Oklahoma Vacation Package

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Oklahoma Vacation Package2023-02-23T11:59:00-05:00

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Travelkatz will put together an Oklahoma Vacation Package custom tailored just for you. We handle all aspects of your trip so you can sit back, relax and enjoy. We provide three options for every state in the USA. If you have any questions or concerns please don’t hesitate in contacting us.



Alabama Military: Alabama is a southeastern U.S. state that’s home to significant military landmarks and events from the Civil War, World War I and World War II, all the way through history to space travel.

U.S. Veterans Memorial Museum: This Museum is operated by the Alabama Center of Military History and is dedicated to promoting and disseminating the accomplishments of American military men and women. The emphasis is on participants of World War I and subsequent conflicts. The survivors and families can use the Museum facilities to reminisce on their own experiences and those of parents, grandparents, and other close relatives. There are displays – more than 30 historical military vehicles from World War I to the present, as well as tableaus, artifacts, and other memorabilia dating back to the Revolutionary War. Supporting organizations include the 19th Alabama Infantry which sponsors exhibits from 18th and 19th Century conflicts, and the 8th Air Force Historical Society, which sponsors a Bomb Group briefing room. Both organizations support ‘living history’ presentations on many Saturdays. At the Museum is a reference library, in addition to published material such as the Seventh Army After Action Report from World War II. The library offers written and oral reminiscences of Alabama veterans. In this vein, veterans and their families are invited to send written material or audio cassette tapes to the Museum for inclusion in the library. A narrative by the veteran, or an interview by a relative, will provide a legacy of the contribution. The Museum welcomes the participation of military and veterans’ groups and individuals in making this a valued educational piece of history in Huntsville.

USS ALABAMA Battleship Memorial Park: At this Battleship Memorial Park, you don’t have to look very far to find heroes. From the Battleship USS ALABAMA to the Submarine USS DRUM and over 25 aircraft, the spirit of military pride is alive and well. Aboard the battleship you will be able to explore 12 decks. Among those, you can climb inside gun turrets, get locked in the Brig, man a 12mm gun and much more. Also at the park, you will be able to go below and explore the oldest Submarine on display, the USS DRUM. In the Medal of Honor Aircraft Pavilion as well as in the park, you will be able to view many rare and historic aircraft. A few in the collection include a A-12 Blackbird Spy Plane, OS2U Kingfisher, F-86L Sabre Jet, and B-52 Bomber, just to name a few. While in the pavilion, don’t forget to take a ride on the Flight Simulator and experience flight without ever leaving the ground. It’s an unforgettable experience for the entire family. All tours are self-guided. Allow approx. 2.5 hours to really see what it was like to be on this battleship when on active duty in Mobile.

United States Army Aviation Museum: The U.S. Army Aviation Museum maintains a collection of over 160 military aircraft, including one of the largest collections of military helicopters in the world. Approximately 50 beautifully restored, historic, and one-of-a-kind aircraft are proudly displayed both inside the Museum exhibit space and outside on the grounds. The collection includes many significant examples of early research efforts and developments in rotary wing technology and the evolution of the helicopter. Represented is the Army’s involvement in military aviation from the Wright brothers, the early combat aircraft of WW I, and today’s technological machines such as the AH-64 Apache and the UH-60 Blackhawk. You’ll find this in Ft Rucker.

The U.S. Space & Rocket Center (USSRC): This is a Smithsonian Affiliate and the Official Visitor Center for NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center. On Display, they have one of the largest collections of rockets and space memorabilia anywhere in the world. Guests journey through America’s Space Race and NASA’s plan to put man on the moon. Witness the development of the space shuttle program and the International Space Station, get a glimpse of the future in commercial space ventures, and the latest technological innovations. The Rocket Center regularly features traveling exhibits from around the world. Also, enjoy daily films on the 67-foot screen in Huntsville’s only full-dome IMAX® Theater or in the 52-foot, high-definition screen in the National Geographic Theater. Finally, plan a ride on the motorcoach tour of Redstone Arsenal, headquarters to the Army Material Command and home of NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center. Travel to Huntsville to enjoy.

Crooked Creek Civil War Museum: This is a must see if you are a Civil War buff. It’s small but it makes this time in our history come alive in Vinemont.

Travelkatz is waiting to hear from you so we can make the history of our country come alive. Call us at 352-277-7300.


