Greater Tulsa, Oklahoma, Green Country - Parks and Attractions
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Oklahoma, the Sooner State

Parks & Misc. Attractions
Woolaroc Museum and Wildlife Preserve
- (Woods - Lakes - Rocks) Woolaroc began as Frank Phillips' rustic ranch retreat. (founder of Phillips Petroleum Company)
Attractions: History Area, The Lodge of the Phillips family, Nature Trail, Petting Zoo, Native American Heritage Center, Wildlife Preserve
Woolaroc is located on Hwy 123, 12 miles Southwest of Bartlesville

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Greenleaf State Park
- On 930-acre Lake Greenleaf; the park is located in eastern Oklahoma, south of Muskogee. To reach the park, travel three miles south of Braggs on State Highway10. The park's Nature Center provides programs all year round, including various recreational, naturalist, astronomy and campfire programs.
The park features: 565 park acres, 930-acre lake, 18 mile hiking trail, two short nature trails, mountain bike rentals for the biking trail, large community building, with a kitchen, an enclosed shelter and an open air shelter, 18-hole, fully accessible miniature golf course, swimming pool, 5 camping areas, 178 campsites, many of them lakeside) 15 rustic 1-bedroom cabins fully equipped kitchens, cookware, utensils and linens. The Cabin on the Lake is built specifically for the physically challenged, (Firewood, TV's, VCR's and tapes are available at the park office.); outstanding dining right over the lake, bait, kayak, canoe, paddleboat, party barge, fishing boat rentals, a superb heated dock is open year-round, Horseshoe pits and softball fields are available for your enjoyment. A fully accessible kids fishing pond, wetlands study area and outdoor kiosk has been completed. The kids pond is stocked December through February with trout and stocked occasionally the remainder of the year with bass, catfish and perch. Fishing is allowed for the disabled and kids 16 and under (park trout stamp required during trout season). In cooperation with the Paralyzed Veterans of American and an ODWC grant, the park recently completed work on an accessible fishing pier on Greenleaf Lake which is open all year for fishing at no charge.
Route 1, Box 119 - Braggs, OK 74423
Phone: (918) 487-5196
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Nature Center:
Broken Arrow:
Safaris Exotic Wildlife Sanctuary, (918) 357-3386

Visitors always enjoy a stop at Safaris Exotic Wildlife Sanctuary to get a close-up view of more than 20 lions and tigers, as well as many animals in the petting zoo.
26881 E 58th St, Broken Arrow
Catoosa's Blue Whale (Animal Reptile Kingdom), (918) 266-6042
2705 N Hwy 66, North of Catoosa

Cherokee Casino, Catoosa

Arkansas River Historical Society Museum
at the Tulsa Port of Catoosa, (918) 266-2291

Located in the Catoosa Port Authority Building
5350 Cimarron Rd, Catoosa

Tulsa Port of Catoosa, (918) 266-2291
Completed in 1971 with $21.2 million. The Nation's furthest inland ice-free port, serves as head of navigation for the 445 mile McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System.
5350 Cimarron Road, Catoosa

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Checotah Indian Community Bingo
Claremore Expo Center, (918) 342-5357

Featuring: concerts, trade shows, sports events, receptions, banquets, meetings, show rings for AKC events, equestrian shows, rodeos, livestock events, sales & judgings, tractor pulls, motorcycle, bicycle & monster truck events
400 Veterans Parkway, Claremore

Rogers University Conservation Education Reserve, (918) 341-4147
Open Daily with free admission, the Reserve is a 120 acre natural resource conservation education facility adjacent to the main campus of Rogers University, Claremore

Claremore Museums
Wild West Tours, 800-700-3928

Step back through time as you tour the Wild West area attractions located in nine communities within KAY, OSAGE and PAWNEE counties.
Paintball Land, (918) 371-4044

12731 N 118 E Ave, Collinsville

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Picture in Scripture Amphitheater, Disney
Grand Lake 'O The Cherokee

Grand Lake Casino
Hominy, City of Murals:

White Hair Memorial, (918) 538-2417

The former home of Lillie Morrell Burkheart, the first woman to be nominated to the Osage Tribal Council and a descendant of Chief Pawhuska. Now an Osage Center featuring her ribbonworks and other cultural items. Visit by appointment, Tues-Fri and Saturdays. Closed state holidays. Group tours by arrangement; handicapped accessible. Located 11 miles of Hominy West on SH-20; 1/2 miles South on Blackburn.

