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Visiting Marlow!


  • Shopping:

    Escape the big city bustle with the convenient and quaint small-town shopping experience in Marlow. From downtown antique shops and boutiques, to big-city style savings and selection of clothing, shoe and gift stores throughout town. Marlow has something for every shopping taste.

  • Redbud Park:

    Includes a performance stage, pavilion, the Hideout playground, Redbud Chapel, Community Center, eight horseshoe pits, picnic areas, the Creekwalk trail, Marlow Brothers monument and cave.

  • Miller Park:

    Includes two pavilions, walking trail, municipal swimming pool and fishing.

  • Eddie Palmer Park:

    Includes six baseball fields.

  • Southwest Park:

    Includes softball fields.

  • The Marlow Museum:

    View and interact with the history of our city. Dozens of exhibits depict the rich traditions of families, businesses, and recreation of a community founded by Old West settlers on Wildhorse Creek.
    Open Thur - Sat, 10a - 4:30p, or by appointment. Call 580-658-2212. Located at 127 W. Main – inside Marlow Mercantile.

  • The Marlow Brothers Monument:

    Located in Redbud Park, a community-driven granite stone tells the heroic, yet tragic story of the community’s original family. It is a story that has been retold in story, song and on the big screen. For more information contact the Chamber of Commerce at 580-658-2212.

  • Redbud Chapel:

    Marlow’s original Catholic Church, built prior to statehood, now welcomes visitors to Redbud Park, and hosts several weddings each year. The Chapel is available for rental. Call 580-658-5401 for more information.

  • Marlow Community Center:

    Located at Redbud Park, the community center serves as a hub from the senior nutrition program, and is a perfect location for family reunions and other types of meetings. Call 658-658-5401 for more information.

  • Lake J.W. Taylor:

    Located 9 miles north of Marlow, this city-owned lake features 7 miles of shoreline, and fishing for saugeye, perch, and carp. 20 campsites surround this picturesque 227-acre lake, which also includes 30 homestead cabinsites.

  • Other area lakes:

    Hunting, fishing and boating can also be enjoyed at several area lakes within a short driving distance.