A pleasing blend of college town, county seat, rural community, and bustling business center make Chickasha, Oklahoma a great place to live. Located near the Washita River, Chickasha is 40 miles southwest of Oklahoma City and is the county seat of Grady County.
The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma is a public liberal arts university established in 1908. The school hosts many cultural events and the annual “Spring Triad,” a group of three festivals: the Montmartre Chalk Art Festival, Droverstock Music Festival, and the Scholastic Meet.
Chickasha is home to River Bend Golf Club, which features two public courses — an 18-hole course and a 9-hole course.
Shannon Springs Park hosts the Annual Festival of Lights and the 4th of July Celebration. It is one of Chickasha’s seven parks.
Lake Chickasha features two fishing piers — one enclosed — plus camping, swimming, and skiing. Fishing tournaments take place at the lake ever Wednesday evening during the summer.
With a public pool, community center, ADA-accessible playgrounds, and a Senior Citizens Center, Chickasha is a welcoming, friendly city with plenty to offer — including great apartment rentals.