There is a park in Enid where the Oklahoma Land Run and Chisholm Trail meet!
That alone would be a fun reason to go and just think about all the Oklahoma history that went through there but it also has some fun educational plaques about the history, a garden, and a nice walking path.
It was a fun way to introduce my girls to some Oklahoma history.
The boys have learned this before but it is always good to remind them.
We talked about what the man had with him and if they would want to spend the night like that.
He had just staked his claim.
There are also some silhouettes of a cattle drive.
Geese freak anyone else out?
The Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center is right next to the park and looks amazing!
It was closed on the day we went but I definitely want to go back and check it out!
We were on our way to the Gloss Mountains State Park so this was just a quick break from driving.
Such a fun historic place though.
Wouldn’t it be fun to get some books about the land run and cattle drives to read while there!
It would definitely help history come to life!