McCoy Development is a major force in the planning, renovation and building of Medicine Park.
Candace and David McCoy donated several properties centrally located, including the creeks, Parks, and swimming area, allowing the Town to continue evolving as a vibrant "gateway'' community to the adjacent Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge. The latest donation is an 8+ acre hillside bordering the Wildlife Refuge and Lake Elmer Thomas Recreation Area, which is the site of the new "Medicine Park Aquarium and Natural Science Center".
McCoy Development has been involved in renovating and building several cabins being leased for overnight lodging accommodations, office space for professionals, and retail spaces for dining and shopping.
The McCoy's built over 30+ custom homes in Medicine Park with a commitment to keep the Medicine Park flavor and charm with great amenities, energy saving construction methods and cobblestone accents. These homes include a 14 lot creek side development called "Water Walk" and a 31 lot mountain side development called "Granite Ridge."
McCoy Development built the "Plantation Inn" for the owner, Forrest Ray, creek front properties for General Baxter, "The Branded Bear and General Store" retail space, and remodeled the old Medicine Park Cobblestone School building for much needed in town office space.
Our goals involve improving and developing Medicine Park to attract full time residents and tourists alike, with authentic charm, quality built structures and future building projects.