Medicine Park Town Hall

Medicine Park Town Hall 154 E Lake Dr
Medicine Park, OK 73557

Phone: 580-529-2825
Fax: 580-529-3110
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The Medicine Park Town Hall maintains everything that makes this unique cobblestone community stand out. Rich in history, this small resort town is experiencing a burst of revitalization and has lodging, attractions and events that makes it a hot spot for tourists. Visit Medicine Park Town Hall to learn more about economic development and community enrichment.

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From John on 02/28/15

Freezing Rain or carefull.. Roads are not maintained.

From Staff on 01/27/15

Melodi, if you will contact Medicine Park's Town Hall at 580-529-2825 or, they will be more than happy to answer any questions you might have. Best wishes and thank you for using!

From Melodi Walton on 01/27/15

Hi I am wanting to take engagement pictures in Medicine park in May of this year, my question is do you have regulations about this or rules? Also I want to incorporate my dog he is approximately 20 pounds do you have any rules regarding dogs in the park? Thanks so much an advance for any help you can give me!

From Brenda Holland on 03/28/12

When is the Medicine Park crafts festival?

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