Oklahoma Gardens

Oklahoma Gardens: Oklahoma is a state in the South-Central region of the United States. There are several interesting points along Route 66 that are unique to that route.  Call TravelKatz at 352-277-7300 if a Route 66 vacation is on your mind.  Otherwise, come to Oklahoma to enjoy these beautiful gardens!

Myriad Botanical Gardens: These Gardens cover over 17-acres as a botanical garden and interactive urban park. The Garden is home to multiple tiers of densely landscaped areas that surround a sunken lake. Offering visitors a natural escape, the Gardens are free and open to the public. The spacious grounds feature seasonal activities and events such as spring bulb displays, concerts and movies, classes, annual children’s festivals and more. The Garden offers indoor and outdoor venue spaces for weddings, receptions, and other community events. Spaces include ornamental gardens, an outdoor ice rink in the winter, water features, off-leash dog park, classic carousel, and a children’s garden and playground with adaptive equipment. The Crystal Bridge Tropical Conservatory will be open in November which will be beautiful and worth the wait. You will find this special garden in the heart of Oklahoma City.

Honor Heights Park: In 1909, the City of Muskogee purchased the original 40 acres of Honor Heights Park for $4,500. Agency Hill was officially named Honor Heights Park in 1919 in honor of the soldiers of World War I. This Park is known for its azaleas and hosts the annual Azalea Festival each April.  It features Symphony in the Park in June.  It also includes the Conard Rose Garden, the Harrell Arboretum, Art Johnson Memorial Dogwood Collection, Elbert L. Little, Jr. Native Tree Collection, floral gardens, white garden, and the Memorial Amphitheater.  It features three trails: the Henry Bresser Nature Trail, the Audubon Trail, and the half-mile Stem Beach Trail, as well as picnic areas, picnic shelters, a pavilion, a gift shop, gazebos, and public restrooms. The park is home to sports areas such as fishing in 5 lakes and ponds from the shore or fully accessible fishing docks, a playground and splash pad, open play areas, and three tennis courts. The Papilion Butterfly House is open daily Mother’s Day Weekend through the end of September.  In November and December, the park becomes the Garden of Lights when the azaleas, with trees and other shrubbery, are covered with over 1.2 million shimmering lights.  In addition to its gardens, the Five Civilized Tribes Museum within the park is dedicated to the art and history of the five different tribes in the area.  The museum is housed in an 1875 Indian Agency building. This must-see park is in Muskogee.

Washington Irving Memorial Park and Arboretum: These 32 acres of public park and arboretum is located just north of the Arkansas River. The park is named in honor of American writer Washington Irving, who camped in the area in October 1832 while participating in a federal expedition to the American West led by Judge Henry L. Ellsworth of Connecticut. The expedition included a 31-day, 350-mile circular tour of central Oklahoma.  Irving became interested in the country’s efforts for westward expansion and his experiences in Oklahoma included scouting for prairie hens, hunting wolves, and trading with members of the Osage Nation.  He wrote of his experiences in Tour of the Prairies which was published in 1835 and was well received. The park contains a wooded walking trail, the Laci Dawn Griffin Hill butterfly garden, and memorial to the children of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building bombing and to the September 11, 2001, attacks. This historic Park is found in Bixby.

Cann Memorial Botanical Gardens: This Garden was donated to Ponca City by the Cann family with the stipulation that it would be maintained as a memorial garden for the residents of the city to enjoy.  Workshops and seminars are held in the magnificent two-story prairie home. Renovations were completed in 1977, including 2,500 feet of brick walkways. Visitors may stroll under a wisteria arbor, past a gazebo, around a lily pond, and through beds of perennials, herbs, and annuals. More than 70 species of trees have been planted as well. The garden is open to visitors at no charge and found in Ponca City.

TravelKatz would love to plan a vacation to Oklahoma for you and your family. Call us at 352-277-7300 or visit online to www.travelkatz.com.


Oklahoma State Parks:

Oklahoma State Parks –  Also known informally by its nickname, “The Sooner State“, in reference to the non-Native settlers who staked their claims on land before the official opening date of lands in the western Oklahoma Territory or before the Indian Appropriations Act of 1889.  This increased the European-American settlement in the eastern Indian TerritoryOklahoma Territory and Indian Territory were merged into the State of Oklahoma when it became the 46th state to enter the union in 1907.  Oklahoma has 50 State Parks, 3 State Fish Hatcheries, and 2 State Wildlife Management Areas.

