- Lutie Coal Miner’s Museum – 4 minutes
- Robber’s Cave Fall Festival – 7 minutes
- Robbers Cave State Park – 9 minutes
- Oklahoma State – 13 minutes
- Choctaw Casino McAlester – 38 minutes
- US Army Corps of Engineers – 50 minutes
- Arrowhead State Park – 53 minutes
- Lake Wister State Park – 56 minutes
Robbers Cave State Park
Robbers Cave State Park is located in the scenic, hilly woodlands of the Sans Bois Mountains of southeast Oklahoma. This park is a favorite of rappellers, equestrians, hikers and outdoor lovers. The park and adjoining wildlife management area offers acres of discovery and enjoyment including trout fishing in season, hunting, miles of hiking and equestrian trails, rugged cliffs for climbing and fall foliage viewing. Robbers Cave also enjoys notoriety as a former hideout for outlaws Jesse James and Belle Starr.
Lutie Coal Miner’s Museum
The Museum is a lasting tribute to the early day coal mining era in which Wilburton was founded. A monument rests outside the Museum listing the miners who lost their lives in mining accidents. The inside is full of artifacts that are analogous to the era of 1880 to 1930. At least one of every artifact that was used in the mining of coal of this era may be found as well as a map of Lutie and location of mines.
Choctaw Casino McAlester
Take a spin through the slots gallery. Choose from a dazzling assortment of slot machines in our spacious casino. You will find an awesome stimulating selection of games including progressives, high-stakes and penny slots. With our convenient slot ticketing system you can move easily from machine to machine.