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Chickasha Chamber of Commerce
Chickasha is located 30 minutes southwest of Oklahoma City on the H.E. Bailey Turnpike. Between 1867 and 1884, over four million head of cattle made their way along the Chisholm Trail. The natural springs in Shannon Springs Park were a water source along the trail for millions of cattle and the thousands of trail hands who drove them. The natural springs still flow today at Shannon Springs Park. Plan now to join us for the Festival of Light, which began as a flicker. A dream. Now the Festival of Light has exploded to become a nationally recognized symbol of community spirit. It burns brightly as it draws together nearly a thousand local volunteers and more than 300,000 visitors from across the United States each December.
Edmond Convention & Visitors Bureau
Located in the heart of Oklahoma, just north of Oklahoma City, Edmond is considered by many to be the "Crown Jewel" of Oklahoma. Edmond offers outstanding hotels, nostalgic shopping areas, and conveniently located attractions for your enjoyment. A stay in Edmond places you just minutes from The National Cowboy Hall of Fame, Remington Park, Omniplex, historic Guthrie, and the Lazy E Arena. Known worldwide for its outstanding golf courses, Edmond is host to some of the most exciting PGA and celebrity events of our time. Year round music, art, theatre, water and sporting events make for spectacular family vacationing and first class conventions.
El Reno Convention & Visitors Bureau
El Reno is located at the intersection of two historic
highways, nostalgic Route 66 and the Chisholm Trail (Highway 81),
in the heart of the Canadian River Valley. El Reno is rich in historic
structures. In the city limits there are currently 11 properties and
2 areas listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In addition,
our inventory of historic homes is incredible. We invite you to tour
El Reno, which could easily be called a festival town. It comes alive
with music, parades and great food on every holiday and many dates
in between. There's an event for everyone from festivals celebrating
ethnic diversity and heritage to a tribute to the aromatic burgers
that have been cooked daily in El Reno since the early 1900's.
Guthrie is located 30 minutes and 100 years north of Oklahoma City on I-35. Historic Guthrie, Oklahoma's Territorial and First State Capital, struggled politically to retain the title after statehood. Three years later, under the cover of night, the state seal was moved to Oklahoma City, and with it the designation as state capital. Guthrie is referred to as "the Williamsburg of the West," and the U.S. Department of the Interior recently named Guthrie a National Landmark Community. Also known as the Bed and Breakfast Capital of Oklahoma, Guthrie should be at the top of your travel list.
Midwest City Convention & Visitors Bureau
Welcome to a city on the go, a city with a new outlook. If you are planning your first trip to Midwest City, get ready to sit back and enjoy the warm, friendly atmosphere of a city that welcomes the world to its doorstep. If you have been here before, you know the enjoyment that awaits as you experience so much to do and see in a city that is so close to the metropolitan area. Residents and visitors enjoy beautiful parks and nature trails, as well as recreational facilities ranging from golf and tennis to swimming and racquetball. Throughout the year, Midwest City is host to many unique special events including Star Spangled Salute, Global Oklahoma - A Festival of Cultures and Holiday Lights Spectacular. In addition to these are various Craft Shows, and much more.
Norman Convention & Visitors Bureau
A city rich with history, activity and culture, Oklahoma's third largest city is home to performing arts, unique museums and galleries, year-round festivals and events and nationally recognized sports teams. Bring your whole team to experience world-class attractions lodging and restaurants, all in the unique environment of a university community. You can journey through 300 million years of history at the Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History. Or feel the tradition of "Sooner Magic" with a tour of the historic University of Oklahoma campus. One of the leading public universities, OU is located on a beautiful campus featuring inspiring architecture, innovative sculptures and serene parks with flowers galore! We invite you to start a new tradition: visit Norman...where traditions come alive.
Shawnee Convention & Visitors Bureau
Shawnee, growing steadily since the "boom days," has made the transition from an agricultural community to one with a diversified economy. Citizens of Shawnee feel our colorful history is only the beginning of a bright and progressive future for our community. Today, Shawnee still embraces the Native American culture, offering a casual and sophisticated blend of experiences ranging from our Indian Pow Wows and art to live theatre productions. Be a cowboy, ride a horse, hike on unexplored trails and explore the West again. See matchless treasures and works of art in the famous Mabee-Gerrer Museum of Art, the envy of many larger cities throughout the Southwest. Festivals, live concerts, lake sports, theatre and the arts, a tradition of the American West...Shawnee is this, and so much more.
Stillwater Convention & Visitors Bureau
Located less than an hour’s drive from Oklahoma's two largest cities, Stillwater offers the best of both worlds. It is a city of sophisticated charm, quality education, contemporary nightlife or quiet country living. With a population of 40,000 friendly people, Stillwater is the home of great lodging, numerous unique shopping experiences, museums, attractions and an abundance of great restaurants. These aspects, combined with Stillwater’s safe environment, make it a great place to visit, live, work and play.
Wewoka Chamber of Commerce
Wewoka, which means "Barking Waters," was named by the Seminoles after a small falls to the north of the town-site. The town was founded in 1866 and is the capital of the Seminole Nation as well as the County Seat of Seminole County. During the 1920’s Wewoka became known nationwide to people shipping via the railroad. Wewoka had one of the largest switching stations and delayed freight was stamped with the message "Caught in the Wewoka Switch," thus the phrase became synonymous with being late, delayed, or missing. A community rich in history, diverse in population, unlimited in educational and recreational opportunities, and easily accessible to other places of interest in the state.
Yukon Chamber of Commerce
Located just 6 miles west of Oklahoma City on I-40. Or you can take a short drive along Historic Route 66 to Yukon. Visit the hometown of country music super star Garth Brooks and movie star Dale Robertson. In Yukon, our festivals are famous and our holidays are historic!
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