Plan your vacation and visit the Broken Arrow that is located in the northeastern part of the State of Oklahoma. This city is known for its beautiful and educational atmosphere such as historical museums, historical sites and Military Museums. They also offer parks, performing arts center, fun festivals and friendly community.
Located in the beautiful 40-acre Ray Harral Nature Park. Come enjoy 3 miles of paved and gravel walking trails, two picnic shelters with tables, char broilers, flowering garden areas, rough nature areas, a suspension walking bridge, and park benches. The new Ray Harral Nature Center opened in July 2009 and has many hands-on displays, live animals, a classroom, and a relaxing deck overlooking the woods.
Located in what was once the heart of Indian Territory, the Broken Arrow Historical Society Museum features several themed and interactive exhibits in unique settings. For example, visitors to the museum will enjoy a genuine and complete, hand-hewn Civil War-era log cabin and a 1930s jail cell.
The Tribal Town exhibit recreates an open air setting with a round house enclosure that tells the story of the Broken Arrow band of Muscogee Creek Indians that gave their name to the modern city. Their story is told from their Alabama beginnings to the Dawes Act and allotment of their lands at the time of statehood. Enjoy soundtracks of Muscogee hymns, stomp dance and flute music.
Recognized for its excellent service, beautiful maintained course and challenging play, Forest Ridge is an award-winning public golf course ranked as one of the Best Places to Play by Golf Digest and the only 4 1/2 star courses in Broken Arrow. This 18-hole course features a full-service pro shop and restaurant. This is a very good activity for the whole family.
Tulsa Warrior Campgrounds offers an Oklahoma welcome to all RV travelers from near and far. After arriving at this RV Park you will enjoy the surroundings of Warrior RV Park. You will find flat, level, and paved sites and free Wi-Fi, as well as a convenient proximity to the many interesting events and culture of Tulsa. A friendly staff and efficiently run park await you during you visit to Oklahoma. There are several nature centers and along the Arkansas River that offer recreation and education. You can also visit the Tulsa Zoo, which has many types of animals. Fishing the many lakes near Tulsa can be a rewarding experience and one the whole family can enjoy. Warrior RV Park is the place to be while you are starting an Oklahoma vacation, working at a nearby establishment, or for in-hospital or medical reasons.
Nestled among a true Southern town full of hospitality and cosmopolitan flavor, Mingo RV Park offers a warm, western welcome to all RV travelers. A friendly staff and a beautifully landscaped park await your arrival. After your long day of traveling, you'll enjoy the peace and quiet of Mingo RV Park. You'll find spacious sites and fun activities, as well as a convenient proximity to the vibrant and diverse culture of Tulsa. Whether you come for the cowboys and classical ballet that Tulsa offers, or you just need a home base while you explore the area, Mingo RV Park is the perfect place to start your Oklahoma vacation. Mingo RV Park offers spacious sites with full hook-ups including water, sewer, 50 amp electric service, and Cable TV. Monthly rates are available. The laundry and shower/restrooms are air conditioned for your comfort. Vending machines including video games and a pool table are available for guests in the beautifully decorated recreation room. Modem hook-up is available in both the office and the recreation room, so you can keep in touch if you wish.
Camp Robson, with large pavilions throughout the property and great views of the lake, is the perfect location for Cub Scout and Webelos Day Camp as well as family picnics, Pack or Troop outings. Each September, more than 5,000 Scout and family members visit the Jack Graves Scout Reservation for Fall Festival.
· Archery Range
· BB Gun Range
· Boat Dock – Canoes and row boats available
· Climbing Wall
· Fishing Pier
· Game Fields
· Hiking Trails
· 9 Pavilions
· Trading Post
· Zip Line
Make your way to the annual Rooster Days Festival in Broken Arrow, one of the oldest festivals in Oklahoma, for a large carnival, a parade, live entertainment and more. Visitors to this fun festival will also enjoy children’s area and 20,000 sq. ft. of arts and crafts. Rooster Days has something for everyone including twirling amusement rides. Enjoy live music throughout Rooster Days Festival, and check out the on-site food vendors for a corn dog, fried ice cream, cotton candy and more tasty treats. The festival kicks off on Friday night with the Rooster Days run, live music in the entertainment pavilion and the opening of the Rooster Days market and carnival rides.
Located in Broken Arrow's Rose District in the downtown area, ShamROCK the Rose is a celebration of all things green and Irish for St. Patrick's Day. Come have fun amidst the shamrocks and shenanigans of the event. There will be live entertainment at the outdoor stage, tasty beers to experience, original artwork from local artists and handcrafted items at vendor stations. The day is complete with green beer and delicious offerings from food trucks in the Tulsa area.
So what are you waiting for? Plan your vacation and visit the awesome city of Broken Arrow! With all the activities that you can choose from, you will definitely enjoy your stay here.
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