The welcoming and warm spirit of southern hospitality paired with the fun-factor and vibrancy of a university campus is exactly what makes Stillwater America's Friendliest College Town and a perfect event destination. Stillwater's dining scene offers everything from college town eats such as the world's best cheese fries (over 7,000 plates served monthly) to award-winning upscale cuisine like the Vegas Strip, a steak cut discovered in Stillwater! Home to the original sound of the Red Dirt music genre, Stillwater has been considered sacred ground for singers and songwriters for over 30 years. Nightlife and after-hours happenings often include live music events in Stillwater's legendary concert venue, The Tumbleweed, on The Strip, Stillwater's iconic nightlife district, or outdoors in Downtown during food truck festivals.
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2617 West 6th Avenue
, Stillwater, OK 74074
Type of Destination Experience:
GSF Exhibit Space (Payne County Expo Center): 103,650
Meeting Space, Square Feet (Payne County Expo Center): 103,650
Largest Ballroom, Square Feet (Payne County Expo Center): 15,000
Sleeping Rooms in largest hotel (Quality Inn): 139
Hotel adjacent to convention facility: No
Stillwater Regional Airport
Miles to downtown 3
Cities with non-stop flights1
International cities with direct flights0
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Why Meet in Stillwater
Stillwater is the birthplace to the sound of Red Dirt Music, a blended genre of folk, rock, country, bluegrass, blues, Western swing, and honky-tonk.
Oklahoma State University, ranked in the 2016 edition of Best Colleges by U.S. News and World Report is located in Stillwater and is home to the world's largest student union.
Eskimo Joe's, Stillwater's iconic restaurant and bar, serves over 7,000 plates of the best cheese fries on the planet every month and sells one of the most collectible tee shirts in the country according to The Tulsa World.