Break away for your spring adventures in Oklahoma
Start your spring break planning online at TravelOK.com and find all kinds of Oklahoma adventures.
Spring break is in progress across the state. If flying the friendly skies to a faraway theme park or another exotic location isn't on your immediate travel agenda, don't worry. You still have time for a fun getaway with the family.
Budgeting your time and savings can be achieved if you plan a retreat in your home state.
Start your search online at TravelOK.com, the official website of the Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department. The informational site with travel adventure ideas includes some with special offers and package deals. Click the Explore Oklahoma tab on the home page to start your cyber journey for family fun.
State parks beckon
Fresh air and sunshine is always high on our priority list for good health. The link for Oklahoma State Parks is the best bet for planning your escape to nature. The state parks are an economical choice for families of all sizes and age ranges. The parks are located throughout the state, making each location a unique destination.
From the wind-whipped sand dunes of Little Sahara in Waynoka to the cypress trees lining the clear stream of the Lower Mountain Fork River at Beavers Bend near Broken Bow, or the tall grass prairies surrounding the Osage Hills, the parks offer an environmental kaleidoscope to all outdoor enthusiasts.
Some recreational activities include camping, fishing, hiking, bicycling, and equestrian and all-terrain vehicle (ATV) trails. Golfers can choose from seven state park golf courses, and lodges and cabins are available for those who enjoy creature comforts while seeking outdoor adventure. Online booking links on the state parks' home page are available for cabin and lodge room reservations and for booking tee times for golf.
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