Step Into Christmas
Holiday cheer, inflatables, lights, shopping, music and even Santa will help get you in the spirit with a visit to the Castle of Muskogee.
Scare in the Air
From fun to not for the faint of heart, there is something for every age and loads for families to do during the Halloween Festival at the Castle of Muskogee.
Autumn is Upon Us
Take an adventure through Oklahoma and discover festivals and events that will satisfy fall cravings for plump pumpkins, spooky happenings and old-fashioned fall fun.
Feel Like Getting Trippy?
Looking to get out of Tulsa for the weekend? We have six tips for day trips on a single tank of gas and seven ways to get there. So buckle up. It’s going to be a memorable ride.
Coming Up Roses
Whether you are looking to find a great outfit, a dinner spot or an exciting show, Broken Arrow’s Rose District has it all with a beautiful and walkable aesthetic.
Camping is the ideal summer activity, but the logistics can be daunting. Do I have the right gear? Do I have all the capacity to stay safe? We've got ace advice for a better trip.
Moved by the Music
OK Mozart attendees are sure to swoon to styles they adore and fall in love with new genres they have yet to explore.
Whole Lotta History
Explore the creative and historical soul of Oklahoma in detour-worthy museums, some housed in spectacular historic spaces and others built from scratch by renowned architects.
Yearning for Yesteryear
Dedicated to recreating historical times with traditional food, drink, costumes and entertainment, Muskogee’s Renaissance Festival features plenty for the entire family.
Let the Good Times Roll
The roller rink is making a comeback offering plenty for skating enthusiasts, roller derby dames, the fitness focused, good-time seekers and birthday boys and girls.
During the month-long Azalea Festival in Muskogee, view beautiful azaleas, breathtaking tulips blooming in so many clusters of color, as well as cascading wisteria gardens.
A pair of boots and a pair of wheels — that’s all you need to connect with nature and yourself. The natural landscape in Green Country is a postmarked invitation to hit the trail.
To celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, you don’t need a four-leaf clover to participate. And you don’t necessarily have to empty your wallet of its green to have a great time.
Fall in love again … with the great outdoors. It's as easy as a walk in Mohawk Park and a visit to the Oxley Nature Center.
The wide-open spaces and breathtaking scenery in Oklahoma’s state parks present the perfect backdrop to enjoy favorite winter activities such as hiking, camping and animal watching.
Train Kept a Rollin’
Bundle up in pajamas, robe and slippers and take your family on a magical adventure to the North Pole to meet Santa Claus and his elves via the Polar Express.
Fall Foliage Getaways
We’ve found seven serene places perfect for taking advantage of this fall time, when the summer’s heat begins to dwindle.
Between the glow of the Midway, deep-fried delights, and the promise of fall in the air, the Tulsa State Fair is far more than just old-fashioned fun.
Ghouls’ Night Out
The Halloween Festival of thrills and chills brings the fun and the fear every Friday and Saturday throughout October at the Castle of Muskogee.
Flair for Scare
Perfect for Halloween or anytime you want a dose of fright, these eerie attractions deliver goosebumps, treats, spooky stories and, if you’re lucky, a glimpse of Oklahoma’s famous ghosts.
American Jam Stand
Relax on the Illinois River with some of Oklahoma’s top country and folk musicians in a non-festival setting.
Singing a Different Tune
With three stages featuring all genres of music, Claremore’s festival offers plenty of ear candy, entertainment, shopping and of course, world-class chili.
Water You Waiting For?
Breathtaking views, serene swimming beaches and endless thrills are just a few of the things awaiting you at Grand Lake. But water isn’t the only reason it’s so popular with visitors.
Cardboard boats, powered by imagination and just the right amount of duct tape, try to stay afloat while raising money for needy children during the River Rumba Regatta.
Hitting the Right Notes
Opening its doors in 2009 with 1,500 seats, the Performing Arts Center is on a mission to bring the world of visual and performing arts to Broken Arrow.
