Sulphur - Davis

Where Nature Meets Luxury

County: Murray
Population: 14,073

Built on the edge of the country’s oldest national parks, Sulphur is a historically rich and beautiful town 85 miles from Oklahoma City.

Sulphur was known to the Native Americans as “the land of rippling waters.” Today, Sulphur preserves its natural beauty alongside modern conveniences like the ARTesian Gallery & Studios, exquisite boutiques and a wide variety of restaurants.

Sulphur’s mouthwatering eateries are perfect for all occasions and cravings. Enjoy a leisurely brunch with friends at the Springs restaurant at The Artesian Hotel and Casino or an exciting date night at Baron of Beef’s bistro.

Thrill seekers have several adventure sites to choose from in Sulphur. Soar over a mile of the Arbuckle Mountains with Oklahoma’s longest zip line at Air Donkey Zipline Adventure. Enjoy a scenic horseback rides on Arbuckle mountain ranches. Hike through Chickasaw National Recreation Area trails and admire the intricate rock-work made by the Civilian Conservation Corps or glimpse bison grazing on the prairie.

Explore exhibits and watch reenactments and powerful performances at the Chickasaw Cultural Center, where the story of the Chickasaw people unfolds before your eyes in a unique cultural adventure. The cultural center incorporates history, nature and heritage to share Chickasaw people’s ongoing story.

After a long day of excitement, relax at New Beginnings Day Spa or Echo Canyon Spa Resort with a luxury massage or facial. Spend the evening roaming Sulphur’s historic main street and enjoy a free movie summer Saturday nights at the main street plaza.

Next door in Davis, coined Oklahoma’s Biggest Backyard, more outdoor adventures beckon with the natural beauty of a 77-foot waterfall at Turner Falls Park, a popular summer destination for swimming and family recreation. Spend a Saturday gathering berries at the Sandy Creek Blackberry Farm or check out the Caveman Museum and Antiques to see a collection of history on wheels and hear some stories about the unique pieces displayed.

Nestled in the beautiful Arbuckle Mountains, the Chickasaw Nation Welcome Center and Bedré Chocolate Factory entice interstate travelers to take a rest stop.

The Chickasaw Nation Welcome Center provides travel information about Chickasaw Country in addition to the state of Oklahoma through trained staff, informational kiosks and printed brochures highlighting recreational, historic, cultural and business-related information.

The 5,500-square-foot facility features original Chickasaw and other Native American artwork as well as Made in Oklahoma retail items and other great gift items. The displayed artwork in the facility rotates throughout the year and some of the artwork is on sale while others are used as interior decoration. The facility grounds offer a children’s playground area, indoor lounge area, public restrooms, dog park, coffee service, penny press machine, vending machines and RV/Bus parking!

Visit BedrĂ©’s showroom and factory to see famous gourmet chocolate in creation. The 34,600 square foot chocolate manufacturing facility is a chocolate lover’s paradise, with state-of-the-art chocolate sculpting equipment on display to pique the curiosity of young and old alike. See what’s cooking while you browse the selection of delectable, delightful and delicious, melt-in-your-mouth treats. Pick up a gift basket or Oklahoma-shaped chocolate bar or stock up on meltaways to take home.

Recreation and chocolate aren’t the only perks of living in Davis. Experience a close-knit community fueled by community pride and fresh air in this little town with a beautiful Main Street.

Sulphur School Districts

Public Schools
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Faith Christian School

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