Lake Thunderbird State Park- Many people consider this park “home away from home” where you can go hunting waterfowl/bow deer, bike ride, camp, trail walk and fishing or just hanging out. Horse riding trails, hiking trails, numerous docks for both launching boats, and separate docks for fishing are available. For a first-time visitor, or someone wanting to enjoy the peaceful and serene aspects of the lake then visit during the off season as the lake can be a bit of a hot spot for folks looking to fish, and swim along with other water activities. But if that is your kind of scene then the weekend would be the best time to visit! This Park is a great place to spend a beautiful day and is found near Norman.

Central State Park– This Park is just beautiful with many campsites right on the lake. You can stay in a primitive camp site with paved parking and a table at each site – there are 30-40 primitive sites. There is a great view of the lake from the campsite area. There is drinking water in less than 100 feet away and clean toilet areas. Campers are allowed to use the showers a short drive away in the RV campground. At a price of $15.20, this was a bargain. RV sites with some or full service is around $26 – $35. The park attendants at the entrance are very friendly and provided lots of information on the park and area. With a location so close to Oklahoma City, it was very surprising how secluded this park feels. Found in the town of Edmond.

Red Rock Canyon Adventure Park– This Red Rock Canyon Adventure Park can be part of Oklahoma’s Route 66 adventure. The canyon itself is a surprise that suddenly just appears, and it is breathtaking. The campground is broken into several small and intimate camping areas which makes for a really nice experience without feeling crowded. There are many areas for day use, climbing, swimming, hiking, etc. You might get to spent time talking with the owners, they have a deep love for the park and have some great plans, so a second stay will be well worth it. The beautiful trails and the service of the staff is amazing. This Park is found in Hinton.

Fort Cobb State Park- This State Park has many campsites from full hookups to tent sites. The bathrooms are old but decent with well-groomed sites; some paved, some gravel. There is no TV signal but three bar Internet. This is a great place for fishing, biking and hiking and is open year-round. The 4,000-acre lake has swimming, boating & camping plus mini-mart, eatery & tackle shop. Found in the town of Fort Cobb.

Roman Nose State Park, Lodge & Golf Course– What a great Oklahoman treasure. The golf course is challenging from the blues, enjoyable for a beginner from the reds. The course is laid out within the park canyons and is unique. The people working there, both at the lodge and the pro shop, are very friendly. The lodge rooms are clean and modern. The food at the Soggy Bottom restaurant has delicious, unique details, like their deep pan cooked breakfast. The kayaking on the lake is great and make some time for some amazing hiking. You can rent boats from the general store where you can also buy mining kits for the kids to sift through at a little mining station they have. Found in Watonga.

TravelKatz is looking forward to making a special vacation for you and your family and friends to Oklahoma.  Please call us at 352-277-7300 or “chat” at www.travelkatz.com



Oklahoma Museums:

Oklahoma Museums – This is a state in the South-Central region of the US, bordered by 6 states – Texas, Kansas, Missouri, Arkansas, New Mexico, and Colorado. There are museums featuring Route 66 as well as Native American history. Join us while we travel through Oklahoma.

Woolaroc Museum & Wildlife Preserve: The Frank Phillips Ranch was founded in 1925 and the Woolaroc Museum had a humble beginning four years later in 1929. The 3,700-acre wildlife preserve is home to more than 30 varieties of native and exotic animals and birds. It is a working ranch that maintains the animals for the enjoyment of the guests in a natural, protected setting. The Woolaroc Museum presents one of the world’s most unique collections of Western art and artifacts; Native American pottery, baskets, beads, blankets and cultural art; historical displays; and one of the most complete collections of Colt firearms. Guests can also tour the Lodge, which was used as a place for Frank Phillips to entertain his friends and maintain business relationships. The Lodge abounds with tales of the parties, business events and wilder goings-on. This place makes a great day trip! There are wild animals roaming the property as you drive through to the museum. The artwork alone is worth the trip! And so many artifacts and history in every room! Take your time and soak it all in. Do not miss the basement where there are relics of early oil production and lots of firearms displays. You will learn things about the old west that you never learned in school. This unique museum is in Bartlesville.