Fun in the Sun
The hottest season of the year is all about enjoying the outdoors, cooling off and keeping the children from driving you nuts. This list will have you bouncing from one activity to the next.
A View to a Thrill
Woolaroc’s scenic 3,700 acres are home to over 30 species of wildlife, a lodge constructed in 1925, museum and tomahawk throwing lessons.
Music to OK’s Ears
A multi-day music festival with professional orchestra musicians, concert artists and musical performances of artistic excellence, OK Mozart also promotes international cultural exchange.
Past Plays On
Journey to an age of kings, queens and knights while being mesmerized as magicians, jugglers, musicians, dancers, acrobats and jousters thrill and delight you.
Cumin’ Atcha Live
The rock rarely stops over Memorial Day Weekend as nearly 70,000 descend on Pryor to get their head-banging fix at Rocklahoma.
Something to Crow About
Rock out with the rooster in Broken Arrow at Rooster Days, Oklahoma’s oldest festival, running continuously since 1931.
Take It Outside
The weather is warming up, everything is turning green and the days are getting longer, so you can do more in one day. Shed your winter coat and enjoy the spring season.
Drawing record crowds, Muskogee’s Azalea Festival not only highlights the beauty of nature in spring, but also plays host to a parade, a variety of food vendors and more.
Experience sacred American Indian traditions and view authentic cultural displays at top Native American museums, cultural centers and attractions in Oklahoma.
Get Your Green On
Green Country’s hottest bars, nightlife districts and area communities are pulling out all the stops to make this St. Patrick’s Day the greenest yet.
Countless families flock to the wonder of holiday light displays to rejoice in time-honored family traditions and embrace the magic of a countryside enveloped in twinkling lights.
A little bit of snow (yeah, we can all dream), a lot of hot chocolate and an abundance of Christmas cheer make parades a fantastic way to ring in the holiday season.
Scare If You Dare
All the fearsome fiends, vicious villains and a handful of the friendly variety come out to play when the Castle of Muskogee’s doors open for the Halloween Festival.
Take an autumn adventure through Oklahoma and discover time-honored events that will satisfy fall cravings for plump pumpkins, frightfests and old-fashioned fall shenanigans.
Hankering for Haunts?
Discover three locations that are persistently rumored to be some of the most haunted places in Oklahoma.
Eufaula, Grand and Tenkiller are some of the state’s largest lakes—and among its biggest outdoor attractions—but water isn’t the only reason they’re so popular with visitors.
When Camping Calls
Whether you choose to set up camp at a state park or prefer the rush of camping in the wild, being smarter than the average bear can heavily factor into whether your experience is your last.
Here Comes Summer
The Oklahoma sun shines proudly overhead, watermelon is ripe for the picking and the lakes are full—summer is here and it’s time to celebrate.
Whether you tackle a specific route or let the open road guide your adventure, travelers will find great destinations for RVs in Oklahoma. But before you hit the road, check out our tips.
Wet and Wild
The Illinois River in Tahlequah offers a gentle, moderate current and plenty of canoe, kayak and raft outfitters along its scenic banks, making it a favorite float trip destination.
All in a Knight's Work
Prepare to make merry and witness some of the greatest displays of beauty, grandeur and goofiness at the 19th annual Oklahoma Renaissance Festival.
Get Your Kicks
Begin your east to west journey along Oklahoma’s 400 miles of Route 66 with these offerings found between Miami and Tulsa.
Mountain in the Middle
Crowded with roots and rocks, blessed with views of the Arkansas River, and basically untouched by humanity in general, Turkey Mountain is a treasure worth discovering.
The Rites of Spring
Who said you have to wait until summer to have fun? Spring’s welcome arrival and Muskogee activities—including the Azalea Festival—have a way of making everything look a little brighter.
Gathering of Tribes
Stunning colors, vivid regalia, dramatic movement and traditions highlight the spiritual ceremony of the powwow. They can also provide sanctuary for people of all cultures.
As the chilly veil of winter spreads across the plains, hundreds of bald eagles make their way to northeastern Oklahoma.