It’s not what to do, it’s when to do it and how will you choose what to do. Muskogee is full of things to do, from the sunny landscape of Honor Heights Park to the cool darkness of the historic Roxy Theater. Native American art from the likes of Willard Stone and Jerome Tiger, cardboard regattas, Azalea festival events, a Renaissance Festival, bull riding championships, G-Fest – our three day music festival, mud volleyball tournaments, the Katy Shopping district on south Main St., and much, much more. Whether you prefer exploring the great outdoors at one of the nearby lakes or rivers, or a stroll through one of our museums or stores, Muskogee has something for everyone. After all, where else can you find a real WWII submarine and a Medieval castle in the same town?
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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…. Read Full Article »
The stunning Honor Heights Park is just one of many beautiful parks here in Muskogee. Home to the famous Azalea Festival in the spring and the Garden of Lights during the holidays, Honor Heights Park is a unique destination. Another one is the Farmer’s Market, a trove for local produce and unique finds. And with… Read Full Article »
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… Read Full Article »
Grab your motorcycle, put your knees in the breeze and enjoy the beautiful scenery of eastern Oklahoma. Ride the hills, switchbacks, tight curves and straights of our asphalt roller coasters. Northeast Oklahoma is at the foothills of the Ozark Mountains, cut deep by the Illinois River. Ride the back roads and hidden hollows of this… Read Full Article »
As the famous Merle Haggard song proclaims, we’re proud to be “Okies from Muskogee.” Our history stretches back thousands of years to the native peoples who built their villages and burial mounds along the three rivers, the Arkansas, the Grand and Verdigris. Later, European and American explorers and fur traders built some of the west’s… Read Full Article »
Muskogee is one of the recreational centers of the Southwest with lakes, woodlands and many natural attractions nearby. The area features 32 parks, 13 tennis courts, 6 swimming facilities, 3 theaters, and an outdoor skate park. Five major lakes – Eufaula, Fort Gibson, Greenleaf, Tenkiller and Webber’s Falls Lake – provide over 140,000 surface acres of water… Read Full Article »
Muskogee enjoys four distinct seasons and all the beauty that comes with them. Muskogee has an average of 222 sunny days per year.The high temperature here in July is typically 94, while the low in January is 27. That’s a lot of pretty days to enjoy. But even on the rainy days, Muskogee is a city full… Read Full Article »
RV Muskogee is home to rivers, lakes and camping sites that are fantastic for the whole family. Whether you are pulling a 5th wheel or driving a mobile home, Muskogee has the perfect spot for you. Tour Bus Looking for a unique tour that will leave your group wanting more? Muskogee is the place… Read Full Article »
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