Favorite thing: Davis actually has a more charming Main Street than its larger neighbor Sulphur, but its original buildings are losing much of their original spirit. Composed of a few hotels and other facades near the town's post office, Davis' Main Street lacks the continuity of other Oklahoma Main Street preservation programs such as those in Norman or Purcell. Despite this, the fact that Davis has the county's most handsome listing on the National Register of Historic Places, combined with its Main Street survivors, commands as much attention as anything else in the county.
Favorite thing: This particular building on OK-7 near the post office is the most prominent building in the historic downtown area. While not listed on either the national or Oklahoma register of historic places, its original function seems to have been a lodge, and it now sits adjacent to a modern salon. Composed of red brick like many ancient Oklahoma buildings, it's now on the market for someone who will hopefully maintain its original appearance.