Visit Chickasha for a taste of culture in this small, eclectic city in Oklahoma. With events throughout the year; opportunities for outdoor recreation that range from fishing to hunting to ice skating; and some attractions that include a car museum, there is truly something for everyone in this town in the heart of Oklahoma.
Are you interested in spending time on the water? Visit Lake Chickasha, where you can go camping, hiking, skiing, swimming, and more, depending on when you choose to visit! Whether you prefer to go boating on the water or have a picnic on the shoreline, you will be able to find ways to occupy your time in the great outdoors. In broader Grady County, there are more opportunities for hunting and fishing. Catch a bass or trout for dinner, or see wildlife that includes quail, deer, turkey, and rabbits. For lovers of cars or old vehicles, visit Muscle Car ranch. It offers a unique museum experience as well as more opportunities to explore the outdoors. Go fishing or rent an RV on the property, or head inside to see the antique car parts that make the ranch so special.
Opportunities for food and drink are endless in Chickasha. Head to Cotton Patch Cafe in the afternoon, and then spend the evening at Canadian River Brewing. Take the kids to Shollie’s Sweets or the Tropical Smoothie Cafe. Have a picky eater, or just want some comfort food? We also have classic favorites like Little Caesar’s. In downtown Chickasha, you also have access to local shops. Pick up a souvenir at Bush Family Affair Quilts or Jay’s Jewelry, to help you remember your time here.
Chickasha is known for its festival of light, which takes place from late November through December of every year. A great place to take the kids -- or go alone -- it has ice skating, carriage rides, and more. Experience an evening filled with holiday cheer, lit up by sparkling fairy lights. Visiting a different time of the year? Chickashaw is still sure to have something for you. There is the Golf Classic, a golfing competition held every year. There is also Neewollah, a trick-or-treating event held in the fall. The Spring Triad is hosted by the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma. Be sure to check the Chamber of Commerce website before leaving to see what activities will be available during your stay.
In sum, we have opportunities for:
• And much more!