Explore Ardmore, OK
Ardmore is so much more than meets the eye from the interstate.
A gateway city, Ardmore greets visitors traveling by car on I-35 or by rail on Amtrak. In between these two major transportation by-ways lays a confident community with a bold vision and an independent spirit. Ardmore was built by entrepreneurs filled with dreams and the drive to make them true. Today, Ardmore’s new pioneers are forging their own way, reimagining this proud city and reshaping its bright future.
Art and architecture, boutiques and ballparks, pizza and prime rib, coffeehouses and craft beer, lakes and shakes, spuds and SPADs, ritz and rodeo, quaint and quirky. You can find it all here, in the place where eastern Oklahoma ingenuity meets western Oklahoma independence. From its pioneering spirit to its modern outlook, this southern Oklahoma city is a not-so-hidden gem of the Sooner State.
2704 N. Rockford Road
Ardmore, OK 73401
Located off I-35, exit 33 at 3045 Softball Complex Road, the Ardmore Regional Park offers a variety of fun opportunities, including a lake, disc golf, softball complex, hiking, jogging, rollerblading trails, horse shoe pits, dog park, soccer fields, and a picnic area.
605 Falconhead Dr
Burneyville, OK 73430
Falconhead Resort & Country Club course, par 72, 18-hole golf course located in the Red River Valley near Marietta. Trees, ponds, and gently rolling hills paint the landscape, making the course a relaxing departure from everyday life.
2646 W Broadway St
Ardmore, OK 73401
Today's Hours: 11 A.M. - 9 P.M.
Experience funky, eclectic, family-oriented dining miles away from the metro areas of Dallas or Oklahoma City. Two Frogs offers something for every taste, including hand-cut steaks, Cajun meals, and regionally known apple dumplings. Two Frog's claim to fame is its rib selection with meat so tender they be floatin off da bone.