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While in Duncan be sure to make time for all the great things to do on this list. From crapemyrtles to old west to Historic Chisholm Trail you will find gems aplenty.
 
 
 
  1. Make some wonderful memories, see smiles aplenty, as you experience Kiwanis Kiddieland and ride the train, carousel, airplanes and tilt-a-whirl.
  2. Cozy up to the cook and have a hearty breakfast at Eastland Grill.
  3. Celebrate your inner pirate and visit Plato Elementary School's outside wall mural.
  4. Witness a sunset at Monument Hill in Addington, a short road trip south on Hwy 81.
  5. Take a leisurely lap around the walking trail at Whisenant Park on Beech Ave.
  6. "Cowboy up” at the Chisholm Trail Heritage Center and live the adventure of the trail in the experience theatre.
  7. Popcorn and a soda with a great flick at The Palace Theatre on historic Main Street Duncan.
  8. Follow the Labyrinth Walk at the Episcopal Church.
  9. Take in a Duncan Little Theatre production. www.duncanlittletheatre.com
  10. Take a look at "the good old days” at the Stephens County Historical Museum.
  11. Play in the Exploration Station at the Simmons Center.
  12. Eat chicken tenders at Johnny’s in "Oak Tree".
  13. Locate the 5 physical markers of the Chisholm Trail in Duncan and take your photo beside one.
  14. Enjoy a cantata at First United Methodist Church.
  15. Cast a lure at Halliburton Park and try your hand at fishing.
  16. Play miniature golf at Halliburton Park.
  17. Listen to some big band sound in Fuqua Park as the Chisholm Trail Municipal Band plays. Check www.duncancalendar.com for performance dates!
  18. See a sunrise over Duncan Lake.
  19. Rediscover your inner child and play at Centennial Park.
  20. Shop the antique stores on historic Main Street.
  21. Dig into a chile relleno at El Palacio.
  22. Live Duncan’s history as you stroll Main Street Duncan’s Stepping Stone Trail.
  23. Love films? Trail Dance Film Festival in January each year…be there!
  24. Tour the historic homes in Duncan, many of which are on the National Historic Society Listing.
  25. Wildlife watch at Lake Humphreys – you will be certain to see deer, wild turkey and more!
  26. Go horseback riding at Duncan Lake – horses available for rent at Big Oak Stables, located across from the park entrance.
  27. Love trains? Visit the replica depot and the 905 Steam Engine Musem and Welcome Center in Fuqua Park.                  
  28. Challenge yourself at a round of golf at The Territory.
  29. Skip stones on Clearcreek Lake.
  30. Picnic in one of Duncan’s lovely parks!
  31. Cruise Main Street Duncan.
  32. Stop in for an old fashioned soda float at R&S Drug Store #1’s old style 50’s soda fountain counter on historic Main Street.
  33. Make a culinary masterpiece at Distinctive Décor during one of the cooking classes offered.
  34. Pamper yourself with one of a kind spa treatment from Kim Roggow Studio.
  35. Strike out at Freedom Lanes.
  36. Geocache the city and find the hidden treasures at select locations.
  37. Try your hand at Lady Luck at the Chisholm Trail Casino.
  38. Step back in time while touring the Prairie House.
  39. Make a bead creation at the Strung Out Bead Shop
  40. Ride one of the oldest escalators in the state at Butterfields Antique Market on historic Main Street.
  41. Plan a great golf getaway at The Territory’s "Play and Stay” vacation homes.
  42. Take a photo in front of the Crapemyrtle Mural on the east side wall of The Palace Theatre.   
  43. Catch a one of a kind concert from CTAC's LIVE concert series. www.chisholmtrailarts.com 
  44. Launch model rockets with the Red River Rocketeers!!

 

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