Kingfisher

Kingfisher, Oklahoma is a thriving ‘89er community, moving into the new century with expanding business, infrastructure, and medical opportunities.  Home to Pioneer Telecommunications and the Kingfisher Regional Hospital, this Oklahoma-proud small city offers quality of life experiences with the advantages of proximity to the Oklahoma City metroplex.  The Chisholm Trail Museum, Governor Seay’s Mansion, and the 89’er Theatre provide entertainment choices, and the Veteran’s Memorial is a reminder of sacrifice. 

Kingfisher is an area leader in the construction of civic trails and walkways. Three and a half miles of trail have been constructed with the goal of following the water course in the city and linking schools, parks, and downtown.  Citizens are involved in Kingfisher to improve the town, and a local group obtained several grants to begin this visionary project.

Upcoming Local Events

Kingfisher's Annual 4th of July Parade & Celebration
Jul 4
The 4th of July Parade will begin at 10 am in downtown Kingfisher and will continue with a celebration in the park all day with a Free concert following at 7:30pm featuring Tyler Russell and the Renegades. A fantastic fireworks display set to music will follow the concert at dark. Plan on bringing the family out to celebrate the 4th of July in Kingfisher!

Local Attractions

Briscoe Sports Complex

13th Street (1/2 mile south of Will Rogers Ave)
Kingfisher, OK 73750
Soccer & Baseball Complex for the youth of Kingfisher.  Almost any weekend you will find either a soccer game, baseball game or football game in full swing. Plenty of parking, restrooms, concession stand.
Nature & Outdoors

Chisholm Trail Museum & Seay Mansion

605 Zellers Ave
Kingfisher, OK 73750
The Chisholm Trail Museum is located along what was once the greatest cattle trail in the world. Stop in to discover the history of this cattle trail and the early pioneer settlers who homesteaded in Kingfisher County after the Land Run of 1889. In addition…Learn More
Museum

Jesse Chisholm Statue

Corner of Hwys 33 & 81 (Downtown Kingfisher)
Kingfisher, OK 73750
The statue of Jesse Chisholm sitting atop his horse and holding a peace pipe represents the relationship he had with the different Indian Tribes across the plains.  The statue was sculpted by local artist, John Gooden.
Nature & Outdoors

Kingfisher 18 Hole Golf Course

621 E. Bowman
Kingfisher, OK 73750
The Kingfisher Municipal Golf Course is considered by both beginner and advanced golfer to be one of the best golf courses in the area. With it’s beautifully maintained greens, top notch facilities, and proximity to downtown Kingfisher (less than…Learn More
Golf

Kingfisher Park

Hwy 33
Kingfisher, OK 73750
This is a large city park with numerous activities going on throughout the year.
Nature & Outdoors

Vernie Snow Aquatic Center

Kingfisher Park
Kingfisher, OK 73750
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. Available amenities include: water aerobics classes, lap swim,…Learn More
Nature & Outdoors