You’ll discover pools with deep ends that beg for a cannonball and underwater somersaults; splash pads for sunning your shoulders and modeling your new flip-flops; and swimming holes and lagoons perfect for a game of mermaids with the kids, while wet sand massages the bottoms of your feet.
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Posted June 19th, 2013 in Attractions, Free Stuff to Do, Kids and Families, Sports, Travel — 3 Comments
Posted June 8th, 2012 in Culture, Sports — No Comments
The crowd of spectators lining the edges of the course are packed just as tightly as the racers—shoulder to shoulder, wheel to wheel—as they lean into the 90-degree corners of the streets of the Blue Dome District. A kid on a joyride in a stolen sports car wouldn’t take a corner that fast. It’s chaos,…read the rest »
Posted June 8th, 2012 in Attractions, Culture, Festivals, Free Stuff to Do, Kids and Families, Sports — 2 Comments
Saint Francis Tulsa Tough brings some of the top cyclists in the world to some of Tulsa’s most beautiful and historic neighborhoods each year, an event that’s become a signature Tulsa weekend that packs world-class bicycle races, rides, and a festival into a mere three days.
Posted April 30th, 2012 in Attractions, Culture, Date Night, Festivals, Free Stuff to Do, How-to-Do-Tulsa Classics, Kids and Families, Sports — 1 Comment
Last week I did a segment on Great Day Green Country about the best things to do during the spring here in Tulsa.
Posted April 18th, 2012 in Culture, Sports, Tulsa Blogs — 3 Comments
Today’s guest post comes from Kate Huggins, Tulsa newswoman, blogger, Twitter phenom, and a woman with a brand-new set of skills. I told my grandmother I was going to take a stripper workout class the other day. Her response? “What? You need a new party trick?”
Posted January 13th, 2012 in Attractions, Free Stuff to Do, Kids and Families, Sports — No Comments
The Keystone Ancient Forest is only open to the public a handful of days each year. When the gates are open, it offers both young and old the chance to enjoy the outdoors as well as imagine the Oklahoma of 500 years ago.