McLain Rogers Park in Clinton, Oklahoma has one of the two remaining outdoor amphiteaters in the state. This 400 seat amphitheater was built between 1934 and 1937 as part of the WPA. It has an impressive Art Deco brick entrance complete with neon letters that welcome visitors from Route 66.
National Register of Historic Places
The Amphitheater is a WPA masterpiece you need to see for yourself!
The amphitheater is not the only thing in McLain Rogers Park. You will also find putt-putt golf, pavilions, tennis courts, picnic tables, playgrounds, ball fields and lots of beautiful landscaping.