Historic Tour

Sand Springs, Oklahoma is a unique town whose rare history gives much pride to its residents. Sand Springs came about during Oklahoma's "golden age" of wealth and opportunity. Arriving in 1908, Charles Page founded Sand Springs to fulfill his dream of creating a planned industrial city.

The legacy of Charles Page lives on within the community and touches many of the town's assets: architecture, businesses, industries and people.  A self-guided historic tour has been created for our visitors to view some of these many assets in Sand Springs. Print a map or view online to tour Sand Springs at your own pace. Bike, walk, drive- heck even run! Enjoy our community, the rich history and culture that we are eager to share with you.

*Please be patient as we are creating this tour, adding new links and updating weekly*

Self-Guided Historic Tour Map
Follow the map, visit the location and click on the link below to view photos and content about each location!

Stop #1: Sand Springs Cultural and Historic Museum
Stop #2: The Triangle
Stop #3: The Waiting Station
Stop #4: Sand Springs Home
Stop #5: St. Patrick's Parish
Stop #6: The Springs
Stop #7: Native American Cemetery
Stop #8: The Powerhouse
Stop #9: River City Park
Stop #10: Prattville
Other suggested locations