SKELETONS: Museum of Osteology: This museum is “America’s Only Skeleton Museum”. The Museum is a unique educational experience. Focusing on the form and function of the skeletal system, this 7000 sq. ft. museum displays hundreds of skulls and skeletons from all corners of the world. Exhibits include adaptation, locomotion, classification and diversity of the vertebrate kingdom. Do not let the size of the building fool you. It is packed full of interesting displays, information and scavenger hunts for the kids. The staff is very helpful and knowledgeable too. You will find this museum in Oklahoma City.

Will Rogers Memorial Museum: This museum is a wonderful experience and is a great tribute to his life. The tour guides are superb. They basically follow along and throw in tidbits of information as you view the displays, if you ask questions, they are a wealth of information. Each area and exhibit have a QR image that opens on your smartphone giving a short explanation of the items or display you are viewing. The memorabilia is great. The first room shows ornately carved saddles from different countries and authentic western saddles. Young people will benefit from the humor, especially the way he poked fun at politicians. You will find this museum in Claremore.

Oklahoma Route 66 Museum: This Museum is the creme-de-la-creme of Route 66 Museums, incorporating a depth of insight into the meaning of the Mother Road for so many Americans during the great population shift of the 30’s. The photographic collection is priceless, the written narratives are fascinating. This is a museum dedicated to making you feel the importance of this highway to new beginnings. From the history, to the roadside icons, to the diners, the cars, to the people who traveled the road, you will find out a lot of information from their displays. They have a nice gift shop too. In one area you can watch film that puts you back into that time. “Cookie lend me your comb…” This museum is worth some time here in Clinton.

Vintage Sewing Center And Museum: It is hands on, and you get to try out many different machines. They have a kid’s room with small machines and tables exactly right for them. It is amazing to see all the various brands and types of machines. The staff are welcoming and knowledgeable. If you grew up sewing, you must see this place; it is so interesting and is doing a great job keeping sewing alive with the young people. It is also easily accessed from I-40 in Tulsa.

TravelKatz will be happy to make Oklahoma a vacation to remember. Just call us at 352-277-7300 or “chat” on www.vacationnationradio.com.




Oklahoma Festivals along with Route 66 entertainment are sure to bring you to Oklahoma faster than you thought.  TravelKatz will happily plan your next vacation to Oklahoma; give us a call at 352-277-7300. Don’t forget the Cherokee Nation and other interesting places along the way.

2nd Annual Oklahoma Book Festival: Join us for a fun-filled day celebrating books, authors, poets, illustrators, and readers. This Book Festival will take place at the Boathouse District in Oklahoma City in September! This FREE event welcomes book-lovers young and old for a day of educational adventure. Meet more than 90 of America’s finest literary talent.  Listen to panel discussions and presentations. Buy a book and get an “authorgraph” by the author. Bring the kids for children’s story-time and craft activities. Experience live entertainment. Enjoy the food trucks. Browse the vendor booths and merchandise. Discover new books, writers and illustrators. The Boathouse District, Oklahoma City.

Plaza District Festival: In celebration of the revitalized District, the Plaza District Association holds this Festival each fall. The highlights feature a wide array of Oklahoma’s own performing artists, visual artists, live musicians and children’s activities. The festival is open to the public and draws audiences from across Oklahoma City and the surrounding areas and offers the surrounding neighborhoods an arts festival right in the heart of their community. Artist booths line NW 16th Street in a festive display of Oklahoma creativity. A great place to shop for the holidays Plaza District, Oklahoma City.

Oklahoma Regatta Festival: This three-day celebration of rowing, kayaking, dragon boating, whitewater rafting and family fun includes the Oklahoma City University Head of the Oklahoma race, the OKC Night Sprints, and a family festival featuring food trucks, and a front row seat for all the racing – and the Riversport Adventures! Spectators are invited to bring a lawn chair or blanket to enjoy racing on the Oklahoma River, then check out the action at Riversport Rapids and Adventures. Admission is free. Parking is $10 and benefits the programs of the nonprofit OKC Boathouse Foundation. Riversport Adventures OKC; Fri – Sun early October.

Oklahoma City Girls Day Out:  It will host an array of vendors selling everything from handmade jewelry to boutique items and much more. Admission: $5. on Sun, Oct 13 Finally, a fun time for us girls!

