Historic Fort Reno
Fort Reno has a long and diverse history from its inception during the Indian Wars to its service during the Oklahoma Land Run. During WW2 Fort Reno was used at a Remounting station and a German Prisoners of War Camp. Read about our diverse history in our history section.
Today Fort Reno is managed by the Historic Fort Reno, Inc., is a non profit organization which is dedicated to preservation and use of the historical and cultural resources of Fort Reno. Its mission is to secure funding for restoration of historic structures, Visitor Center operations and activities, educate the public through historical interpretation, and establish those partnerships necessary for the long-term stability of the organization.
Currently our Day Admission prices are as follows:
Child (5 and under) – Free
Child (6-17) – $2
Adult (18-54) – $5
Senior (55+) – $4
Veterans – Free (with I.D.)
Family of 4 – $10 (Please mention this special offer at checkout)
New Winter Hours: We are open to the public
Friday and Saturday, Monday and Tuesday 10am-4pm
Did You Know?
Historic Fort Reno Hosts Weddings, meetings and other get-togethers in our Chapel?
Historic Fort Reno is currently raising funds to have our Victorian house refurbished!
The U.S. Cavalry is currently raising funds to have the Mule Barn refurbished (We’re cheering them on from next door!)!
We have no less than 3 stops on our premises. Don’t Drive while doing so though, we have some cool buildings that spit critters out all the time and a car addition won’t help the walls of those buildings.
Want to know more, or have live updates of the Fort? Check out our Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/historicfortreno
Fort Reno Map
Take US I40 W through El Reno Oklahoma
Take Exit 119 East to Route 66 We are right on the corner.
PLEASE NOTE : Do not put our address into GPS it will take you to the wrong location instead use Latitude 35.53694 Longitude -98.03408