Historic El Reno is home to Fort Reno, the Canadian County Museum, an authentic trolley and historic downtown area. If you enjoy great festivals, you won't want to miss the annual Onion Fried Burger Festival where the world's largest onion fried burger is served, or Fort Reno Tombstone Tales which takes visitors back to the days of the Cavalry and Indian scouts.

A Rich History

El Reno was established in 1889 and is located at the intersection of two historic highways, nostalgic Route 66 and the Chisholm Trail (Hwy. 81). The City began as a railroad town and was home to three Land Runs. It’s a festival town and boasts many heritage celebrations, historic properties and the only rail based trolley operating in the State of Oklahoma. Learn More about El Reno's History.

A Leader in Energy

While steeped in rich history, El Reno sits on the leading edge of oil, gas and wind technology for the State of Oklahoma with major plant sites and specialized training accessibility.