Stillwater in the Frontier Country area of Oklahoma is the home of the Oklahoma State University (OSU). The atmosphere of a small town and the atmosphere unique to the Middle West are united, and the OSU has created young people and has made the town's culture more rich. The population of 50,000 (2019) varies from the peak of the OSU home coming soccer weekend to the summer when most students are absent and not very crowded. In the city of still water, each has its own unique atmosphere and place to enjoy. There is a place in Stillwater for anyone who wants to shop at a Dow Town Stillwater boutique shop, to enjoy outdoor recreation on the edge of the city, or to live in a famous bar on the strip.
From the Oklahoma City area you can reach Stillwater in an hour by heading north at I-35 and heading east at 51. The main passage from the Tulsa District to Stilwater is the Simaron Turnpike, which can reach Stilwater within an hour and a half.
Stillwater Regional Airport provides air services for daily commercial flights through U.S. Air Dallas/Fort Worth International (DFW).
With pedestrian and public transportation, and relatively small, pedestrian and public transportation, the city is a very simple city. Although Stillwater is a relatively small city, it is usually a car-friendly transportation system. The OSU bus system, walking, cycling and connecting are alternatives.
The Oklahoma State University Community Transit System provides excellent service that goes around the town six times from 6:20 to 15:00. Then, the deceleration route is operated from 7 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. It is also a great way to cross the OSU campus. Passengers should check the live route map and the OSU Transit website in advance and plan their travel plans. The fare is 75 cents a time. 35 cents (5-18 years old), 69 years of age or older, for the disabled. Free for OSU students and employees with IDs and children under 5. Forwarding from one route to another is free.
Still water can be easily navigated by car, and there are several rental companies. Highway Route No. 51 (No. 6) is the main east-west crossing route of Stillwater, and No. 177 (Perkins River) is the main north-south route. Both offer fast travel from one end of the city to the other.
Still water is pedestrian-friendly, especially near downtown or campus, but there are few handicaps in the residential area. This city is small enough to go into most places, but as it grows sprawling, it is not an effective option.
There are many streets that have been shared with bicycles, and there are several lanes and special roads right next to the roads. Visitors can rent bicycles through the OSU's OrangeRide program. Inside the city, there are two bicycle shops and cycle centers for area bicycles and cooper. View city bicycle route map
-  Oklahoma State University botanical Garden (Ozu Botanical Garden), 3300 W 6ave, +1 405 744-5404 (1404). Dawn—dusk. The OSU Botanical Garden introduces gardening skills and beautiful scenery all over the ages. Free.
- 2 Oklahoma State University (OSU), 401 Whitehurst, 405 744-5000 (405 744-5000). The center of the campus is between University Abes. No block waves and hall of fame. You can take a day-a-day or tour yourself. View Campus Map
- 3 National Speaking Hall of Fame and Museum (405 West Hall of Fame Avenue, +1 405 377-5243) [email protected]orgM-F 9 a.m to 4:30PM, Saturday 10 a.m~2PM5 dollars.
- 4 Oklahoma Wordertorium, 308 West Franklin Lane, +1 405 533-3333. Tu-Sa 10AM - 5PM, Su 1-5PM. A museum where children can experience a variety of work and industry through fun and hands-on exhibits.
-  Sealer Museum, 702 S Duncan, ☏ 405 377-0359. Tu-F 11AM-5PM, Sa Su 1:00-4:00 p.m. Stillwater enters the museum with donations from the Count Payne Museum of History.
- 6 Oklahoma State University Museum of Art (Postal Plaza), 720 S S Suand Street, +1 405 744-2780, [email protected]. Tu-Sa 11AM-4PM, second 11AM-7PM. The post office, which opened in 2014, exhibits internationally recognized exhibits. Freedom.
- The 7 Boomer Lake Park is the largest park in the town with a paved road of three miles (5 km) around the lake.
- 1 The McNight Center for the Performing Arts, 419 S Monroe, +1 405 744-9999, ✉ [email protected] ticket.
- 2 Oklahoma State University - Astelics, 398 W. Hall of Fame Avenue, Toll-Free: +1 877-ALL-4-OSU (255-4-678), ✉ [email protected]. Oklahoma State University is known for men's wrestling, soccer, basketball, women's equestrianism, soccer and softball teams, and games can be seen in most weeks. There are a variety of places and prices.
- 3 Lake McMurtry - East, 30285 Bronco Rd, +1 405 533-1831,✉ [email protected]☏) Tent and RV camp, swimming, boating, rental kayaks and 28-mile multi-purpose courses. It is rich in 18-hole disk golf and wildlife. $10 per-unit eligible tent camp site at $6.00 $15 Primitive/Gated Camp Site $25 RV Cap Site.
- 4 Lake McMurtry - West, ☏ +1 405 747 8085.
- 5 Lake Canal Blackwell, ☏+1 405-372-5157. Provides options for riding grounds, mountain viking courses, swimming, boating, skiing, fishing, and camping. Owned and operated by OSU. A ticket passes for a general admission fee of five dollars. a $8 boat A $10
- 17B Clothes, 106W 10th Ave. On the 10th, 17B, located just near the main street, provides excellent internal clothing for fashion and indie styles.
- the Ozu Student Union. The branch is a small bookstore located within the OSU Student Union, where you can choose an amazingly good book.
- Eskimo Joe's clothes. Located just west of the restaurant, it is a place to buy Joe's shirts and other mementos.
