Kingston is a town in Marshall County, Oklahoma. Much of Kingston's history is unknown, but it is home to the oldest alumni program in the state of Oklahoma. There used to be several older buildings in Kingston, but they were torn down in the late 80s to make way for the new hardware store and lumberyard. Kingston also has a new multipurpose activity building to the community; it is located on the high school campus. The oldest building in Kingston, which used to serve as the town's bank in the early days, now houses Dee's Creative Corner. Lake Texoma is a well-known recreation spot located in Kingston. Over six million visitors from all over the world come for fishing, boating, camping, hiking, hunting, 4-wheeling, bicycling, horseback riding, golfing and locating fossils of ancient sea creatures in its limestone cliffs every year. There is so much to do in and around Lake Texoma , it's a world-class recreational playground. Naturally-occurring mineral salts in the soil surrounding and under Lake Texoma provide just the right conditions for Striped Bass to spawn and grow naturally to 15-20 lbs at maturity, and that's why Lake Texoma is known as the Striper Capital of The World. It also has more than two dozen marinas with boat slips designed to accommodate sailboats and power boats are available on the shores of Lake Texoma.