We’ve got some great ideas to keep the entire family entertained over spring break.
Despite some of the cold stuff coming down out of the sky lately, it is March and that means spring is indeed on its way—and thus that also means it’s time to get outside and enjoy some nature.
Whether you’re into swimming, nature, gardening, cycling, kayaking, fishing, hosting a party or reunion, senior programs, youth programs, adult recreational sports and more, OKC Parks & Rec truly has you covered.
Oklahoma City’s not the only one who loves the beautiful Myriad Botanical Gardens--the Minneapolis Star Tribune included it among its top 10 public parks
As much of Oklahoma City prepared for a winter storm Thursday, landscape crews were planting about more 50 trees in the 70-acre Scissortail Park near the downtown business district.
OKC is full of amazing stops to celebrate the region’s military history.
The property was historically a farm owned by Dean A. McGee, the late geologist, civic leader and philanthropist. The area, west of Portland Avenue along Bluff Creek between NW 150th and NW 164th streets, is named for a beautiful, solitary oak tree.
The Myriad Gardens have been awarded a grant to construct a new area called The Secret Garden.