Location of Wynnewood, Oklahoma
There is also a Wynnewood, Pennsylvania. The railroad workers were from Pennsylvania and named the existing townsites what they wanted. They also named Paoli and Ardmore, Oklahoma after towns in Pennsylvania. Wynnewood was known as "Walner" before that happened.
The original townsite was a rock bottom crossing on the Washita river called Cherokee Crossing. After the Civil War, many veterans of the Southern Cause settled in Wynnewood.
Wynnewood is located at United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 1.5 square miles (3.9 km2), all land. (34.643884, -97.164694).According to the