400 SE Lincoln Road
Idabel, OK 74745
Phone: (580) 286-9393
Fax: (580) 286-2005
Situated in the city of Hugo, Mount Olivet Cemetery is known to be the burial place of popular rodeo names such as Lane Frost, Buster Brown and Ed Ansley. The cemetery has also been the winter headquarters for two circus shows, namely Kelly-Miller and Carson and Barne, the owners of which have also been buried here. The remains of John Carrol, a popular elephant trainer, also lies here, and his headstone depicts him standing on one sitting elephant, flanked by two others on either side. The burial spot of several other such popular names, Mount Olivet Cemetery is a unique attraction in Oklahoma.
Constructed in 1993, this replica of the iconic French monument might not be as grand as the original, but still manages to turn heads. The cowboy hat perched atop the tower is a quirky addition made in 1998.
Sitting pretty at the heart of the historic Town Square, this ornate fountain dates back to 1927. Made up of Italianate marble, the ornate structure was built to commemorate the city's new beginnings after the devastating fire of 1916.
Constructed in 1868, the majestic mansion was the residence of Sam Bell Maxey, a war veteran and a prominent political figure. Built in the Victorian Italianate style, the mansion's well-preserved interiors reflect the lifestyle of the family. Guided tours are available.
Texas A&M University - Texarkana is nestled in the lovely forest land of Texarkana. The university campus covers an area of 375 acres (151.75 hectares) with the latest laboratory and research facilities for students. This university offers a number of graduate degree programs and has a knowledgeable and experienced faculty to help the students excel.
The history of Nevill's Chapel Cemetery can be traced back to 1800s when it was a family burial site of the Alexander B. Nevill family. Spread across 6 acres (2.42811 hectares) of land, this cemetery is now used as a public burial ground.
Spend a relaxing day with your friends as you fish in the 89 acre (36.017 hectares) lake in the Town Lake Park. In addition to the lake and its boating and fishing activities, this park houses multiple picnic tables for you to enjoy some quality time with your loved ones.