Welcome to Green Country, featuring grassy prairies, rolling hills, and flowing rivers and lakes perfect for fishing. From Afton to Wagoner, come visit northeast Oklahoma for its rich culture and beautiful landscapes. Explore Tulsa’s metro area or hit the water for some summertime fun. Hop in the car for a road trip down Route 66 for a bold adventure in the Midwest and stop in at the Vintage Iron Motorcycle Museum in Miami. Take a picture of the Price Tower in Bartlesville, the only completed skyscraper designed by famous architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Go where the red fern grows and visit the 77-foot waterfall, or hike and bike the trails at Natural Falls State Park in West Siloam Springs. Check out important Cherokee historical records, photographs, and documents at The Cherokee Heritage Center in Park Hill, or visit their library and gift shop for an Oklahoma souvenir.
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Memorial Day travelers, see if you can catch the Will Rogers Stampede PRCA Rodeo at the Will Rogers Stampede Arena near Claremore Lake. In April, head to the Green Country Classic Ranch Rodeo for a two-day rodeo extravaganza held each spring in Claremore to help celebrate the history of Oklahoma's cattle raising economy. Bring the family for a jam-packed weekend of fast rodeo action at the annual Green Country Rodeo in Bartlesville.
Whether you’re looking to play sports or watch some jam-packed Green Country action, have a blast in cheering on the winning team. Sports fans can be sure to catch the University of Tulsa’s Golden Hurricane’s play their home football games at H.A. Chapman Stadium or Northeastern State University’s Riverhawks score a touchdown. The Tulsa Drillers baseball team brings the crowds at ONEOK Field, and indoor action can also be found at BOK Center for WNBA’s Tulsa Shock and the Tulsa Oilers hockey team.
T-Town is hopping in the summer time with Juneteenth Blues & Jazz Festival, Oklahoma Chautauqua in June, the Will Rogers Stampede PRCA Rodeo, and Wunderfest – all featuring food, music, and fun. Fall brings the iconic Tulsa State Fair, plus other celebrations like Rock n' Rib Festival and Hound Dog Blues Festival. And don’t miss holiday parties like Tulsa Oktoberfest, Castle Christmas, and Festival of Lights for a festive holiday season.
There’s no better pastime in Green Country than hitting the green fairways. When visiting, experience the pride of Tulsa when you play 18 holes at LaFortune Golf Course. Page Belcher is a 36-hole facility in Tulsa featuring a driving range, putting green and a golf school. The Golf Club of Oklahoma in Broken Arrow features a par-72, 6,840-yard championship course in an upscale one-of-a-kind setting.
Green Country’s rich soil is home to many local wineries and vineyards that stomp to perfection. Stroll through the vineyards and sip some tasty varietals at Whispering Vines Vineyard in Tulsa. Blue Coyote Winery in Adair is family-owned and managed, featuring a charming wooden winery with stone fireplace. Sample some reds and whites at Gander Way Vineyards & Winery in Sand Springs, or at Pecan Creek in Muskogee for a relaxing day in OK.