Pumpkinville: One of the most treasured fall traditions in Oklahoma City will be at the Myriad Botanical Gardens. The popular Children’s Garden transforms a pumpkin town featuring thousands of pumpkins, hundreds of gourds, a variety of fall foliage and tons of fun activities. The cost to attend is FREE for members or $8 per person. Children 2 and under are free. Includes admission to Pumpkinville and Mo’s Carousel. More than 16,000 pumpkins fill the Children’s Garden along with imaginative displays, creative crafts and fun games that celebrated the fall season. Visitors can enjoy riding the Pumpkinville Express Train, Paint-A-Pumpkin, ride the Carousel at the Myriad Gardens, enjoy harvest-themed vendors and other activities that are held onsite as part of the festivities. Children’s Garden Oct 4 – 20.

7th Annual Wiggle Out Loud: OKC’s Free Family Music Festival: Join us on Sunday, October 20th!  We’ll have a fresh, diverse lineup of musicians and performers ready to bring the energy! In addition to awesome live music, we will have engaging activities, a delicious variety of food trucks and more fun that the whole family can enjoy! Oklahoma City.

OKC Holiday Shopping Extravaganza: This Holiday Extravaganza will be held on November 10. Enjoy live music by Heartbreak Rodeo. Come start your holiday shopping.  Hosted are local Oklahoma businesses, delicious food, photos with Santa and Mrs. Claus, and much more. Free parking. Admission $4 for ages 12 and up. Oklahoma City; Hours: 11am-5pm.

Give Travelkatz a call at 352-277-7300 and we will make a great family vacation for you in Oklahoma.  Don’t forget about partnering this vacation with a possible Route 66 vacation.




Tulsa is a city on the Arkansas River, in the U.S. state of Oklahoma. It’s known for its art deco architecture, mostly in the central Deco District. Landmarks like the Philcade and Philtower buildings reflect a 20th-century construction boom fueled by the prosperous local oil industry. The Philbrook Museum of Art is housed in an Italianate villa that was once the home of a local oil magnate.

Philbrook Museum of Art: The expansive villa is stunning and very well kept up. The museum has several permanent collections and some visiting ones. The grounds are stunning and well worth strolling through. if you want a guided tour, it’s 2pm during weekdays. Take your time to stroll through the rooms on all three levels but especially linger at the gardens and waterfalls, gazing into the koi pond at the bottom near the famous gazebo. Take lots of pictures but no flash photography inside. You never know what will come to the Philbrook. That’s just bonus! It’s a beautiful mansion turned museum. The art that resides here IS priceless. The gardens are picturesque. We recommend the Kitchen 27 which is a comfortable, casual restaurant. The food is good.  The Vietnamese chicken salad which is very flavorful and light.

The Cave House: The house itself was amazing and I was shocked by the upstairs – it was so cool! While the house was amazing the true gem was Linda the owner/tour guide. She has done thousands of hours of research on the house, neighborhood and Tulsa. Her stories are wonderful about people who lived in the homes and nearby. Linda’s decoration and design choices were unique and perfect for the house. We recommend an afternoon with Linda’s stories to anyone…and the house is fun to see as well! Well worth the time!

Woody Guthrie Center: The Center was very informative and well laid out. Even if you are familiar with Woody Guthrie you will learn quite a bit. The virtual reality experience of the dust bowl storm was also great. Everyone loves all the interactive displays and seeing the original hand-written lyrics to “This Land Is Your Land” is cool. We couldn’t recommend this museum enough, for fans of Woody, and those just beginning to learn. You will also see clothing and instruments from the Byrds, Johnny Cash, Elvis, Roy Rogers and others. This museum is not just great for learning about Woody Guthrie, his progenitors and musical influences, and those who came after him like Bob Dylan, but also provides insight in the social conditions that shaped him: the Great Depression, the Dust Bowl, progressive politics and populism. And anyone just interested in Oklahoma history will enjoy this museum dedicated to one of Oklahoma’s most famous sons. It is good for kids because it is interactive. And in this multimedia age, it has pictures, sounds, video, artifacts and commentary to engage viewers of all ages.

Mary K. Oxley Nature Center: There are a lot of trails and you can walk through the marsh areas. There is an elevated platform for viewing at the large lake. Some trails may be mucky if there have been recent rains, so wear appropriate footwear. The nature center building itself is great with knowledgeable and friendly staff. All the trails are beautiful and well maintained. I suggest you get a trail map at the main building and leave a donation.

