The 89’er Theatre
First-run movies have arrived in Kingfisher! With three screens, stadium seating and digital sound, the 89'er Theatre, which opened in December 2005, offers big city entertainment with old-time cinema atmosphere (and ticket prices to match!) Replacing the original 89'er Theatre, a Main Street landmark that burned to the ground in March 2004, the new theatre has downtown Kingfisher jumping after dark.
Come visit soon, but be sure to buy your tickets early...this theatre is playing to sell-out crowds!
Plan to visit our 100 year old gateway to the Past.
Governor Seay Mansion
Abraham Jefferson Seay was an Associate Justice of the first Supreme Court of Oklahoma Territory with district court responsibilities for Kingfisher, Canadian, and Beaver Counties. Subsequently, he was appointed the second governor of Oklahoma Territory in 1892. The Mansion was completed in March, 1892, in anticipation of the territorial capital being moved from Guthrie to Kingfisher-an event that never occurred. For more information, call (405) 375-5176.
Chisholm Trail Museum
The Museum presents and preserves artifacts from the historic Chisholm Cattle Trail, American Indian culture, and indigenous wildlife, early farming and ranching, and much more. Walk the rustic wooden sidewalk to visit the old School House, Bank, Dalton Boys Cabin - not replicas - but real buildings moved to our museum site. See first hand early day items and their significance in Kingfisher's history. Learn old-time crafts and dances in our classes! Contact us for more information about Seay Mansion or the Chisholm Trail Museum. Located at 605 Zellers Avenue, Kingfisher, Oklahoma 73750; phone (405) 375-5176.
Sit a spell on the Chisholm Trail.
Over 1 million twinkling lights with new displays added yearly!
Kingfisher In Lights
Kingfisher invites you to a Christmas Light Spectacular brought to you by local citizens and businesses. Hundreds of volunteer hours produce a dazzling drive through light display that is free to the public. Ride the miniature train through twinkling lights, then warm up with hot chocolate or cider at the station. Kingfisher in Lights opens the evening before Thanksgiving and continues through December 30th.
Visitors from miles around come to Kingfisher to enjoy the Vernie Snow Aquatic Center, a beautiful indoor swimming complex including diving pool, splash pool, fountain, slide, and lap lanes. Offerings include: water aerobics classes, locker rooms/showers, swim lessons for young and old, private parties at a reasonable price. For more information, call (405) 375-3318. Click for larger view of pool.
Handicapped accessible via steps and in-pool ramp, the pool is open year around.
Kingfisher has many beautiful historic homes. The home featured to the left was the home of Senator George and Edna Bowman. Mrs. Bowman was a founder of the Oklahoma Historical Society. The newly restored residence now belongs to Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church and serves as the Rectory.
Historic Post Office
Another site of interest is the old Post Office. Originally established for Kingfisher and the surrounding area, it has been maintained with care and now houses the home office of Briscoe Oil Company. Historic Rock Island Line caboose can be viewed adjacent to building.
The entrance to our 18 hole course and driving range is on Bowman Street east of SH81. Green fees are $15 on weekdays and $17 on weekends.
Golf cart rentals are $17.
For more information, call (405) 375-3941.
The City of Kingfisher operates three large parks with an indoor pool, a lighted tennis center, and lighted baseball, softball and soccer fields. Kingfisher Park features a skate board park, train rides, and picnic and grill facilities that can be reserved for your special event at no cost.. Kingfisher has a rodeo/riding arena located at the Kingfisher Fair Grounds (13th and West Bowman). Hunting and fishing are also popular with local residents. Kingfisher is an active community with civic clubs and lodges for those interested in community service or fraternal activity. Kingfisher's Homier Field was featured in a television commercial by OERB. Find out more about how our citizens became "stars" for a day.
Located in Kingfisher Cemetery on Highway 33 West.
Military Service Memorial
"Remembering all who answered the nation's call to honorable military service."
A project of the American Legion, Keith Lowry- Henry Ellyson Post 5.
A walking trail with an historical theme is under construction in Kingfisher. The plan won second place in the Oklahoma Department of Commerce Parks Contest and a Merit Award for Design from the Oklahoma Chapter of ASLA (American Society of Landscape Architects). The trail project has won a three Recreational Trails grants from the Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department. Coleman Lanterns, which got its start in Kingfisher, has donated specially designed lantern-based lights for the trail. A Coleman Plaza is planned on the trail as a rest area for walkers, bikers, skaters, and all the others that will be using the plaza. Other planned plazas will be dedicated to statehood, Native Americans, and art.
Ambassador of the Plains
Sculpture of Jesse Chisholm on horseback, located at corner of Highways 81 & 33 in downtown Kingfisher.
Sam Walton Memorial Garden
Located at the new Wal-Mart Supercenter, in memory of Kingfisher's most famous son. The sculpture located in the garden is of Sam and his faithful dog Ol Roy.
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The two presentations linked below are online versions of the PowerPoint presentations commissioned by the Kingfisher County Development Foundation, Kingfisher County, Kingfisher Industrial Board, Kingfisher Chamber of Commerce, and the City of Kingfisher.