Reynolds Castle (James E. Reynolds House), Cameron, Oklahoma is a private residence with castle-like features. Built over 100 years ago, the stone property has a small tower to the fore of the property and crenellations along the whole of the roof line.
Located in Le Flore County, the castle was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on 4/13/1977. According to the National Register Nomination Form, Captain Reynolds was inspired by photographs of castles in Scotland and decided to design and build his own. To construct the walls (most of which are 2ft thick) stone was quarried nearby and the grand property was completed in 1911.
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