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Famous Courthouse featured in the movie "The Grapes of Wrath." This beautiful structure was completed in 1911 at a cost of $69000. Designed by the architectural firm of Layton Wemyss Smith and Hawk it was built by Oklahoma Quarries and Construction Company. The building is a symmetrical blend of Neo-Classical and Second Renaissance Revival styles. Outstanding features included colossal Doric columns above the main entryway classical pilasters a grooved surface on the ground floor and distinctive belt courses. The most unique part of the design was the dome with a colonnade supporting a vaulted and gabled roof. On top of that was a smaller dome reproduced to scale.
Cinema 69 Movie Theater is McAlester’s favorite Cinema. Hosting 7 large movie screens a variety of movies and affordable prices makes this a great spot for entertaining the whole family but easy on the pocket book.
Honey Springs Battlefield is the site of the largest Civil War battle in Oklahoma fought by Indian white and black troops – including the first black regiment to be organized for the Union. It features graveled walking trails and a visitors’ center with interpretive exhibits displaying arms and equipment and biographical histories of participants.
Situated on 15 acres of lush grass and trees McLain Rogers Park houses several historic WPA projects including a 400 seat outdoor amphitheater. Pavilions picnic areas children’s play park an Olympic size swimming pool and water slide and an 18-hole mini golf course top off this historic family park.
Toy and model train museum with over 250 model trains in several gauges and over 200 pieces of memorabilia. Our operating model accommodates up to 12 trains at once including lighted porcelain houses accessory pieces and train sounds. Visitors will learn the history about railroads when everything from soup to hay was brought to us.
The museum exhibits displays of early-day life in western Oklahoma’s shortgrass country and Beckham County.
The Southeast EXPO Center is a multi-purpose venue to accommodate almost any event; trade show wedding concert etc. Consider the Southeast EXPO Center when planning your next event or check their calendar for upcoming attractions.
Farm experience for all ages. Parties hayrides pick your own produce gift shop snack bar and animals. Fresh eggs fruits and vegetables.
This 220 acre park contains a playground two tennis courts an aquatic center baseball fields a softball complex pavilions picnic areas and more. The crowning jewel of Ackley Park is the full-size all-wooden carousel featuring 36 hand-carved horses and two chariots. Bring the kids for seasonal attractions such as a miniature 18-hole golf course and miniature train rides around the lake.
Visitors can explore 25 miles of trails on horseback and Arrowhead Stables also has a playground and petting zoo. The extensive hiking and biking trails are a great way to explore the Oklahoma scenery and take in the natural world.
Come see one of the worlds largest man made lakes! This beautiful lake will take your breath away with over 600 miles of shoreline and 102000 surface acres; Eufaula offers a variety of recreational opportunities for everyone. The shoreline ranges from vast expanses of sandy beaches to rocky bluffs. Boaters traveling through the Standing Rock area can admire the beauty that was admired by Spanish explorers. Eufaula Cove is only 2 miles from the AmericInn of McAlester and is a host to lots of entertainment opportunities including outdoor concerts boat and wave runner rentals camping or just relaxing on the sandy beach.
Occupying the southwest edge of the Ouachita Mountain Range this state park offers water activities camping hiking and fishing in one of Oklahoma's finest trophy lakes the 3350 acre McGee Creek Reservoir.
Oklahoma’s only behind-the-walls rodeo takes place every year at the Oklahoma State Penitentiary. This is an exciting event for the whole family! Professional cowboy/cowgirls compete against inmates in an IPRA sanction rodeo that is 2 hours of non-stop action and entertainment. World class entertainers competitors and a little “Money the Hard Way” and “Mexican Sweat Poker” make this the best rodeo event of the year!
Take a day trip to Robbers Cave State Park located in the scenic hilly woodlands of the San Bois Mountains of southeast Oklahoma near Wilburton OK. Just 30 minutes away from the AmericInn this park is a favorite of rappellers cave explorers equestrians hikers and outdoor lovers. Robbers Cave also enjoys notoriety as a former hideout for outlaws. The park and adjoining wildlife management area offers acres of discovery and enjoyment including caves trout fishing in season boating hunting trails for hikers and horses sandstone cliffs for climbing and rappelling and fall foliage viewing. Picnic tables comfort stations with showers boat ramps a swimming beach swimming pool with bathhouse playgrounds miniature golf hiking trails paddleboat rentals and a nature center with naturalist programs/exhibits round out the park's facilities.
This 19100 acre preserve of pristine prairie features uniform flatlands to adventurous terrain known as the "breaks." Three live creeks flow across the area. Wildflowers deer bobcat good bird watching and hiking opportunities are available April through August. Area is also open to hunters September through March.
Offers an abundance of activities all within a half-mile radius. Located on Highway 283 the park has an 18-hole miniature golf course a lighted softball field and a lighted Little League field. There is also a playground swimming pool (a 1940's WPA project) and a large pavilion for group activities. Sayre City Park also has three stocked fishing ponds a popular area for the youngsters in town and is surrounded by a lighted walking trail. A lighted rodeo arena is also available where the Grand National Horse Association finals are held the last full week of July every year.
This relaxing drive begins only minutes away in Talihina OK. This beautiful journey will open your eyes to one of the world’s most exquisite landscapes. Stretched across the very top of the Ouchita Mountains in Eastern Oklahoma and Western Arkansas the Talamena Scenic Drive is a Scenic Byway offering 54 miles of spectacular views and incredible scenery. People from all around love to spend the night in McAlester enjoying some fine Italian cuisine before heading east to enjoy the beauty that the fall foliage brings every year to Oklahoma.
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