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.
Includes a performance stage, pavilion, The Hideout playground, historic Redbud Chapel, Redbud Community Center, eight horseshoe pits, picnic areas, the Creekwalk trail, Marlow Brothers monument, Chisholm Trail history, and the Redbud Splashpad.
The 3,500 square foot facility is open from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily from the Tuesday after Memorial Day to the Monday following Labor Day.
Includes two pavilions, walking trail, municipal swimming pool and fishing. A city fishing license is required. Call City Hall for more information. (580) 658-5401
Eddie Palmer Park:
Includes six baseball fields.
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.
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.
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.
Redbud 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.