See a glimpse into the past at the Kullihoma Grounds! Located ten miles east of Ada, OK, the Kullihoma Grounds is a Chickasaw tribal reserve that serves as a favorite gathering place for the Chickasaw people. It once was actively used as as a stomp ground, school and an everyday community. Although it no longer serves those purposes, it is still a place for the Chickasaw people to reunite and for visitors to enjoy.
The grounds span over 1,500 acres displaying several of the traditional dwellings including a winter house, corn crib, summer house and a mountain house for visitors to peruse. Some Chickasaw towns had over 200 households and each household contained a winter house, summer house, corn storage and a hut. The Kullihoma Grounds have deep roots displaying key pieces of Chickasaw history. Stop by the Kullihoma Grounds to see this fascinating landmark representing the cultural landscape of the Chickasaw heritage!