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Sayre City Park

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Sayre City Park The Sayre City Park offers an abundance of activities all within a half-mile radius, such as a well maintained nine-hole golf course with cart rentals available, an 18-hole miniature golf course and snack bar, swimming pool, lighted tennis courts, lighted sand volleyball court, and basketball goals. The park also features a modern lighted softball field and a lighted Little League field that are both used extensively during the summer months.

Camping - Other outstanding assets of the park are camping facilities with over 125 RV hookups, a dump station, playgrounds, picnic tables, a large old-fashioned gazebo, and a large City Park Pondspavilion for group activities.

Fish Ponds - The park has three stocked fishing ponds widely used by children and adults alike all surrounded by a lighted walking trail.

Rodeo Arena - The park's lighted rodeo arena and spectators stands are busy with rodeos and playdays almost every weekend through the summer and draws cowboys and cowgirls and fans from all over the country.

Address: Located S of city on 4th
Phone: 580-928-2604

Come visit us in Sayre, Oklahoma

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Presbyterian Church

The First Presbyterian Church is the last original church building still remaining in Sayre. 1908 - 1988

Sayre, OK Historic Churches

Post Office Mural

Displayed on the lobby wall of the art deco post office is a WPA commissioned mural capturing a moment of the infamous Oklahoma Land Run. - Artist, Vance Kirkland, 1940

Sayre, OK Arts

Route 66 - America's Main Street

It is known as the Main Street of America - The Mother Road - The Free Road - even the Will Rogers Highway. And it evokes images of roadside diner's, mom-and-pop truck stops, old-fashioned service stations, motor courts, neon signs, and classic American automobiles.

Sayre, OK Landmarks

Shortgrass Country Museum and Historical Society

The Shortgrass Country Museum is one of the important historical landmarks of Sayre. In 1930 the Rock Island Depot was moved from its original site to the center of downtown.

Sayre, OK Museums

Beckham County Courthouse

The impressive Beckham County Courthouse was built in 1911. If you have watched the movie, "The Grapes of Wrath," it may look familiar to you. It appeared in the brief 30-second montage of shots depicting the beginning of the Joad family's westward journey along Oklahoma Route 66

Sayre, OK Historic Courthouses

Things to do Recreation near Sayre, OK

Lake Ellsworth

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