- 1 Eskimo Joe's, 501 W. Elm, +1 405 372-8896M Tu 11AM-10PM, W-Sa 11AM-2AM, Su 11AM-9PM. The most famous restaurant and bar in town. It provides American-style food, and at night it is changed to a bar setting that performs live on a regular basis.
-  Mexico Jones, 311 E Hall of Fame, +1 405-372-1169. A sister restaurant of Eskimo Joe.
-  Freddy Paul's Steakhouse, 1707 E 6th Ave, +1 405-377-8777.
- 4 Highway Pizza, 230S Noblock, +1 405 372-4777. M Tu 11AM-9:30PM;W-Su 11AM-10PM. Founded in 1957, it is the oldest pizza restaurant in Oklahoma. In 1977, a variation of the traditional Japanese game "Pente," a board game, was invented. It is a popular place for locals and visitors who have coffee shops. If you don't know which pizza you like, I'd like a special with different toppings for each slice.
- 5 Bad Brad's BBQ, 3317 E 6th, +1 405-377-4141.M-Th 11AM~8:30PM, F Sa 11AM~9PM. a large barbecue to the west of Stillwater
- 6 El Tapatio 825 S Perkins Rd, +1 405-533-2064. 11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
- 7 El Tapaio 1711 N Boomers, 405-624-1707. 11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
- 8 El Vaquero Maxan Restaurant (5020 W 6th Ave+1 405 377-8476, [email protected])M-W 11AM - 9:30PM, Th-Sa 11AM-10PM, Su 11AM - 9PM
- 9 Red Rock Bakery & Deli, 910 N Boomer Rd, +1 405-377-3633.
- 10 Red Rock Bakery & Deli 702 S Main +1 405-564-0336.
- Tokyo Pot 11, 108W 10th Ave, +1 405-372-8898. 6:00-8:30 p.m. In this Japanese restaurant, except for the use of broth, the dish is similar to Fondue. I think dinner will take more than an hour. I recommend you make a reservation.
- 12 Sushi House 1409 S Westan+1 405-533-3399 ([email protected])M-Th 11AM - 2:30 p.m., 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Gold 11AM-2:30PM, 5-10PM, Sa noon to 10:00 p.m. Jewels hidden in the fountain square. I can eat a vegetarian meal completely. Medium-sized sushi is one of the most valuable sushi in Japan.
- 13 Coney Island, 223 S Washington, +1 405 743-1262, ✉ [email protected]comM-W 11AM~9PM, Th-Sa 11AM~2:30AM. Cheap hot dogs and hamburgers like university students visiting between bars.
- 14 Short Cake, 219 N Main St (Main Street and Hall of fame), ☏+1 405 624-1057 Always open. the greasy spoon of steel water It's very cheap after you drink on a strip for a long night.
bar and izakaya
- 1 Eskimo Joe's, 501 W. Elm, +1 405 372-8896M Tu 11AM - 10PM, W-Sa 11AM - 2 AM, Su 11AM - 9PM. There are four bars in the restaurant, serving the undrinkable college students who go to the restaurant. I'm ordering the fall out of the sky lab, but be careful!
- Stonewall Tavern, 115S Noblock St, +1 405 743-0366. From noon to 2:00 a.m. The bar next to the campus is known for its cheap drinks, outdoor beer gardens and large electronic dance music night.
-  The Finnegan Pub, 716 S Main Center, 405-707-3031. A large beer-packed Ireland pub in the downtown area.
- 4 George's Tables, 502 W Elm Ave, 405 743-1978.
- a strip of The length of the Washington St. between the University Average. And the Sixth Cathedral is the home of many bars, including:
- 5Copper Penny, 408 S Washington St, ☏+1 405-624-9799. 2:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m.
- 6 J.R. Murphy's, 306 S Washington St, 405 743-2983.
-  Willis Salon, 323 S Washington St, +1 405-377-7716. Famous for the first performance of Garth Brooks.
- Aspen Coffee, 111W 7th Ave (Downtown),☏ 405 377-5282. To provide a fresh roast coffee, espresso beverage, smooth coffee, and light cafe fare with a fresh coffee house and roaster.
- Hotel at OSU (OSU Student Union)
- Best Western, 600 E McElroy Rd.
- Days Inn, 5010 W 6th Ave.
- Fairfield Inn 418 E Hall of Fame Average
- Hampton Inn & Suites 717 E Hall of Fame Ave.
- Holiday Inn 2515 W 6th Ave.
- Relax Inn And Suites 2313W. 6th Ave.
- Lake Boomer provides a recreation similar to stillwater located in Stillwater, north of the main street. A lake with a picnic or disk golf course or a multi-purpose course provides many opportunities for entertainment.
- Lake Carl Blackwell is a popular outdoor recreation area about 10 minutes west of Stillwater on the Highway 51. Activities such as camping, horseback riding, boating and fishing are possible. https://lcb.okstate.edu/
- Lake McMurtley is the third largest lake in Stillwater, about 10 minutes northwest of Stillwater. Lake McMurtley offers many opportunities for entertainment, especially in the great mountain viking courses.
- Hoyt Park is a small park in Stillwater. has a disk golf course, sidewalk, and baseball diamond and a large green belt suitable for various activities
- Oklahoma City is an hour's drive to the southwest of Stillwater and a popular destination for Stillwater residents on weekends.
- Tulsa is the second largest city in Oklahoma and is very close to the city, and only one and a half hours drive to the northeast of Stillwater.
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