Chisholm Trail Marker

Chisholm Trail Marker Main & Cimarron
Tuttle, OK 73089

Phone: 405-381-4600
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Cowboys on the Chisholm Trail once passed right through what would become downtown Tuttle. A large stone marker along the site is now inscribed with the local history of the Chisholm Trail. Information about the ghost town of Silver City is also available at the site.

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  • General Information: Free admission

Located in Tuttle on Hwy 37.




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