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The population of Fort Towson is approximately 568 (1990), 519 (2010).
The approximate number of families is 305 (1990), 230 (2010).

The amount of land area in Fort Towson is 14.454 sq. kilometers.
The amount of surface water is 0.962 sq kilometers.
The distance from Fort Towson to Washington DC is 1118 miles. The distance to the Oklahoma state capital is 163 miles. (as the crow flies)
Fort Towson is positioned 34.02 degrees north of the equator and 95.29 degrees west of the prime meridian.

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Fort Towson, Oklahoma is a wonderful place to live. We are famous in Oklahoma for our sports and vocational/agricultural departments in the schools! We are also well-known for the Fort Towson Military Park (The Old Fort), the Raymond Gary State Park and New Hopson Park! Although we are a little town, we have all we need and it is a great place to grow up! (submitted by a sophomore high school student at Fort Towson)

There is a wonderful museum located in the Community Center. It has many interesting collections from pioneer and early day settlers - A special Pine Belt Lumber Company picture collection, a collection from the Hopson Family, a beginning collection of early circus and show people from this area and more.
The museum is manned by volunteers and only open at special times.
We will arrange to open for tour groups, school groups, out of town visitors and tourists--NO nearby visitors unless they have special out-of-state company.
We open when there is a train trip by the Hugo Heritage Railroad group, also for special events taking place in the area. Homecoming the second weekend in June
Contacts: Marlynn O'Keefe 873-2770, June Stokes 873-2287, Peggy Wilson 873-2233 Ouida Roberts 873-2382

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