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About Clinton & Weatherford, Oklahoma


The Hub of western Oklahoma

Historic Route 66 leads directly to the “Hub City of Western Oklahoma,” Clinton, home to around 9,500 residents, outdoor attractions, cultural centers and more. Weatherford, population 12,000, provides business opportunity as well as quality education, healthcare and culture.

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Clinton honors history at the Oklahoma Route 66 Museum with a tour through the decades, vintage automobiles and the world’s largest curio cabinet. The Cheyenne Cultural Center exhibits items of historical value to Cheyenne, whether it be art, scientific or cultural. Natural beauty is displayed across 17 city parks, several lakes and wildlife preserves. Foss State Park is known for some of the best camping in the state. McLain Rogers Park is one of only two outdoor amphitheaters in Oklahoma, while Southwest Playhouse, Country Music Jamboree and Clinton Route 66 Festival provide additional entertainment. Acme Brick Park offers a 35,000-square-foot indoor facility and 143 acres of athletic grounds. Water-Zoo Indoor Water Park maintains 82 degrees year-round, 300,000 gallons of water, 500 feet of water slides, a retractable roof and lots of sprays and splashing. Lucky Star Casino features more than 1,000 Vegas-style games, poker and blackjack in a friendly, exciting gaming atmosphere. The 40,000-square-foot casino is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Weatherford has 12 city parks providing 652 acres of land and sports facilities. The Stafford Air & Space Museum includes a collection of NASA and military memorabilia donated by Weatherford native Lt. General Thomas P. Stafford. Heartland of America Museum provides a look into everyday life of pioneers from the late 1800s and early 20th century. Since 1991 Southwestern Oklahoma State University’s (SWOSU) Panorama series has welcomed national talent to the Weatherford campus. J.C. Cowboys also draws big-name acts to Western Oklahoma.



Weatherford Regional Hospital is a $19.5 million, 62,000-square-foot facility licensed by the Oklahoma State Department of health for 25 critical access beds. AllianceHealth Clinton is a 56-bed acute-care facility featuring board-certified physicians and the latest technology. Clinton Indian Health Center is a modern, accredited ambulatory-care center serving around 30,000 outpatients each year. Oklahoma Veterans Center is also located in Clinton.

Clinton Public Schools & Weatherford Public Schools serve students within their community and immediate area. Both public schools have three elementary schools, one middle school and one high school.

Western Oklahoma also host 2 private schools - Western Oklahoma Christian School and Corn Bible Academy. Southwestern Oklahoma State University is located in Weatherford and provides a variety of undergraduate degrees and is recognized as one of the top graduate schools in the state. SWOSU offers 38 bachelor’s degrees, 7 associate degrees, 6 master's degrees and 1 doctorate. Enrollment for SWOSU is approximately 5,200stude with a student-to-faculty ratio is 20:1.

Clinton has an agricultural-based economy with a strong industrial presence. SportChassis LLC, which focuses on building the finest heavy duty pickups in the world, was founded in 1998 and has grown into one of the largest corporations in Western Oklahoma. Weatherford’s economy is buoyed largely by SWOSU which employs almost 800. The area also features corporations like ASAP Energy Inc., Devon Energy and BOP Ram. Weatherford’s Business and Technology Park and restored Towne Center also enhance economic opportunities.


The Clinton/Weatherford area has a humid subtropical climate similar to most of the state of Oklahoma with an average coldest temperature of 49 in January, while July is the warmest month at 95 degrees on average. Rainfall is around 27 inches and snowfall totals 5 inches each year.

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