers. A few...

Lake Humphreys

Part of the Duncan Area Lake, Lake Humphreys features a 17 mile shoreline offering 44 RV hookups on concrete. Enjoy the pavilion and picnic area or partake in the hunting and fishing. The 840...

Main Street Duncan

Isn’t it time you discovered Historic Downtown Duncan? Known as the Antique Capital of Southwest Oklahoma.Be prepared to fall in love with quaint old buildings by exploring the wide variety of shops to satisfy...

Plato Elementary School Mural

Plato Elementary School, home of the “Plato Pirates”’, located at the intersection of Plato Rd and Country Club Road.

Rhythm and Routes Mural

Duncan’s tribute to The Oklahoma Music Trail, “Rhythm and Routes” is located at the corner of 7th Street and historic Main Street.  Hoyt Axton was born in Duncan and lived his formative years south...

Rock Island 905 Museum

Located in Duncan’s Fuqua Park, The Rock Island 905 Depot, Museum & Gift Shop feature an old Rock Island steam locomotive #905 in addition to an on-site museum and gift shop housed in a...