Wed - Sunny, High: 83
Thu - Scattered Thunderstorms, High: 78
Big 12 Visitors
You've Come So Far...
Why Don't You Stay Awhile?
Take a few more days and find out what makes our city so special! Explore our downtown area which features everything from antique shops to local restaurants to western wear stores. You can also check out one of our many museums which features exhibits like the "Flying Farmers " at the Stillwater Airport Memorial Museum and the "Boomer Movement" at the Sheerar Museum of Stillwater.
You can also take in an outdoor adventure at one of our five lakes like Lake Carl Blackwell where you'll find people boating, camping, fishing, hunting, and water skiing. We also have five golf courses including Karsten Creek, which was ranked by Travel and Leisure Golf Magazine as the best college course in the country.
During your stay, you can also enjoy some of the best restaurants the state has to offer. We have eating establishments offering a wide range of flavors ranging from fine dining steakhouses to mouthwatering barbeque houses. In some of our restaurants, like the world famous Eskimo Joe’s, you can even grab dinner and enjoy a live musical performance that showcases why Stillwater is the original home of Red Dirt Music.
Need a Room?
There are more than 1,200 rooms located within 15 lodging properties in Stillwater. Prices for those rooms can range from as little as $49 to more than $99.
Here you can find the best rates for rooms in Stillwater.Book fast, because rooms go quickly, especially during football season!
Flying Into Town?
From Oklahoma City, take I-44E 3.5 miles and merge onto I-40E. After 6 miles, merge onto I-35N for 47 miles and take Exit 174 toward Stillwater. Head east for 20 miles on Highway 51.
From Tulsa, take US-412W for 55.5 miles toward Sand Springs/Enid. Take Exit 27 toward Stillwater than merge onto the Cimarron Turnpike West for 8 miles.
Going to a Game?
Check out our fellow Big 12 communities!