Quality Inn & Suites
3031 Military Blvd
Muskogee, OK 74402
Phone: (918) 687-9000
Fax: (918) 683-0212
3031 Military Blvd, Muskogee, OK, US, 74402
- Phone: (918) 687-9000
- Fax: (918) 683-0212
Gene's offers certified scuba diving courses. All equipment is furnished. This aqua shop has conveniently been in same location for 30 years and offers over 42 years of experience.
Numerous tribes of Native Americans call Oklahoma their home, and one of the most prominent of these is the Cherokee. Located just south of Tahlequah, a short drive from the Tulsa metro, this living history exhibit is housed at the Cherokee Heritage Center. Time has stood still since the 1500s; the way of life depicted here is the simple one of the Cherokee people before conquering explorers found their homeland. A trip to the village is a wonderful learning experience for both young and old alike. Guided tours are available.
Enjoy float trips ranging from two hours to two days on the Illinois river with this company. They also offer one and two man kayaks, 17 foot aluminum canoes, rafts, and two camping areas.
Beautiful 18 hole, par 72 golf course that features 7,237 yards of challenging golf, Bermuda grass fairways, 94 bunkers surrounding the fairways and greens, and 12 lakes and ponds throughout the course.
Set on about 5 square miles (12.95 square kilometers) in the heart of South Tulsa, LaFortune Park is a favorite outdoor spot for many Tulsans. Besides wooded picnic and playground areas, the park contains a golf course, baseball diamonds and batting cages, a community center, a public swimming pool, a walking trail and a par course. Certain picnic areas are available to reserve for parties. Come and get a workout, or just relax and enjoy the scenery. There is something recreational here for just about everyone. The main entrance is on South Yale Avenue between East 61st Street and East 51st Street.
Family bowling center that offers a variety of bowling packages and specials, as well as video games, pool tables, snack bar, and a full service pro shop.
Located at 21st and Yale in midtown, this large water park features the largest wave pool in Oklahoma, as well as five water slides, a water roller coaster, a kiddie pool for the little ones, and more. Open seasonally, this place provides the perfect escape from Tulsa's hot summer days. Admission is good for all day, so bring the kids and don't forget the sunscreen!
There is always something going on at this huge complex, located between Harvard and Yale along 21st Street in midtown. Among the attractions and facilities you'll find here are the massive Expo Center (used for big shows and exhibits), the historic Pavilion, Fair Meadows horse racing track, Big Splash Waterpark, Bell's Amusement Park, and Drillers Stadium (home of the Tulsa Drillers baseball team). Expo Square also doubles as the Tulsa County Fairgrounds, and is home to the Tulsa State Fair held each fall.
With a seating capacity around 10,000, Driller's is Tulsa's major baseball stadium. Located on the Yale Avenue, the stadium is home to the Tulsa Drillers and thus the name. Formerly known as Tulsa County Stadium, the stadium also doubles up as a multi purpose venue.
If quixotic, temerarious, risky, swashbuckling and venturesome describes you, then Tulsa Raceway Park is the place to be. Hard core car racing and adventure is the park's privilege, where sports car lovers can find the latest hot wheels in action. The park has a seating capacity of 10,000 and you can enjoy a race with like minded car racing lovers. Additional features of the park are a 3 story tower, six suites and a media room which can be hired for special occasions. What are you waiting for? Head here for an adrenaline rush!
Located on historic Route 66 in nearby Claremore, this museum houses the largest single collection of guns in the world. Over 20,000 historic firearms as well as swords, knives, and Civil War artifacts are on display. Not limited to war and weaponry, this place also exhibits priceless music boxes, instruments, Indian artifacts, and a massive stein collection, among other relics. All this is contained in a 40,000-square-foot facility. Adults and children alike will find this display very educational, and well worth the short drive from Tulsa.
Located in Henryetta, a short distance south of Tulsa and Okmulgee, this museum houses artifacts and exhibits that detail the local history of the town and its surrounding area. Carrying a variety of interesting displays, this place will be of particular interest to students of local history and those just wanting to learn more about the area. Admission is free, but donations are accepted when offered. This is close to an hour away from Tulsa, so plan to come early enough to enjoy it, and bring a picnic lunch.