The Centre Theatre has a long and colorful history in the heart of El Reno. The theater opened in the 1940s and changed hands several times. In the past it has been known as Tiffany’s and the Cinema Theatre.
Featuring many local artists, this alleyway showcases unique and interesting art works!
The RV park provides full hook-ups and a community restroom. Lake El Reno has two large boat docks and a designated personal watercraft ski area. The El Reno Lake Facility is a public building that provides casual dining and a pro shop for the adjacent Crimson Creek Golf Club. Route 66 Multisport Festival The Route […]
The grain towers here serve to make up this town’s skyline. towering over the surrounding landscape, these industrial behemoths and the surrounding train yard and supporting building may make for some interesting atmosphere!
The Carnegie Library in El Reno, Oklahoma is the oldest Carnegie library in Oklahoma that is still functioning as a library. Constructed in 1903, it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980 and has been in continuous use as a library since its opening. The main feature of the Classical Revival […]
El Reno Trolley Mural In 2001, Fern Zajic invited Palmer Studios to visit downtown El Reno and capture the essence of the city’s three trolleys in a mural spanning 30 feet tall and 100 feet wide. This historical downtown El Reno mural includes an image of the first trolley established in the town. On this […]
El Reno Regional Airport was built in 1943 as a United States Army Air Force WWII primary pilot training airfield. We still maintain original hangars from WWII, but we have since added two T-Hangar units and a unit that includes 40’x40’/60’x60′ executive hangars as well. We are a Regional Business Airport within the Oklahoma Airport […]