Chisholm Trail Watering Hole & Historic Marker

Chisholm Trail Watering Hole & Historic Marker
2101 S Holly Ave
Yukon
,
OK
73099
Phone: 405-350-8937
Phone: 405-641-6164

For over 30 years, the Chisholm Trail Watering Hole in Yukon was a welcome sight to travelers, as chuckwagon drivers, cattle and horses stopped at this spot for fresh water before continuing their journey. Visitors to this historic landmark will recognize it by the monument created near the Yukon Community Center. Travelers enjoy this landmark as it is located near hiking trails, picnic facilities and Yukon's Freedom Trail Playground.

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Highway Corridors (within 5 mi.): I-40
Hours
Open daily until 11pm.

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