Family Attractions

No matter what your family enjoys, there's a way to make memories in Chickasaw Country. Learn about chocolate and get a sweet treatby taking a trip to the Bedré Chocolate Factory and learning about the process of chocolate making. Not only learn about, but experience Chickasaw culture by visiting some of the many museums dedicated to the history of the region. Or enjoy the magnificent outdoors with a day-trip to some of the area's beautiful lakes and state parks. Check out our selection of kid-friendly attractions for more fun family vacation ideas and start planning your next trip to Chickasaw Country.



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  1. Bedré Fine Chocolate

    Davis, OK

    Chocolate Galore! Bedré Fine Chocolate is conveniently located at the southwest corner of Interstate-35 and State Highway 7 at Exit 55 in Davis, along with the Chickasaw Nation Welcome Center. The new factory in Davis serves to enhance the Bedré...
  2. Chickasaw Cultural Center

    Sulphur, OK

    Come Discover & Explore the Culture of the Chickasaw People! Bringing the vision of the Chickasaw people to life, the Chickasaw Cultural Center is dedicated to sharing and celebrating Chickasaw history and culture through demonstrations and...
  3. ARTesian Gallery & Studios

    Sulphur, OK

    A Celebration of the Fine Arts! Located in the heart of downtown Sulphur, the ARTesian Gallery and Studios is a space for creating, appreciating and sharing fine art. Renovated to complement the grand Artesian Hotel • Casino • Spa, located just...
  4. Chickasaw Bank Museum

    Tishomingo, OK

    Plan a Historical Visit to the Chickasaw Bank Museum! The Chickasaw Bank Museum originally served as the Chickasaw Tribe bank in the early 1900s. Thanks to the Johnston County Historical Society, the old bank has been restored into a museum...
  5. Chickasaw Council House Museum

    Tishomingo, OK

    Explore Chickasaw history and culture at the Council House Museum in Tishomingo! Dating back to the Trail of Tears removal to the Oklahoma settlement and statehood, the Chickasaw Council House Museum showcases why the Chickasaw Nation is known as...
  6. Chickasaw Nation Farmer's Market

    Purcell, OK

    Shop fresh! Shop local! You are welcome to come enjoy the Chickasaw Nation Farmers’ Market. Buyers looking for readily available fresh fruits and vegetables will be guaranteed consistency and quality. The farmers offer a wide array of fresh...
  7. Chickasaw Nation Welcome Center

    Davis, OK

    Explore The Chickasaw Nation Welcome Center! The Chickasaw Nation Welcome Center is located at the southwest corner of Interstate-35 and State Highway 7 at Exit 55 in Davis, and across from the new Bedré Fine Chocolates Factory. 
  8. Chickasaw National Capitol Building

    Tishomingo, OK

    The Chickasaw National Capitol Building in Tishomingo, built in 1898 out of red granite from the Pennington Creek quarry of Governor R.M. Harris, served as the Chickasaw Nation's Capitol until Oklahoma statehood in 1907. The Victorian,...
  9. Chickasaw Retreat & Conference Center

    Sulphur, OK

    Retreat in Luxury at the Chickasaw Retreat and Conference Center in Sulphur. The Chickasaw Nation’s Chickasaw Retreat and Conference Center provides the perfect getaway for groups looking for a secluded, pristine setting to host their next event...
  10. Chickasaw Visitor Center

    Sulphur, OK

    Sharing the Story of the Chickasaw Nation! The Chickasaw Visitor Center is located at the corner of Broadway and S.H. 7 in Sulphur, Oklahoma. Designed to provide information and tell the story of the Chickasaw National Recreation Area, the...
  11. Chickasaw White House

    Milburn, OK

    Explore a Chickasaw historic site! The Chickasaw White House once served as the pre-statehood home of Chickasaw Governor Douglas Hancock Johnston and his family from 1889 to 1971. Johnston was an important political figure during Oklahoma’s...
  12. Lazer Zone Family Fun Center

