City of Collinsville

106 N 12th Street

PO Box 730

Collinsville, OK 74021

(918) 371-1010 Phone

(918) 371-1019 Fax

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Annual Events

Hog-N-Hot Rods - hosted by Collinsville Downtown Inc in June every year. 918-371-5530

4th of July Fireworks - hosted by the City of Collinsville 918-371-1010

Taste of Collinsville - hosted by Collinsville Downtown Inc every year around September or October 918-371-5530

Just Treats No Tricks - hosted by Collinsville Downtown Inc every Halloween 918-371-5530

Veteran's Day Parade - hosted by American Legion 918-371-5710

Christmas Parade & Merchant giveaway - hosted by City of Collinsville, Collinsville Downtown Inc, Collinsville Chamber of Commerce

Things To Do Around Collinsville

Collinsville Library
1223 West Main
Collinsville, OK  74021
(918) 596-2840

With 9 computers for customer use, a lively teen corner, a children's bay window reading area and a meeting room that seats 75, the Collinsville Library is at the center of Collinsville living. It is a popular place for students to come after school, and a valuable resource for the residents and visitors of Collinsville. Don't miss out on Stories From the Rocking Chair every Tuesday at 10:30 for children birth to 5 years old.


Collinsville Tri-County Fair
Downtown and Fair Grounds
Collinsville, OK  74021
(918) 371-1010

Held annually toward the end of August, the Tri-County Fair is an experience you don't want to miss. There are extensive 4-H exhibits and events, livestock exhibits and competitions, a tractor driving contest, dog show, pet fair, local vendors and so much more. Bring the entire family for a great time! Most of the activities are located in the American Legion Building at 9th and Main, the Fairgrounds at 9th and Center and along Main Street.


Collinsville Depot Museum
115 S 10th Street
Collinsville, OK 74021
(918) 371-3540

The original Collinsville Depot was built around 1899 and later moved to its present location (adjacent to the fairgrounds) in 1975. The grounds were later named in honor of Woody Wilson. The caboose was added to the Depot in 1977. The Depot was converted into a museum where a wide variety of items important to the history of Collinsville can be enjoyed. Visitors can see clothing, quilts and treasured items from over 100 years of history.


Collinsville Newspaper Museum
1110 West Main Street
Collinsville, OK  74021
(918) 371-1901

The Collinsville Newspaper Museum celebrates more than 100 years of the City of Collinsville and it's newspapers and people. The museum has a 30 minute guided tour that is conducted inside the building that housed "The Collinsville News" from the time it was built in 1911 until it moved to its current location in 1987. Visitors can also see history notebooks and display boards with articles and photos about the area and hear stories about movies shown in and taken of Collinsville.


Paintball Land
12731 N 118th E Ave
Collinsville, OK  74021
(918) 371-4044

Paintball Land is one of the oldest and continuous running fields in Oklahoma. We specialize in recreational play. Paintball Land is a Christian owned and operated field -- you will not be exposed to foul language. Unacceptable behavior and non-sportsman-like conduct is not tolerated. At Paintball Land a high emphasis is placed on safety. Safety is our #1 rule, everything after that is just fun.


Collinsville Senior Citizens @ Cardinal Heights
224 S 19th Street
Collinsville, OK 74017
(918) 371-3730

The Collinsville Senior Citizens Center provides a wide variety of services and activities. Lunch is offered Monday through Friday at 11:30am (every day for Seniors age 60 and above). There are a variety of on-going activities including parties, games, arts and crafts. Health screenings are offered on a regular basis. Transportation is provided to and from site, doctor appointments and shopping for senior citizens in Collinsville.


Collinsville City Park
South of Spring St and West of 15th St
Collinsville, OK  74021
(918) 371-1010

The Collinsville City Park is open to the public year round and offers many amenities a softball field, tennis courts, basketball court, splashpad, playground, a skate park, covered picnic tables and a new walking trail. It's a great place to spend a relaxing afternoon with your family.