Sleep Inn & Suites
600 North Main Street
Hennessey, OK 73742
Phone: (405) 853-2126
Fax: (405) 853-2141
The city of Hennessey has some tainted origins it would rather forget, as it was named after the Irish cowboy Patrick Hennessey who was ruthlessly burnt here on a wagon wheel. His legend lives on at the well-maintained Pat Hennessey Memorial Park. Present day Hennessey boasts a good educational system backed by A-grade public schools and a well-stocked public library. Festivals and community events are celebrated regularly by the cheery townsfolk who do well in assimilating visitors in the festivities.
Nationally known car rental company that provides high quality vehicles plus free pickup and delivery services.
Sunday Morning Worship Service at 10:50 a.m. with a nursery and children's worship services available. Services are at 10:00 a.m. in the months of July and August.
Founded in 1893, the city of Enid was named after a character in Lord Tennyson's Idylls of the King. A city of superlatives, this one boasts the 3rd largest food grain capacity storage in the world; no wonder it has earned the sobriquets of "Queen Wheat City" and "Wheat Capital". The early 20th century witnessed a burst in growth due to the gold, wheat and oil industries, and the effects can be seen till date. As of now, Enid is known for its vibrant arts and cultural scene which is manifested through numerous festivals organized annually. Museums, galleries and a pulsating nightlife are a few more reasons to visit this city.
Daily newspaper with features including local and national news, sports, weather, community, entertainment, and classifieds.
Promotes and supports local businesses and industries in the Enid area, plus provides relocation information.
Full service beauty salon that offers a variety of professional hair services, as well as massages, nail services, and skin therapy services.
Quality, gentle, full-service dental establishment.