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A family of geese set off for a swim in the quaint town of Medicine Park.  Visitors have been coming to this historic resort town since the 1920s to enjoy the cobblestone village, artisan shops and clear waters.
A beautiful sunset at Medicine Park in southwest Oklahoma.
Sunset is a magical time at Medicine Park, a small resort town nestled in the Wichita Mountains and featuring cobblestone cottages alongside cascading Medicine Creek.
The picturesque creek running through Medicine Park creates a perfect reflection of the quaint bridge.
Just minutes away from the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge and everything Medicine Park has to offer, Stardust Inn Bed & Breakfast is a wonderful escape.
Lover's Lane in Medicine Park.
The Dillon family was photographed while visiting the Wichita Mountains in southwest Oklahoma circa 1930.  Medicine Park, located in the Wichita Mountains, was a thriving resort town in the 1920s and 1930s.
Quaint cobblestone covered art galleries and boutique shops line the street near the river in the historic resort town of Medicine Park.
Relax and enjoy the peaceful surroundings from a rocker on the porch of the Stardust Inn Bed & Breakfast in Medicine Park.
Relax and sit a spell on the lovely porch at Stardust Inn Bed & Breakfast nestled in the Wichita Mountains in Medicine Park.
The small, picturesque community of Medicine Park was a favorite resort town in the 1920s and '30s.  The community has maintained its charm with cobblestone buildings, riverside walkways, hometown eateries and artisan shops to peruse.
The Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge and Medicine Park in southwest Oklahoma are popular scenic areas for motorcycle enthusiasts to enjoy the great outdoors and wonderful, curving stretches of uncrowded road.
Swimmers enjoy the cool waters of the creek at Medicine Park.  This quaint village features cobblestone cottages, artisans and a historic past as a premier resort town.
Visitors take a swim in the river at Medicine Park.  This area was a highly-touted resort area in the 1920s and has begun a resurgence as visitors rediscover this quaint cobblestone village that lies adjacent to the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge.
Take a stroll through the quaint riverside area of the old resort town of Medicine Park and let your cares melt away.  In the 1920s, this area was a haven for wealthy vacationers and has recently begun to reclaim its former glory.
A large iron buffalo sculpture adds to the charm of Medicine Park, a southwest Oklahoma village that flourished as a major vacation resort area during the 1920s and 1930s.  Buffalo herds still roam in the adjacent Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge.
Medicine Park is a quaint cobblestone village near Lawton that was a leading resort area during the 1920s and 1930s.  Families still enjoy swimming near the falls.  This area is undergoing an impressive revitalization.
A pair of mountain boomer lizards warm themselves on a rock in Medicine Park near the Stardust Inn Bed & Breakfast.
A blue heron catches some rays on a cool winter morning as he casts a reflection on the glassy surface of the water at Medicine Park.
A family enjoys a dip by a waterfall in the adorable getaway village of Medicine Park in southwestern Oklahoma.
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