Since its exciting, unique beginning on that hot, dusty day in September, 1893, Enid has prided itself on its adventurous spirit. Just a two-hour drive or less from Oklahoma City, Tulsa and Wichita, Enid is conveniently located and is an ideal setting for that want-to-get-away feeling we all get.
"Enid is a city pulsing with great expectations." Those words were penned by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and Enid native Marquis James in the early 1900s. Yet those century-old words ring truer today than ever before. Enid is home to Oklahoma's Outstanding New Attraction (Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center) and recently renovated its historic meeting facility (Convention Hall). It has outstanding parks laced with history - and new playground equipment. And nearly half of Enid's restaurants are truly locally-owned and operated, creating a unique dining experience you won't find anywhere else.
Join us and stake your claim for fun in Enid.