Redbud Park

Redbud Park Main & Elm
Marlow, OK 73055

Phone: 580-658-2212
Fax: 580-658-6565
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Encompassing 10 city blocks, this city park includes the Creekwalk, a 1/2 mile walking trail with historical exhibits and structures about the outlaw history of Marlow, and a 13,000 square foot western-themed children's playground called the Hideout. Redbud Chapel is also on site, one of the first built in the area during the early 1900s and relocated to the park in 1997. Redbud Park is the site of the legendary "Outlaw Cave" which may be viewed by appointment. Guided tours available by prior arrangement.

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  • Facility Amenities: ADA Compliant

  • Group Amenities: Bus/Motorcoach Parking

  • Highway Corridors (within 5 mi.): US-81

  • Tour Information: Guided Tours

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Sunday

Open 24 hours

Monday

Open 24 hours

Tuesday

Open 24 hours

Wednesday

Open 24 hours

Thursday

Open 24 hours

Friday

Open 24 hours

Saturday

Open 24 hours

Viewings of Outlaw Cave are available by appointment.

4 blocks E of Main St stoplight.

Primary Contact:

Debbie Ridley




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