Myriad Botanical Gardens

These beautiful gardens can be found downtown, at Reno and Robinson. The Crystal Bridge Tropical Conservatory hosts plants from all around the world, as well as zebra long-winged butterflies and free-roaming lizards. The Adventure Trail walks its’ patrons under a 35-foot waterfall, and up a vine covered mountain. The splendor of all the outdoor gardens is free.


The local bar and restaurant hot spot downtown. The Minor League BallPark is in the heart of this thriving district. Resent upgrades include a movie theater and one huge Bass Pro Shop. There is a canal and short boat ride. During Christmas time the sled down a huge man made snow shoot on inter tubes. A convention center and large arena are within walking distance.

Oklahoma City Skate Park

Admission to the skatepark is free. Hours are from dawn to 11 p.m., year-round. The park is a skate- or ride-at-your-own-risk, non-supervised facility designed for skateboards (34 inches maximum length), in-line skating (four wheels maximum per skate) and BMX freestyle biking only.
Matt Hoffman’s Crazy Freakin’ Bikers Series was hosted at the skatepark from May 13-15, 2005! 500 of the world’s best BMX bikers competed during the three-day, televised competition. The event was free to spectators and one heck of a good time. Keep your eyes peeled for follow-up, annual competitions.

Oklahoma City Zoo

Find the Fun at the Oklahoma City Zoo and Botanical Garden. More to See From A to Z! The Zoo features a diverse and fascinating animal and plant collection. The Zoo is a fully accredited member of the American Zoo and Aquarium Association (AZA) and the American Association of Museums (AAM) as both a living museum and a botanical garden.
In May 2004, the Oklahoma City Zoo was named the third best family-friendly zoo in the nation by Child magazine!