Plan Your Visit
Park Film Before walking the park trail we recommend watching the park's 27-minute film: Destiny at Dawn - Loss and Victory on the Washita, in the new park visitor center on Highway 47A just west of Cheyenne, Oklahoma. The film focuses on the engagement and the events that led to it. It's a great way to learn the history of the site before taking a hike.
Discover History Naturally – Take a Hike Visitors can join a park ranger for tours and talks during the summer program schedule. Visitors are asked to meet at the historic site’s overlook pavilion on Highway 47A to participate in the programs. Talks and walking tours are also available during the week on a walk-in request or pre-arranged basis. There is a 1.5 mile self-guided trail open from dawn to dusk, starting from the overlook. Starting Memorial Day we will be providing guided tours to the public. Guided tours will begin at 9:30 a.m. every Saturday until Labor Day. Weekend tours after Labor Day can be arranged as staff are available.
New Visitor Center The park opened a new visitor center in August of 2007. Exhibits were installed in March of 2008. Special events are pl