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.
- On US Hwy 69
- 6476 N. 35th Street
Porter, OK 74454
- (918) 686-9104
- Hwy 10 South
- (918) 487-5196
- 6237 E 100th St N, Wagoner, ok
- (918) 683-0878
- 6388 Hwy. 69
- (918) 681-4457
- 1215 S. Scott Street
Fort Gibson, OK 74434
- (918) 478-3300
Looking for a unique tour that will leave your group wanting more? Muskogee is the place with many attractions and festivals that are perfect for a group getaway. Here are a few highlights:
Annual Azalea Festival
Enjoy Muskogee’s gorgeous colorful Azaleas as we celebrate the Azalea Festival in April. Every year, Muskogee’s Azalea Festival attracts over 300,000 visitors to Honor Heights Park, the 122-acre park features spectacular color throughout 40 acres of beautifully manicured gardens, highlighting over 30,000 azaleas as they flourish in 625 varieties. Roses, tulips, other flowers and gorgeous landscaping compliment the azaleas – an unforgettable impression to last a lifetime.
USS Batfish Submarine
Let us arrange a unique picnic at the USS Batfish and War Memorial Park for your group. Guests can tour a real submarine and hear stories from the heroes that served on the now dry-docked military vessel that sank three enemy submarines!
Oklahoma Renaissance Festival
Every weekend in May, Muskogee steps back in time to days of Old King Henry VIII with jousters, jugglers, minstrels, knights, and musicians as we celebrate this royal era at the Castle of Muskogee.
Muskogee Rhythm’s Guitars
Thirty beautifully hand-painted eight-foot guitars are scattered around town like jewels. Can you find them all? Hint: maps are available.
Okie from Muskogee Photo Opportunity
“We still wave Ol’ Glory down at the court house”, a great place to take your group photo. Then head to the Muskogee Civic Center and see where the song was first recorded, you can even stand on the stage and see Muskogee from Merle Haggard’s point of view.
American Indian Museums
The Muskogee area is rich in Native American history and culture. We celebrate this through the art and crafts at the Ataloa Lodge Museum at Bacone College and the Five Civilized Tribes Museum, where the Trail of Tears trek is remembered.
Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony Concert & Museum
Every fall the museum inducts some of Oklahoma’s most famous musicians that have been inside the spiral of American Music history.
Garden of Lights
Beginning Thanksgiving night, you can drive through a winter celebration at the Garden of Lights in Honor Heights Park to see millions of twinkling lights strung carefully to enhance the natural beauty of the park. Then drive through the Christmas Kingdom, one of the world’s largest holiday inflatable displays.