Sleep Inn & Suites
414 Heather Road
Guthrie, OK 73044-0908
Phone: (405) 260-1400
Fax: (405) 260-0703
This building is the site of the Oklahoma Territory's first drug store and features numerous turn-of-the-century items including a 1923 soda fountain and 1890 pharmaceutical memorabilia.
Oklahoma has a long tradition of producing great athletes and cheering winning teams. Those men and women who represented Oklahoma on a state, national, or international stage are immortalized in this interactive museum. The most popular exhibits feature professional football and baseball stars, as well as successful state college programs and distinctively Southwestern sports like rodeo. Others are dedicated to Olympians. Even the Harlem Globe Trotters have a tie to Oklahoma. Be sure to visit the gift shop for a souvenir of your trip.
One of the world's largest Masonic buildings, this Greco-Roman style center has many features including handcrafted European fixtures, a gothic style library, an Egyptian Room auditorium designed after the Court of the Dead, and the Pompeiian Room which is modeled after rooms unearthed at the ancient buried city of Pompeii.
Originally built in 1972, this busy library carries approximately 122,000 fiction and nonfiction items such as hardback and paperback books, newspapers, magazines, audio and video cassettes, and CDs. A large children's section is also part of the library and many special services are available.
This family amusement park offers an array of activities including a nine hole, par three golf course, batting cages, an arcade, and go-carts.
At this western-themed amusement park, there are rides and attractions galore for the whole family. From thrill-rides to water slides, shows, games and concerts, this park does not leave any fun stone unturned. Let the wee ones play in Paul Bunyan's Tiny Timber Town, while the adults go wild on one of the four roller coasters or take the whole family down 'Renegade Rapids' in unison. Check website to find out who is playing in its outdoor concert series which features legendary artists every summer and for other seasonal events.
Martin Park provides a little natural respite for Oklahoma City's denizens with its nearly three miles of foot trails amongst thick foliage and plenty of local fauna. Visitors can reserve nature guides who describe the region's natural history or they can come alone to enjoy the tranquility. Either option notwithstanding, the park has informational stands along the way that tell you about native plants and animals. A couple of other relaxing activities include feeding turtles in the freshwater pond or taking a moment to bird watch. Highlights for the kids include 'Prairie Dog-Town' and the 'Squirrel Observatory', both are informative and fun. Whether you are alone or with the family, an afternoon strolling through the park is a great way to unwind. Admission is free.
Beautifully manicured lawns and eye catching beds of flowers are something you will find at the Hambrick Botanical Gardens. This garden is a part of the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum and has three other gardens adjacent to it. This charming little green space is nice and shady with huge trees in it and the streams that flow by give the garden a soothing effect.
This sprawling 2,500 acre reservoir was created in 1947 for the drinking water supply of Oklahoma City. Lake Hefner averages a shallow depth of 29 feet and offers over nine miles of biking and hiking trails. Named after a popular Oklahoma City mayor, Robert Hefner, the lake is a great spot for outdoor enthusiasts.
This beautiful 3,350 acre lake offers swimming, fishing, boating, skiing, and sailing. An 800 acre recreation area surrounds the lake and offers camping, cabins, and picnic areas.