Also in Hominy: MKT Depot Center, Murals
Sculptures, Historic Drummond Home
Shady Brook Home, 1904 School House
Marland Oils Building
Rexall Drug Store, Osage Round House
Oklahoma Aquarium, (918) 296-3474

Oklahoma Aquarium, 300 Aquarium Dr; at 96th Street Bridge and Arkansas River, in Jenks
Featuring hundreds of aquatic creatures in over 200 exhibits, the world's largest bullsharks in captivity in a half million gallon exhibit, an entire gallery dedicated to the native fish species in Oklahoma, Marvels & Mysterys of the Deep, sting ray touch tank, $4million Karl and Beverly White National Fishing Tackle Museum, Corkie's Deli & Grille, Gift Shop, and over a million gallons of water! New Ozarks Stream exhibit coming soon. Open daily from 10am-6pm and Tuesdays until 9pm.
McAlester Choctaw Casino
Buffalo Run Casino

High Winds Casino
Honor Heights Park, (918) 684-6302

The original 40 acres of Honor Heights Park was bought by the City of Muskogee for $4,500 in 1909. Since then, the park has grown to 122 acres. Agency Hill was officially named Honor Heights Park in 1919 in honor of the soldiers of WWI.

River Spirit Casino (Creek Nation)
Okmulgee Creek Nation Casino
Will Rogers Dog Iron Ranch, Oologah
(918) 275-4201

Oologah Lake
Owasso Christmas Tree and Berry Farm, (918) 272-9445

U Pick or we pick Blackberries (June); Cut your own or we cut Christmas Trees (Nov-December)
Bill and Paula Jacobs - owners
11039 N 129th East Ave, Owasso

Owasso Parks

Owasso Entertainment
Pocola Choctaw Casino
Roland Cherokee Casino
Sand Springs:
Sand Springs Historical Museum

Osage Million Dollar Elm Casino
Skiatook Lake

Osage Trail
Spans from OSU Tulsa campus to Skiatook

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Big Splash Water Park

at Expo Square; 3901 E 21st Street, between Harvard and Yale, Tulsa

Discoveryland!, (918) 742-5255 or (918) 245-6552
National Home of Rodgers and Hammerstein's "OKLAHOMA!" - 50 talented singers, actors, and dancers perform "Oklahoma" and other productions, in Discoveryland!'s beautiful 2,000 seat outdoor amphitheater.
5529 S Lewis, Tulsa

Expo Square, (918) 744-1113
Entertainment complex: Big Splash Water Park, Exchange Center 1, Exposition Center, livestock facilities, the Pavilion, Fair Meadows, live and simulcast horse racing, Drillers Baseball Stadium, the Tulsa State Fair, and Microtel Hotel.
15th & 21st, AND Harvard & Yale, Tulsa

Kaleidoscope Children's Museum, (918) 340-5252
Features: interactive & fun learning experience, book Birthday Parties, Parties, School Field Trips, Summer Camps
6202 S Sheridan Road, Tulsa

Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame, (918) 596-1002
Oxley Nature Center, (918) 669-6644
An 800 acre wildlife reserve featuring a variety of plants and wildlife, nature trails, and special tours. The visitor center has a working beehive and several plant and animal exhibits.
Located in Mohawk Park, 1665 acres which features numerous picnic shelters, boating, horseback riding trails, fishing, golfing, playground, a 9 mile trail, bicycling and hiking. A rodeo arena, The Tulsa Zoo, and Mohawk Golf Course are also located inside the park.
North of Tulsa, 2 miles west of Catoosa, just south of Owasso, at 46th St. North & Sheridan Rd: 6700 E Mohawk Blvd, Mohawk Park, Tulsa -- Phone: (918) 596-7275

Red Bud Valley Nature Preserve, (918) 669-6644
80 acres; 1-mi trail loops through three distinct habitats and an exposed limestone formation with caves and springs; Wed-Sun 8-5; 3 1/2 miles N of I-44 on 161 East Avenue, Tulsa

River Parks Authority, (918) 596-2001
717 S Houston, Tulsa

Sinfonia, (918) 488-0396
Performances held at Tulsa Community College, Tulsa

Tulsa Convention Center, (918) 596-7177
Hosts concerts, religious events, rodeos, wrestling, banquets, business meetings, basketball events, and the Oilers Hockey team.
6th Street and Houston Ave, Tulsa

Tulsa County Parks, 5(918) 96-7177
Includes Golf, tennis, baseball/softball, soccer, trails, community ce ters, gardens, parks and recreation areas.
AND our River Parks

Tulsa Boat, Sport and Travel Show, (Jan-Feb)
featuring Twiggy, the world's only water-skiing squirrel!

Tulsa Performing Arts Center, (918) 596-2525
(Tulsa Ballet and Tulsa Opera)
3rd and Cincinnati Ave, Tulsa

Brady Theater, 918-58-BRADY (910-582-7239)
105 West Brady Street, Tulsa

Midwestern Theater Troupe and Nightingale Theater

Historic Sites of Tulsa

Tulsa Oktoberfest: mid OCT

Tulsa Route 66 Festival: JUNE

Tulsa State Fair: end of SEPT

Theatre Tulsa, (918) 587-8402

207 N Main, Tulsa

Woodward Park, (918) 596-7275
21st Street & Peoria, Tulsa

Tulsa Zoo, (918) 669-6200
Mohawk Park, 5701 E 36th Street North, Tulsa

Grand Lake Casino

Tulsa Creek Nation Casino


Eastern Trails Museum, (918) 256-2115

Historical and pioneer artifacts; Mon-Sat 1:30-4pm; 215 W Illinois, Vinita
Vinita Attractions

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