A vibrant main street is the heart of Henryetta. There are nine blocks of the original downtown shops from 1904 still in use today.
There is a wide selection of retail businesses as well as professional services available all along Main Street.
opera houseHenryetta offers a traditional hometown shopping experience with family-owned businesses, some spanning three and four generations.
The Henryetta Public Library  is the intellectual center of Henryetta. It is located downtown on the northeast corner of Sixth and Main Street in the Post Office building built in 1935.henryettadoughboy
The library offers 10 computers with Internet access via a T1 line, over 25,000 books, more than 90 periodicals, videos, and other services.
The Henryetta Public Library also subscribes to four area newspapers,and features an Obituary Index dating back to 1903.
The local posts of the Veterans of Foreign Wars and the American Legion, along with local veterans and enlisted personnel, joined together in 1923 to raise funds to purchase this "Spirit of the American Doughboy" statue as a memorial to local boys who died in World War I.
The bronze statue was unveiled during a public celebration on Saturday, July 4, 1925. The statue now stands on the corner of Sixth and Main Street in front of the Henryetta Public Library.
The two-story home built by Henryetta founder Hugh Henry still stands on top of the high hill overlooking the valley that he first saw in 1884.
It is not open to the public but anyone passing by can visualize the ranching life at the very start of Henryetta when cowboys rode these hills.
museumThe Henryetta Territorial Museum is located in Henryetta's original one-room school, built in 1905.
It is the official home of the Joseph W. Hardin photography collection as well as a collection from 16-time World Champion Cowboy and inventor of the mechanical bull Jim Shoulders.
Local historical artifacts give the museum a unique quality not found in larger museums. The Henryetta Territorial Museum is open Wednesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Tours are available Monday through Saturday by appointment. Although admission is free, a $2 donation is appreciated.
Henryetta, like so many towns in Oklahoma, owes its formation to the railroads.
That legacy is honored with the caboose on display at the site of the KATY railroad depot next to Main Street.
During the summer and into fall, the Farmers market stall just off the Lake Road is a popular place for residents wanting homegrown vegetables and other goodies. The open-air market recalls the day when locally-grown produce was found on every table.
The green rolling hills of Henryetta's Golf Course present a challenge to even the most experienced golfers. Henryetta Country Club and Golf Course is located two miles southwest of Henryetta.golf course long shot carts
This par 36 course has over 6,000 yards with nine holes.
The course can easily be played as a nine or 18 hole format, with different tee boxes available. Non-members are welcome to play, and no tee-time reservations are necessary.
With playgrounds, picnic areas, rodeo grounds, baseball and softball fields, basketball courts, tennis courts, volleyball courts, walking trails, camping, fishing and swimming areas, Henryetta's city parks offer plenty of recreational choices with ample room to play and relax.
Nichols Park is the perfect place to relax and enjoy the family-friendly lifestyle of Henryetta.
fishingdockEncompassing more than 300 acres, Nichols Park is the largest city park in Henryetta. It is located three miles south of Main Street on Lake Road.
There are three covered picnic areas complete with fireplaces and cooking grills inside Nichols Park.
Enjoy a scenic picnic in the open air or in one of the spacious native stone shelter houses built by local residents who worked in the Civilian Conservation Corps.
Volleyball courts, swing sets, and a slide within walking distance of the East picnic area.
The South picnic area gives access to the 10-acre lake with a sandy beach and a fishing dock
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Swing sets, bathrooms, and running water are most easily accessible from the North picnic area.
Nichols Lake is home to several species of fish like Bass, Crappie, and Catfish.
The lake also has an abundance of sunfish, and a few aquatic turtles as well.
Fishing is free at Nichols Park, and all state fishing regulations are enforced.
Manually-powered water crafts are allowed on the lake, however all other vessels are strictly prohibited
Nichols Park is also home to a lot of wildlife including deer, turkey, rabbits, and squirrels, but hunting is not allowed inside city parks.
Many good hiking trails wind through the park and vast wooded areas.
If you want to really enjoy the park, there are camping facilities available as well. Wake up each morning and enjoy nature at it's best.     
Enjoy some family fun inside Nichols park at the Living Legends Rodeo Arena and the Henryetta Little League Complex.
On Labor Day every year, over 1,500 spectators gather at Nichols Park to watch The Living Legends Rodeo.
Softball tournaments and lively games bring thousands of families to the Henryetta Little League Complex every year.
Other parks are scattered throughout the city.

   
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