Information is coming at us fast and furiously every single day — we are inundated with it. And today, I’m happy to tell you about some of the “good” information from the Oklahoma Department of Tourism and Recreation.
Our new, free 2013 Travel Guide is available and ready to be shipped to you. To get one, go to www.travelok.com/brochures, fill out your information and select the travel information you’d like mailed to you.
The Travel Guide is perfect to have in your car, home or office. Whether you are planning a trip for pleasure or business, or both, the 2013 Travel Guide can help you plan your next adventure.
Broken down into travel regions, you’ll find subjects such as fast facts, tourism information centers, places to stay, things to do, places to eat and more.
“The new official 2013 Oklahoma Travel Guide encourages travelers to get out and experience the many attractions and activities we have across the state," said Deby Snodgrass, executive director of the Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department. "In addition to the Travel Guide, you’ll find nearly 100 free brochures on our website, TravelOK.com. No matter what time of year it is, we hope to inspire year-round Oklahoma getaways with these guides, offered free of charge to the public.”
When ordering, take a moment to look at all the various brochures and guides available to you, filled with valuable and fun information.
You can also find plenty of activities going on during the winter months on www.travelok.com, beginning with one where it’s approximately 82 to 85 degrees year round. Water Zoo Indoor Water Park is in Clinton. And the reaction to the park so far has been amazing. Not only have people from all over the state been venturing to the park, but they’ve received an impressive number of out-of-state visitors.
Life guards are on duty, and you’ll also find the water park to be a one-stop shop with pizza, drinks, snacks — everything you’ll need for a tropical Oklahoma vacation any time during the year.
And if you find yourself bouncing off the walls this winter, I want to tell you about a place where you can, well, literally bounce off the walls! The Elevation Trampoline Park in Edmond has five types of courts. One is for small kids, but its main court has more than 5,000 square feet of nothing but trampolines. It’s larger than a basketball court and has 28 trampolines on the floor along with another 20 on the walls, all the way around.
Dino Lalli is the producer, a reporter and co-host of the weekly TV travel show “AAA’s Discover Oklahoma.”