2019 Frontier Days - cancelled
The Frontier Days festival will not be held this year, but stay tuned for future events, and this page, should we present it in the future.
About the Festival
Choctaw is proud to boast that we are the oldest chartered city in the State of Oklahoma. Come help us celebrate the Oklahoma Land Run of April 22, 1889, when the eastern boundary of that run was the Indian Meridian. Today it is known as Indian Meridian Road, which runs north and south through Choctaw.
Planned activities include the following and more:
- Cavalry Encampments
- Cowboy Encampments
- Gun Fights
- Historical Figure Presentations
- Historical Cooking Presentations
- Old Fashioned Games, and more!
Admission, Parking & Vendors
This event is free of charge, as well as parking, for the general public. Food and merchandise vendors are present, and everyone is welcome for all activities at any time.
The 2017 festival drew over 2,000 students and 1,000 spectators and was very successful. Students had a lot of fun with the reenactments and hands-on experiences. We hope that you schedule a field trip for your family or students to let them experience this unique living history festival.
As we can accommodate only a fixed number of students, please contact us as soon as possible to schedule your group commitment. You can complete the School Group Application online or print, fill out, and mail the School Group Application (PDF) to:
Tanner McGuire, Parks & Recreation Director
P.O. Box 567
Choctaw, OK 73020
This is a unique opportunity and teaching tool we hope that you can schedule for your family or your students, and step back in history and enjoy. Please contact us at 405-390-8198 with any questions.