Make a splash at Ardmore Community Water Park in Oklahoma. This summer water park features spiral slides, a rain shower section, water basketball and more.
Splash into the cool Fairview Aquatic Center via the two diving boards or two winding slides. Bring the kids to this Oklahoma public pool for a full dose of summer fun.
Family fun should include a healthy dose of blaster boats at Andy Alligator's Fun Park in Norman, Oklahoma.
Take a tour of the Blue Bell Creamery in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma and get some delicious ice cream.
Stock up on fresh produce at Buffalo Creek Berry Farm in Mustang, Oklahoma. You can pick your own strawberries, blackberries and black raspberries and take home a bundle of tomatoes, squash, garlic and more.
Plan your Oklahoma summer vacation now with a little help from TravelOK's list of things to do during the year's most fun season.
Put this interactive map of Oklahoma's major lakes to good use as you plan your next relaxing weekend on the water.
Plan a float trip on the Illinois River in Tahlequah, Oklahoma via canoe, kayak or inflatable raft. Then, wind down at one of the nearby resorts' campgrounds, golf courses, cabins and volleyball courts.
Get an adrenaline rush in the Sooner State. Check out this list of dozens of extreme adventure ideas for adrenaline junkies to try in Oklahoma.
There is plenty to do across Oklahoma that is affordable, fun and celebrates the summertime.
The hiking trails at Roman Nose State Park in Watonga, Oklahoma lead to beautiful and unexpected features. It's the perfect summertime activity for the whole family.
Sail Lake Hefner offers scenic tours of the beautiful body of water in the center of Oklahoma City. Up to six guests can ride on the 26-foot Dream Chaser.
The Bricktown Canal is a wonderful summer destination and runs through one of the city's most popular entertainment districts. Take a ride with Water Taxi of Oklahoma and enjoy seeing the sites from a unique perspective.
Broken Bow Lake Duck Tours offers the chance to experience southeastern Oklahoma in a vehicle that can travel on both land and in water.
Amazing fireworks shows, family friendly activities, great summer snacks and live music - the best Independence Day festivals across Oklahoma have got it all.
Trade in the traditional pools and water parks for a unique summer experience at one of Oklahoma's natural swimming holes.
At the River Country Family Water Park in Muskogee, Oklahoma, there's endless ways to have fun in the sun. With giant slides, a lazy river, zero entry pools and much more, kids and adults alike will be splashing for hours.
Summer is the perfect time for teepee camping, hiking and aquatic fun at Roman Nose State Park in western Oklahoma.
Lake Altus-Lugert in southwestern Oklahoma is part of Quartz Mountain Nature Park. This beautiful area is great for boating, hiking and camping.
The Chickasaw National Recreation Area in Sulphur, Oklahoma has been a popular summer swimming hole for generations. Fed by a natural spring, the water is cold and refreshing.
Oklahoma City's amusement park Frontier City is open every day all summer. It has high flying roller coasters, unique thrill rides, family friendly water rides and so much more.
Oklahoma has a wide variety of world class festivals that happen each summer. From the unique noodlin' festival to music festivals that have been happening for nearly 30 years, there is something for everyone.
Rent a kayak or canoe from Yippie Kayo Kayaks & Canoes and hit the Mountain Fork River in southeastern Oklahoma. It's the perfect summer adventure.
The Oklahoma State Fair in Oklahoma City is always the perfect end to summer.