Comanche National Museum & Cultural Center, 701 NW Ferris Ave, ☎ (580) 353-0404, . Mon-Fri 8am-5pm, Sat 10am-2pm. Exhibits on Comanche culture.Free..
Mattie Beal Home, 1006 SW 5th St, ☎ (580) 678 3156, . Thu-Sun 12pm-3pm. Interesting historic home completed in 1910.Adults $4, children $2.
Museum of the Great Plains, 601 NW Ferris Ave, ☎ (580) 250-0151, . Features a number of unique exhibits on Great Plains history including some original or reconstructed pioneer buildings and a restored Frisco steam locomotive.
Comanche Nation Casino, 402 South East Interstate Drive, +1 (580) 354-2000, .
Comanche Nation Waterpark, 501 NE Lawrie Tatum Rd (I-44 at Gore Blvd.), ☎ (580) 353-6129. From May 27 to August 18 the park is open Mon-Wed 10:30 am- 6 pm, Thu-Sat 10:30 am-8 pm, Sun- Noon-6 pm. Weekends only from August 18 until Labor Day.. 12 acres of waterslides with a wave pool and lazy river.
Fort Sill Apache Casino, 2315 E Gore Blvd, ☎ (580) 248-5905, .
Central Mall, 200 SW C Ave # 98, (580) 248-1742, .
Anna's German Quick Stop, 403 SW Sheridan Rd., +1 580 353-3928. Real German food.
Hot Wok Chinese Restaurant, 1303 SW Lee Blvd, +1 580 355-7888.
Mike's Sports Grill
Los Tres Amigos
Scooter's Country Club
Best Western, 1125 E. Gore Blvd, ☎ (580) 353-0200, . Comfortable rooms and a clean pool.
Springhill Suites, 3 SE Interstate Drive, ☎ (580) 248-8500, . Suites with kitchenette. A good breakfast is provided.
Fort Sill borders the city on the north. This US Army installation is the last operating fort of those built during the Indian Wars of the mid-1800s and has been declared a National Historic Landmark. Cemeteries on the site are the final resting place for many famous American Indians, including Geronimo, Satanta, and Quanah Parker. A small museum documents the history of the fort and its use in various conflicts.
Medicine Park, located just north of Fort Sill on Oklahoma-49, is a quaint little arts community with some unique shopping.
Wichita Mountains National Wildlife Refuge, (Take Route 62 west of town about 6 miles, take a right on Scenic Highway 115 in Cache and drive for about 3 miles), . This park provides a natural mixed-grass prairie habitat for bison, elk, deer, and longhorn cattle, as well as a wide range of smaller animal, bird, and plant species.