Welcome to the 'gee!

Muskogee has always been a crossroads of cultures thanks to the three rivers that converge here. What began as a trading post became a destination for Native Americans who survived the Trail of Tears. Then on Christmas Day in 1871, a General Grant steam locomotive puffed its way across the Arkansas River and Muskogee exploded.

Today, this center of trade is still full of the character(s) that make Muskogee an intriguing city to visit. After all, where else will you find both a castle and a submarine in the same place?

Come see for yourself!

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Hidden Gems & Local Favs

Muskogee is full of hidden gems. Here are a few of the experiences you won’t want to miss.   1. Relish a Muskogee original Chet’s Hot Dog, a one-of-a-kind taste delight that has been a favorite Muskogee hangout for more than 50 years. 2. Snap a shot of Ol’ Glory still waving down at the [...]

Where To Stay

Known for its places to stay in Muskogee OK & genuine hospitality and we guarantee you’ll find the perfect place to stay that will fit any budget.  From hip hotels to historic bed & breakfasts to manicured campgrounds, you can find it all here. Muskogee has more than 1000 rooms to make even conventioneers feel [...]

Planning An Event?

Are you planning an event in Muskogee? The Greater Muskogee Area Chamber of Commerce and Tourism can help! The Muskogee Chamber of Commerce and Tourism sets aside funds in their fiscal budget to assist with development and promotion of local events and projects that demonstrate an economic impact through overnight hotel stays, sales tax generation, [...]

What To Do

It’s not what to do, its when to do it. Muskogee is full of things to do, from the sunny landscape of Honor Heights Park to the cool darkness of the Roxy Theater. Native American art from the likes of Willard Stone and Jerome Tiger, cardboard regattas and mud volleyball tourneys. Whether you prefer exploring [...]

Real. Okie.

Real Okie Muskogee is a burly, bootstrapping town that believes living free is worth fighting for. A crossroads of everything, Muskogee brought together cowboys and Indians, outlaws and lawmen, slaves and freedmen, oil tycoons and roughnecks, even hippies and manly men. A capital of Okie Nation, Muskogee is a place where it’s hip to be real, [...]

Where To Eat

There are plenty of places to eat in Muskogee OK. Whether you’re looking for a succulent steak, piping hot pizza, or the deep aroma of fresh coffee, Muskogee has lots of excellent dining options to suit your taste.  Be sure to check out Muskogee’s signature restaurants, where you’ll find the best Muskogee has to offer.