Round Up The original Cowboy Trail

Cowboys and those who want to be cowboys have been whooping it up in Duncan for centuries. Duncan would like to welcome your next group tour, reunion or wedding and invite you to enjoy this original cowboy trail.

Duncan’s historic location and hospitable amenities make it a great destination regardless of the reason. With many hotels and fun sites, Duncan will offer your family and friends a fun place to celebrate, reunite or just kick back and relax. Whether you like to explore the history of the Chisholm Trail, take a swim in one of the four Duncan Lakes, or be entertained, Duncan has it all.  Come see for yourself! 


Typical Weekend Itinerary

Friday / Museums / Parks Day

10AM-NOON: Chisholm Trail Heritage Center “A True West “Top Ten Western Museum in the Nation” 

12:15pm-1:30pm: Lunch on Main Street

1:30pm-5:00pm: Explore Downtown Duncan

Walk the Stepping Stone Trail on historic Main Street, shop the unique boutiques or learn how to roast coffee. 

5pm-6pm: Happy Hour on 7th Street 

6pm-7pm: Hotel Check In / Dinner at dine-in restaurant

7pm-9:30pm: Evening Entertainment 

Duncan offers live theatre shows, local music entertainment, concerts, or catch a movie.  Duncan has events and entertainment every weekend. 

Saturday / Museums / Parks 

9am-11:30am: Tour Stephens County Historical Museum, Rhythm & Routes Exhibit and Rock Island 905 Train Depot at Fuqua Park 

11:45am-1:00pm: Lunch 

1:00pm-2:00pm: Tour the Foreman Prairie House inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright

2pm-5pm: Trail Ruts of the Chisholm Trail at Chestnut Street and / or Monument Hill

5pm-7pm: Happy Hour on 7th Street / Dinner 

7:30pm-9:30pm: Evening Entertainment 

Sunday / Lake Day 

9am-10:30am: Lake Humphrey Ride 

Fishing, Wildlife Feeding, Scenic, Mountain Bike Trail 

10:30am-12:00pm: Clear Creek Lake Ride 

Fishing, Recreation Lake, Swimming, Boating 

12pm-1pm: Picnic on the Lake 

1pm-3pm: Duncan Lake 

Fishing, Swimming, Wildlife, Horseback Riding Trails 

3pm-5pm: Fuqua Lake 

Fishing, Wildlife, Site Seeing, Largest Lake