Get a dose of local artifacts from the late 1800’s through the 1950’s when you visit the Heartland Museum. Located in the SE edge of Weatherford and visible from I-49, you can see over 32 historical exhibits here, including four theme buildings. A 1931 Ford Model A three-speed Sports Coupe kicks off the tour, but there's plenty more to see when you stop by today!
The War Memorial was dedicated on July 4, 1993 as a tribute to Custer County soldiers that fought in the Civil War, WWI, WWII, Korea and Vietnam. Erected in beautiful Heritage Park, the three-stone monument is sponsored by the county VFW and situated just across from City Hall, making it easy to find and access. Learn about Oklahoman history and view the Memorial Tree when you’re in Weatherford!
Wind Energy Center:
The city of Weatherford is home to the largest wind generator in North America! Visible from I-40 and located just across from City Hall, this wind farm features a 122 foot wind turbine blade you have to see to believe! Founded in 2005, there are over 5,000 acres with plans to expand to as many as 98 wind turbines in the future. This would have the ability to generate enough power for 44,000 homes! Over 95 percent of their energy comes from clean or renewable sources, making Weatherford a clean energy leader. This cutting-edge attraction is an absolute must-see!
Prairie West Golf Club:
Opened in 1971, this 18-hole, 6,747 s.f. golf course is a fun challenge for people of all skill levels. Located at 3500 N Lyle Road, NE of Weatherford, the course features a driving range and the Ward Maynard Short Game Practice Facility, which includes a putting green, a sand trap, and a large area for chipping practice. Surrounded by natural beauty and tree-lined fairways, this is a course you need to see while you’re in OK. You can also rent the Club Room for meetings or private events, so keep Prairie West Golf Club in mind for your next get-together!