Cheyenne City Park Attractions
The Cheyenne City Park contains seven museums which are open March 1 to November 1, Tue through Sat from 10am to 4pm. The park also contains several memorial structures, playground equipment, a pavilion with a stage, a swimming pool, ball diamonds, handicap accessible bathrooms, and plenty of parking.
This picture is of the buffalo statue and shows some of the playground equipment and the pavilion on right. The pavilion has a stage and is used for many events.
Oklahoma Centennial Clock in the Cheyenne City Park. This is one of 100 centennial clocks created to celebrate Oklahoma's 100th anniversary of statehood. The Clock is dedicated to the memory of James Edward and Lola Taylor and family. The Clock was donated by that family and was dedicated during the 2007 Old Settlers Reunion celebration.
Cannon in the Cheyenne City Park.
The school bell which was mounted on top of the Cheyenne Grade school building and was used for many years to toll the start of school and recess times.
This is a memorial to the many one room schools that existed in Roger Mills County. Some of them are listed on the memorial.
The memorial brick wall is dedicated to the memory of pioneers, ancestors, and residents of Roger Mills County.
The bricks were sold to raise money for other attractions in the park.