After taking in all of the unique turn-of the century arts and crafts, candle-makers, lace crafters, musical attractions, quilt displays, handmade wood items and yummy food, you might have to stay in the park a day or two longer to relax. During the festival, children stay entertained by the furry animals at the petting zoo and by listening to wild tales spun by local storytellers.
There are some great choices as you make plans for the busy weekends of events at the state parks. No matter which one you choose, you're sure to satisfy your traveling spirit.
For information on these and other events at an Oklahoma State Park visit TravelOK.com.
Keli Clark is marketing coordinator for Oklahoma State Parks.