Quality Inn & Suites
3031 Military Blvd
Muskogee, OK 74402
Phone: (918) 687-9000
Fax: (918) 683-0212
Established as a park in 1909, and spread across 132 lush acres, the Honor Heights Park is a recreational haven for the people of Muskogee as it contains within it parks, museums, an amphitheater, gift shops and gardens. Picnickers can avail of the designated play areas for kids, gazebos, rest rooms, fishing ponds, volleyball & tennis courts and barbecue grills. Several nature trails attract the city's bird lovers who flock here to espy some exotic birds. This park comes alive during the annual Azalea Festival that sees the townsfolk and tourists out in full force.
A variety of plants from Oklahoma, as well as plants from around the world, surround this magnificent and historic home that is filled with furniture, books, and memorabilia, many of which pre-date the Civil War.
Spread over 30,000 sq. ft, the Castle Of Muskogee is like a kingdom in itself, and it assures every visitor an unforgettable time with its performers dressed in period costumes. With a fairy castle type ambiance, one feels transported back in time thanks to the wonderful decor. The venue can be rented for luncheons, kid's parties and private events, while festivals and national holidays witness a slew of community events being hosted here against its quaint backdrop.
Muskogee's heritage dates back centuries to the heyday of the native people who inhabited the forests and streams of the region. When the Europeans arrived to capitalize on the fur trade, the city of Muskogee was born. Visitors now flock here for the unique adventure & sports options, vivid natural landscapes and mostly the ancient Indian culture which still permeates through despite modernization. This city grabbed national headlines in 2008 when the townsfolk overwhelmingly voted for the dashing 19 year old John Tyler Hammons as their mayor.
Reminiscent of an English garden, this park is one of the most popular attractions in Muskogee with features including a pond, fountain, swimming pool, hiking trails, and a waterfall.
One of the most unique attractions in Muskogee, this actual World War II submarine sank three enemy submarines and eleven other enemy vessels during battle and is now available for tours. Inside you'll see a variety of items including the torpedo room and crew cabins.
Several original 19th century structures, as well as a reconstructed 1824 log fort and outbuildings are located at this historic site that depicts the role of Fort Gibson in the development of the Indian Territory frontier and nation.