Arbuckle Trail is the place to visit when you are looking for an experience you will never forget. Pete and Cheri Wolfe own the trail and have been taking riders on exciting journeys for over 13 years. Take a half day or full day trail ride where you will explore the beauty of the Arbuckle Mountains. During your ride you will learn to control and handle horses, while working with cattle and bison. Along the way, take in the beautiful wildlife and landscaping that make for excellent photo opportunities. Several historical landmarks are also located along this picturesque trail.
There are several different ways to experience the arts and culture of Ardmore. The Brass Ring Performing Arts Center is home to a dance and performing arts studio. You will find various performance events here, along with classes and other educational programs. The Ardmore Little Theatre is home to musicals, dramas, and comedies, all produced and performed by your neighbors. This theater also offers acting lessons if you want to become part of the show. Take in a performance that can often rival Broadway with talent and enjoy a snack with the intermission concession stand.
Explore the history of Ardmore by visiting one of the many museums in the area. The Military Memorial Museum covers over 6,000 square feet and is home to military artifacts, including documents, uniforms, and weapons. The Greater Southwest Historical Museum is located inside the old Ardmore National Guard Armory and includes meeting rooms and a gift shop for some souvenir shopping. The Eliza Cruce Hall Doll Museum offers a wide array of antique dolls to view. The vast collection features a variety of doll types and some of the rarest dolls you will find in the country.