larger then life metal sculpture of a Native American Flute
Player by renowned sculptor the late Robert Dean warmly greets visitors
as they come through the grand, timber frame entrance. The Woodlands is close to
shopping, dining, entertainment & Interstate 44 - where it is just 15 minutes to the conveniences
of the city. You have a choice
of school districts - Elgin or Lawton Public Schools.
Whatever your pleasure, opportunities for
recreation and relaxation abound. Spend the morning fishing at
Woodlands Pond or any of the dozens of nearby lakes & creeks.
bicycle riding in the hills of Medicine Park or the nearby Wildlife Refuge while taking in spectacular views of the
Wichita Mountains. Take a stroll in the woods or sit on your
porch and enjoy the tranquil natural surroundings.
Experience the sense of community that
only comes from living in a town rich with pride, history and
friendly neighbors. In Medicine Park you find just that as well
as shopping, dining and entertainment. Step into the past by spending the afternoon strolling along
Medicine Creek and visiting the quaint shops and galleries. Come
see how a simple, less complicated lifestyle can await you in
Medicine Park. Let your passions flow ...
Copyright 2007 - Woodlands
Development - Evanna Betcher