Cordell Public Library
Serving Western Plains Region

Located at 208 S. College St. 580-832-3530
Sunday: Closed
Monday: 9:00am-6:00pm
Tuesday: 9:00am-6:00pm
Wednesday: 9:00am-6:00pm
Thursday: 9:00am-6:00pm
Friday: 9:00am-5:00pm
Saturday: 10:00am-5:00pm
Historic Courthouse & Square
Officially named "NEW" City of Cordell but known locally as simply Cordell. Many years ago the County courthouse was located a few miles away. When moved to it's current location they added "NEW" to the cities name.

The courthouse is the beautiful centerpiece of the downtown shopping district. Recently remodeled the Courthouse stands proud and visitors are welcome to explore the inside of the building and then browse the shops surrounding the courthouse.
Cordell Public Swimming Pool
Located 1/2 block west of Lee Park on 2nd St.

Seasonal Pool offers "Water Walking" private parties and other bookings / reservations.

For more information contact Cordell City Offices at 580-832-3825
Adams Lake
There is a little known treasure just outside of Cordell named Cordell Reservoir also called Adams Lake. This small body of water and it's surroundings offers fishing, camping, and walking trail to catch a glimpse of the area wildlife. The quiet atmosphere beckons the visitor to stretch out and just relax in the beauty of it all.

The area is gated and there is a small use fee. For more information drop by the city office at 101 E. Main St. Phone 580-832-3825
Crooked Creek Golf Course
Located a little over 1 mile west of Cordell on HWY 152.

Reviews on Facebook gives these greens a 4.7 star rating.

Come play a round or join one of the many Torment fundraisers throughout the year. Or, perhaps become a sponsor for a good cause.
Lee Park
This beautiful park is located only a couple of blocks from the Courthouse Square.

Recently the public helped the Kiwanis Club build a great playground for the younger set.

The park is also a venue for various events such as the Easter Egg Hunt, Cruise Night, Pumpkin Festival, and several other events sponsored by The Cordell Chamber of Commerce, churches, School and others.

The  park also features a large covered pavilion for the communities needs.

The Washita Museum
Located at 105 1st St.

This interesting museum is 2 floors of history. Lots of pictures, antique tools, and artifacts you may have never seen before.

Limited hours, but worth setting up an appointment, if necessary, to view this glimpse into the past and how people actually lived without a cell phone.
The Washita Theatre
Located at 111 S. Market St.
Several years ago over $142,000 was spent on the theatre for remodeling including THX sound system.

It is unclear to this writer just when it was build. My best guess is in the 1940's. The theatre has been open and closed a few times since then.

The City of Cordell is the current owner.