Nestled at the foot of the Arbuckle Mountains and surrounded
by seven lakes totaling 100,000 acres. Ardmore is one of
Oklahoma's most unique communities.

Its strategic location on I-35, just 90 miles from
either Dallas or Oklahoma City, gives Ardmore a
unique market proximity.


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Originally a part of the lands assigned to the Chickasaw Indians, Ardmore, in pre-statehood days, was a point of much interest to those of the tribe and to the early white settler. Prior to 1886 there were scattered ranches in the area, and one of these, the 700 Ranch, had its headquarters on the present site of Ardmore. The advent of the Santa Fe Railroad in 1887 marked the beginning of Ardmore. It was named by Santa Fe Railroad agents after Ardmore, Pennsylvania, which had been named after Ardmore By-the-Sea, Ireland and means “high-point” for it’s lighthouse.

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