Stardust Inn Bed & Breakfast
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Nestled in the heart of the Wichita Mountains, the Stardust Inn Bed & Breakfast is designed and decorated in the spirit of the American West. We feature a wrap-around porch, private entrances to each room, two person Jacuzzi tubs and a delightful breakfast.
Come and experience Medicine Park, Oklahoma, where Native Americans camped by the thousands, where movie stars came to get away and gangsters came to hide. While you are here you can also visit the oldest wildlife refuge in the United States, where herds of elk and buffalo still roam free.
Feel the spirit of Medicine Park while staying at the Stardust Inn. Whichever room you choose: Prairie Rose, Elk Song, Buffalo Spirit, or Good Medicine, you are sure to capture that magic of the great American West. Enjoy eleven area blue water lakes. Great fishing, hiking biking, sail boating, bird watching, mountain climbing, water skiing or just plain creative loafing.
We are very fortunate to have our Bed & Breakfast nestled in the woods next to the Wichita Mountains, the oldest mountain range in North America, where wildlife abounds and the scenery is simply breathtaking. Many animals make the Stardust Inn their home, from the elusive painted buntings to the surprisingly calm mountain boomer. You'll definitely want to bring your camera to capture these animals in their natural habitat. Whether you're a photo buff, birdwatcher or a naturalist you'll enjoy the beauty the Stardust Inn has to offer.
Come stay with us and see why everyone is saying Medicine Park is Oklahoma's best kept secret!
Medicine Park Events
The town of Medicine Park, Oklahoma is home to several great events each year. Our Mayor, Dwight Cope, began more than 6 years ago with the idea of developing a music festival that everyone would come and enjoy for free. This single concept has grown into more than five festivals and events each year. This year starting in March we are having our first Bluegrass Festival during Spring Break, followed by the Mayor's Red Dirt Ball on Memorial Day weekend, The Mayor's Blues Ball on Labor day weekend, the Medicine Park Flute Festival in October and the Rod & Custom Car Show also in October. In 2009 Dwight was awarded the "George Nigh Public Service in the Arts" medal as part of the Governor's Arts Awards for his community contributions. As a result we are proud to say that Medicine Park is a growing arts community with much more to look forward to in the future. Come and see what everyone's talking about! Whether your come and stay with us during festival time or another time you will find Medicine Park a charming and unique recreational getaway at the getaway to the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge. We are just within a minute's drive of the heart of downtown.
Discover the magic of Medicine Park.