Stonebridge West is a medium-sized Oklahoma City community in the 73099 zip code. East Main Street/Route 66 forms the northern border of the neighborhood, while Northwest 36th Street forms its southern border. North Sara Road serves as its western border, while John Kilpatrick Turnpike serves as its eastern border.
Stonebridge West is a perfect neighborhood for outdoors lovers. It lies in close proximity to Lake Overholser, the city’s oldest reservoir. Although swimming is forbidden, sailing, jetskiing, and boating are all permitted. The lake offers boat ramps, a covered picnic pavilion, and docks. It’s also handicapped accessible. The Overholser Dam is recognized by the National Register of Historic Places.
The Stinchcomb Wildlife Refuge sits two miles northeast of Stonebridge West. The refuge can be explored by foot, boat, or mountain bike. Sunrise Park, with its open parkland, lies about a mile southwest of the neighborhood. Bledsoe Park sits two miles to the south.
Several cultural attractions are also nearby. The Native American Gallery is four miles east of the community. The Apple Tree Antique Gallery is four miles to the east. The popular World Organization of China museum is eight miles to the east. The National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum lies twelve miles to the east. The Oklahoma City Museum of Art, The Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum, and the Oklahoma History Center are also within an eleven mile radius.
Many of the wealthier residents are members of the Westbury Country Club, which lies just under five miles south of Stonebridge West. The club offers a par 72, 18 hole course, a state-of-the-art fitness center, a clubhouse, a lounge, and on-site dining.