Arcadia, Oklahoma

The Arcadia Round Barn was built in 1898.
Arcadia Historical Society
(405) 396-0824

Town of Arcadia

Established by Executive Order of the Governor in 1987, the Town of Arcadia is a significant hamlet in Central Oklahoma. Located on Historic Route 66, the community of 279 is a popular stop for Mother Road enthusiasts and sojourners. Although only one square mile in size, it boasts two favorite Oklahoma destinations: The round barn and Pops, a diner and gas station with hundreds of flavors of soda pop.

Arcadia is located 15 miles north of Oklahoma City on Historic Route 66. It is six miles East of Interstate 35 (Exit #141). Due to its proximity to major urban areas, Arcadia offers a lifestyle that is close to shopping, entertainment, employment and social activities yet far enough away to perpetuate the rural, small community lifestyle that is so desirable.

Other Highlights

  • Lake Arcadia
  • Washington Irving Monument
  • 1937 St. James A. M. E. Church
  • 1903 Methodist Church
  • Victorian House on 2nd Street (Ruble Home)
  • Chesrow/Cesario Art Gallery


Town Administration

Mayor and Trustee Marilyn Murrell
Town Trustee Marcus Woodward
Town Trustee James Woodward
Fire Chief Doris Hardimon
Town Clerk Sharree Butler
Town Treasurer Gloriana Prim


Town of Arcadia
217 N. Main Street
P.O. Box 268
Arcadia , Oklahoma 73007
(405) 396-2899

Lake Arcadia

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