About Fletcher

The Million Dollar Park!

When visiting Fletcher be sure to include a stop at the City Park. Valued at over a million dollars, the residents of Fletcher spent hundreds of volunteer hours building their park and ball field themselves. Don’t miss the big 4th July celebration. Bring your fireworks and join everyone else in town for a lot of excitement, laughter, and home-made ice cream. People come from miles around to view the “big city” firework production.

 

 

Traditions

In the Fall join us for the Fletcher Fair, one of the very last small town fairs still celebrated anywhere. The Fair kicks off with a city-wide parade. Enjoy the children’s floats as each grade from the youngest to the oldest has spent the prior week working and putting the finishing touches on their presentations.

Whether you grab a bite to eat at Trent’s Pharmacy – a luncheon special every day, chicken fingers at HopNSak, or an incredibly delicious sopapilla at El Charro’s there is always a place to meet and eat in Fletcher. And with its Broadband Internet Connection, Fletcher residents and reach out and touch the world.

 

Close to Metro Locations

Located just a few minutes from the Key Gate at Fort Sill, many military families enjoy living at Fletcher while working on base. Fletcher is in the center of a circle that encompasses Lawton, Chickasha, Duncan, and Anadarko: perfect for a short commute to work and cultural events while enjoying the amenities of a country, down-home lifestyle. Families can choose from a variety of new housing or traditional neighborhoods in which to live at all levels of affordability. Fletcher itself is the location of Temple Inland Industries, a strong supporter of the city and school. Due to the strong desire to live in Fletcher, owning a home in Fletcher is a good investment! The city of Fletcher is also in the middle of a downtown renovation.  Newcomers fit right in and receive a genuine welcome.