    Ada, OK

    Looking for fun the whole family can enjoy? Lazer Zone Family Fun Center is the place to visit as it provides families with 60,000 sq feet of exciting fun everyone can enjoy. Equipped with a 24-lane black light bowling alley, two-story lazer tag...
  13. McSwain Theatre

    Ada, OK

    Known as Ada, Oklahoma’s crown jewel of entertainment, McSwain Theatre has been in business for over 90 years, providing music fans and families alike with a wonderful venue to enjoy live entertainment. Restored in 2009, McSwain Theatre offers...
  14. 777 Zip

    Davis, OK

    Turner Falls is adding more outdoor fun! The Soaring Eagle Turner Falls Zipline launch point is a 130 foot tower on the Arbuckle Mountain above Collings Castle, from which you will have a spectacular view of Turner Falls. Reaching speeds of up to...
  15. Chisholm Trail Heritage Center

    Duncan, OK

    Come experience life on the Old Chisholm Trail! Voted Best Museum in Chickasaw Country for 2013, Oklahoma's Outstanding Attraction for 2013 & Oklahoma's Arts & Humanities Nonprofit of the Year for 2013, the Chisholm Trail Heritage Center in...
  16. Greater Southwest Historical Museum

    Ardmore, OK

    Explore Historical Treasures at the Greater Southwest Historical Museum Located inside the old Ardmore National Guard Armory built in 1936 by the WPA, the Greater Southwest Historical Museum tells the captivating history and culture of...
  17. Jean Carr Gallery

    Sulphur, OK

    Come Explore Works By The Artists of the Arbuckles! The Jean Carr Gallery is a local art gallery situated in Sulphur, Oklahoma. The gallery showcases an array of artistic works and exhibits created by various local artists and members of The...
  18. The Indie Cinema

    Tishomingo, OK

    Watch a Movie in the Heart of Tishomingo! Located in the heart of Tishomingo, OK, The Indie Cinema, owned and operated by Jeff and Amy Caskey, reopened completely remodeled in July 2015 and features a new, fully digital projection and sound...
  19. Turner Falls Park

    Davis, OK

    Turner Falls is one of the most amazing places to visit in Oklahoma! Enjoy beautiful views from this local favorite getaway. Snug within the Arbuckle Mountains, Turner Falls Park is the oldest park in Oklahoma and was named after Mazeppa Thomas...
  20. AMTRAK Heartland Flyer

    Purcell, OK

    Take a Trip by Train! Sit back, relax and enjoy the unique scenery unfolding outside the windows of Oklahoma's Heartland Flyer. The AMTRAK Heartland Flyer is a passenger rail service between Oklahoma City and Fort Worth, Texas. The Heartland...
  21. Boggy Depot State Park

    Atoka, OK

    Bask in the beauty of Oklahoma's outdoors at Boggy Depot! A restful place for both recreation and campers, Boggy Depot State Park is open year-round and located in the heart of Atoka, OK. Boggy Depot State Park received its name from Clear Boggy...
  22. Braum's Family Farm

    Tuttle, OK

    Experience the 'Magic' of the Milk at Braum’s Family Farms! The Braum’s Family Farm, located just northwest of Tuttle, is one of the largest dairy operations in the entire world with over 10,000 acres of land. The farm features a state-of-the-art...
  23. Brown's Farm and Garden

    Chickasha, OK

    Explore A Pumpkin Patch Paradise! Located in Chickasha, OK, Brown's Farm and Garden features 42 acres of pumpkins upon pumpkins. From Luminas and Cannonballs to Atlantic Giants, Cinderellas and Magic Wand's, you will find a large variety of...
  24. Buncombe Creek Golf Course

    Kingston, OK

    Swing Away at Buncombe Creek Golf Course! Buncombe Creek Golf Course is located on the scenic rolling hills of Lake Texoma, one mile north of the Willis Bridge in Kingston, OK. Buncombe Creek features a putting area, driving range, regulation...
  25. Catfish Bay Marina

    Kingston, OK

    Experience a Lake Full of Fun at Catfish Bay Marina! Catfish Bay Marina is a full service marina facility located on Lake Texoma in Kingston, OK. Catfish Bay offers a variety of amenities for guests including covered boat slips ranging from 20'...