Opened by Run, Sept. 16, 1983.On line here, 15,000 waited forcarbine signal fired by cavalrymanat High Noon, Lt. C. A. Hedekin, commandingTroop A., U.S. Cav. Race from landstarted from post on knoll half milewest, by wagon, buggy, bicycle, horse and train. In 60 by 90 mile area, everyacre occupied by nightfall. The firstsettlers reached Enid from here.
On U.S. Highway 81, near the Garfield-Kingfisher county linesouth of Bison, Garfield County.*