Honor Heights Park is a stunning 132-acre oasis atop a hill overlooking Muskogee, and home to the well-known Azalea Festival each spring. The park comes alive as over 625 varieties of azaleas burst forth with a stunning spectrum of color in one of the most beautiful displays of flowering tress and shrubs in the world. Over 500,000 people come to Honor Heights Park each year to enjoy the over 30,000 blooming azaleas, as well as dogwoods, redbuds and other blooming plants. Held during the month of April, the festival also includes entertainment, arts and crafts, food, carriage rides and more. Click here to watch a video about Muskogee’s azaleas.