Visit the Stratford Peach Festival

Mark your calendar now for the Annual Stratford Peach Festival on Saturday, July 20, 2024, for some family fun that’s just plain peachy!

Visit the Stratford Peach Festival
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Stratford, the self-proclaimed “Peach Capital of Oklahoma,” is known to grow the juiciest peaches in the Sooner State! The town is located just one hour southeast of OKC, in Chickasaw country.


The Peach Festival is held in the Stratford city park located at:
701 S. Pine
Stratford, OK 74872

Event Details & Schedule:

This festival starts early with a 5k family fun run. Registration begins at 5:30 am in front of the Elementary School. The race begins at 6:30 am.

A free pancake breakfast follows the race.

From 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., the park will host retail booths, carnival rides, all-day performances, and so much more!

Enjoy fresh homemade peach ice cream, peach smoothies, peach tea, and much more! Watch the Peach Royalty Pageant and see our newest royalty crowned. Enter the Peach Cook-Off Contest. Listen to live local talents performing on stage, along with the Stratford Bulldog Junior High and High School cheerleading squads. Have your face painted, watch the kid’s turtle races, jump in the bounce houses, and visit the kiddie carnival. Take a stroll through the car show, then stop to play the games, including a cornhole tournament.


The festival and parking are free but bring cash for all the goodies offered.

For more information on participating in the day’s events, go to the 2024 Peach Festival, Stratford, OK.

Plan to stay late, finishing the day at the Stratford Round-Up Club’s 88th Annual Rodeo, starting at 8:00 pm in the arena to the east of the park. It’s the place to end up after all the peach-filled fun!

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Courtney Mount
Hi, I'm Courtney! Born and raised in Oklahoma, I have birthed 9 babies who have given me 7 grandbabies--so far. I am a slightly crunchy, homeschooling mama of 30 years. In 2020, I also became a grieving mama as my 3 year old lost her battle to Neuroblastoma, a childhood cancer. I currently write about our everyday life, child loss, grief, and Jesus at You can also find me at


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