Billings is a town in northwest Noble County, Oklahoma, United States. The population is 509. Billings is located on State Highway 15, five miles west of Interstate Highway 35. Billings is approximately thirty-five miles from Enid and Ponca City, Oklahoma. Billings actually began in the Cherokee Outlet land run of 1893 as the town of White Rock, located three miles east and two miles south of its present location, and prospered in an agricultural area devoted to livestock and grain.

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Dr Renfrow-Miller Museum & Art Gallery

201 S Broadway Ave
Billings, OK 74630
This unique rock home is famous as the "Castle on the Prairie." Built in 1901, this was the home and office of pioneer doctor, Thomas F. Renfrow, who took part in the 1893 Cherokee Strip Land Run and settled in Billings in 1899. The two-story rock home…Learn More
Arts , Educational, Historical Site, Museum