REGIONAL ATTRACTIONS -
20 minutes south of Fairview: Canton Lake is famous throughout the region for its blue-water boating, skiing, camping, jet skiing, and its popular Walleye Rodeo fishing derby, held early May. The lake has been popular for generations of Oklahoman's as well as those from Kansas and Texas. A 17,000 acre public hunting area borders part of Canton Lake with large numbers of deer, turkey, quail, dove and wild hog.
Sod House Museum
15 minutes north of Fairview, Oklahoma: This "Soddy" (near Aline, Oklahoma) was built by Marshal McCully in 1894 and has been restored and preserved as the only existing sod homestead. Today, this house stands as a testament to those hearty souls that settled Oklahoma. Enjoy the experience of walking through the sod house and viewing artifacts that portray the daily lifestyles of the pioneers. At Christmas, see the "Many Faces of Santa" in the museum.
4628 State Highway 8, Aline, OK.
13 miles south of Fairview is Oklahoma's premier dirt track racing facility bringing in many of the top touring series in the nation! Longdale Speedway was built in 2014 and is a semi-banked, 3/8 mile, clay oval. Comfortable 2000 seat aluminum grandstand for fans. Variety of concession food is available along with wide variety of beverages. Golf cars are available for shuttling fans.
Driving Directions: 1/4 mile south of Longdale, OK on Highway 58.
Indian Creek Winery
Hajek Motorsports Museum
20 minutes southeast of Fairview, Oklahoma: One of the top collections in the world, this museum is home to some of the biggest names in racing featuring cars from back in the day to present day.
For more information, please call: 580.753.4611.