Discovery Lab -Tulsa Children’s Museum: They have a very realistic showcase of dinosaurs found in the OK and TX areas! They also have a giant room full of kids’ science learning, playing and very cool climbing tunnels made from tape! The place is in a warehouse, so it is very simple. The experiments were fun to watch. There seems to be a lot to do for all ages even for toddlers.

Flights from Tampa to Tulsa are direct.  Call Travelkatz at 352-277-7300 and we will put a very special vacation together for you and yours.




The word Oklahoma combines the Choctaw words ukla (person) and huma (red). Oklahoma City, meanwhile, started out as little more than a railway stop, established in 1887 and called Oklahoma Station. In 1889, when white settlers began moving in, people started calling the settlement Oklahoma City. The city officially adopted the name Oklahoma City in 1923.

State Capitol: The capitol complex area is interesting and the History Museum, Governor’s Mansion is all within easy walking. Good gift shop / Travel Info. But the capitol building is under renovations for some time in the future. The tour guides do their best to explain what you are missing because of the renovations and do a great at explaining the history and facts of Oklahoma and the Capitol so it is still worthwhile going on a tour.

Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum: The Oklahoma City bombing memorial. WOW. The most beautiful memorial. So well thought out. So sweet. So moving. There is a person there in uniform explaining what was where and what happened that fateful day as well as what happened to the 2 attackers. Interesting and historic! A must see! It takes you to the event before the incident throughout the criminal trial. Go early when they open to beat the crowds and then come back to get pics of the outside memorial when lights are lit. The memorial lights are incredible.

National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum: This museum has cowboy history, relevance of how Hollywood impacted American’s fascination with cowboy and even the civil war. The history of the Native American is well done. Over all it’s a good museum and a good way to spend the afternoon. Most enjoyable exhibits for most are the old town replica, the movie photography and the western actors exhibit. The Western art and Native American collections are amazing. Information presented is comprehensive. This is probably the best collection of western art in the country. Room after room of beautiful paintings and statures by artists such as Remington.

Museum of Osteology: The name should be Museum of Fish and Animal Skeletons, which is what it is. A surprisingly interesting place. The centerpiece is a complete suspended whale skeleton (it was brought from Nantucket where it had washed ashore dead. There are also snakes, small rodents, large predators, just about anything. This museum was started as a hobby by the owner when he was a young boy…he would get dead animals and clean the bones and reassemble. He has a very interesting story on how the bones are cleaned etc. It is very much worth a visit! You would think it would be creepy, but the approach of the museum is geared toward science and education. At the entrance, you’ll see the insects at work cleaning bones. Quizzes are provided for different ages to create a scavenger hunt for information found in the exhibits.

 Science Oklahoma Museum: This is a good place for kids of all ages. This is a very big place with so much stuff in it! It offers many activities to spark the imagination of children and adults alike. Their new Curio City exhibit is an amazing array of zany things! it looks like it was built with old things that no one wanted. You can splash in the water, dig for dinosaur bones, star in a play, or test your physics skills at the carnival. Whether you want to just be indoors to beat the heat or explore everything science has to offer, everyone can find something to do at Science Museum Oklahoma.

Will Rogers Park: HUGE park with breathtaking landscaping. From the gardens, which looked like botanical gardens as seen in England, to the elegant walkways with statues, the arbor, the pond, and the look-outs, you may have trouble taking it all in. The flowers are dazzling. Can’t believe that entire place, on par with lots of botanical gardens and it is free and open to the public. Giant koi fish in the ponds as well as ducks and geese. You can even see some cranes and other wildlife while there. Great walking trails. This park is beautiful even in the winter.

Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark: If you love Baseball then you need to go see the Oklahoma Dodgers play at Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark. They are a triple A affiliate of the Los Angeles Dodgers. This park is a first-class venue. Statues of Mickey Mantle and Johnny Bench grace the outside grounds. Seating is awesome no matter where you sit. There is two levels of VIP suites. The food choices are really good and not badly priced for a ballpark. They also have a great team shop that sell a wide array of shirts and other items. Just pack up the family and head to Bricktown and go to that Game. It is great family fun. Go early and eat in Bricktown.

Centennial Land Run Monument: These grounds are on the edge of Bricktown and next to Bass Pro. First off, this is a huge, multi-pieced sculpture. It is long and very life like. You can movement in the sculptures even though they are still. It’s a great place to take pictures, that is for sure. When in OKC do not miss this.

There are direct flights from TPA to Will Rogers Airport so give us a call and we will get you there is style.  352-277-7300.



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