Enjoy unparalleled entertainment and family-friendly outdoor attractions during a spring break getaway in Oklahoma. Be situated in the heart of waterfront activities at Lake Murray in Ardmore, or embark on wildlife adventures in Lawton. Book a stay at an Oklahoma vacation rental for an unforgettable spring break. Immerse yourself in rich history and culture at one of these destinations in Oklahoma.
Make Lawton your spring break vacation destination and enjoy the wide open spaces and wildlife roaming around at the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge. The refuge is home to free-range buffalo, deer, cattle, and elk that you can admire before getting adventurous at the on-site hiking and biking trails for the day. Make your spring break educational for the kids when touring the Museum of the Great Plains or the Fort Still army fort before expanding your cultural horizons with a concert at the McMahon Memorial Auditorium. Kick up your heels in the evenings when dancing at Oceano Salsa Club and Event Center or The Club Mix.
2. Oklahoma City
Find yourself in the big city with a vacation rental in Oklahoma City where you can enjoy evenings with your friends at Club One 15 or The Bunker Club. When traveling with the kids, head to the Riversport Adventure Park to swim, kayak, or canoe. Feed your cultural needs by attending a musical performance at the Civic Center Music Hall or admire the artwork at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art. Oklahoma City also features the American Banjo Museum where you can see historic artifacts and try your hand at some banjo playing for a toe-tapping good time.
Get active on your spring break when touring the historic city of Bartlesville. A vacation rental in this Oklahoma City gives you access to the Bartlesville Heritage Walking Tour through the downtown area rich with historic architecture. Let the kids explore the biking trails at Osage Hills Park with rentals from Tom’s Bicycles or learn more about the city’s energy giant with a tour of the Phillips Petroleum Company Museum. If you’re into nightlife, grab some bar food and brews from the Solo Club or Angelo’s Tavern.
4. Broken Arrow
Immerse yourself in a town that thrives on history, golf, and outdoor activities when booking a vacation rental in Broken Arrow for spring break. Hike the trails at the Ray Harral Nature Center and enjoy a picnic lunch with friends or family. The golfers in your crew can get in 18 holes at the Forest Ridge Golf Club while the kids can spend an afternoon at the driving and putting range at the Broken Arrow Family Golf Center. Learn more about the artistic side of the city when browsing the galleries in the Rose District or stop in at the city’s train depot for a family photo. The Action Lounge is the perfect spot for the club goers while Smokies Hickory House BBQ is popular with families seeking Southern cuisine.
Action packed adventures await you in Tulsa, a city that houses the Tulsa Air and Space Museum and Planetarium and the Tulsa Zoo. Let the kids feed the goats or see the exotic animals from afar before heading to the Tulsa Aquarium to watch the underwater sea creatures in action. For the adventurous types, hike or bike the Turkey Mountain Urban Wilderness Area and then indulge the artists in your crew with a tour of the Philbrook Museum of Art. The Saturn Room is the best place for adults wanting to sit back and enjoy some beverages in the evening.
Ride horses with Johnson Performance Horses or soak in the equestrian activities at the Hardy Murphy Coliseum when making Ardmore your vacation destination for spring break. This thriving city gives you a chance to kayak, canoe, or fish in Lake Murray or hike the trails of the Lake Murray State Park. Get out on the water with a boat tour sponsored by Lake Murray Water Sports and then head to the Arbuckle Wilderness to give the kids a glimpse of Oklahoma’s wildlife. When hunger strikes, savor some Mexican cuisine at Chevy’s Sports Bar or immerse yourself in the nightlife of the city Bar 115 or the Starlite Club.
Get wet and wild with a trip to Edmond, where you can soak up the sun at the Barnett Field Splash Pad when the temperatures warm up. Edmond offers a unique spring break experience with the Lazy E Arena that hosts live rodeos for all ages. Indulge the history buffs with tours of the Oklahoma Frontier Drugstore Museum right next to the Edmond Historical Society’s headquarters before heading off to happy hour at Eddie’s Bar and Grill or The Patriarch Craft Beer House.
If you enjoy historical adventures, then Norman is the city for you and your friends or family. Start your spring break by walking through the Miller and Chautauqua Historic Districts to see homes dating back to the 1920s. Bike the Lake Thunderbird State Park trails and then stop in at the Sooner Theatre for an entertaining performance. Golfers can practice their swings at the Jimmie Austin Golf Club and the foodies can grab one of the best burgers in the state at The Garage. Stop in at Opie’s House of Spirits for happy hour or enjoy the club scene at the Bluebonnet Bar.
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