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. 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...
  2. Cedar Ridge Hideaway

    Tishomingo, OK

    Roll on up! All visitors are welcome at Cedar Ridge Hideaway. Located in Tishomingo, OK, Cedar Ridge is the place to stay for RV Hookups, cabins, tent areas, hunting, fishing and an area for a night around a campfire. Peace and silence come over...
  3. Charles B. Goddard Center

    Ardmore, OK

    Explore a world of fascinating art at the Goddard Center! Located in downtown Ardmore, OK, the Charles B. Goddard Center for the visual and performing arts was established in 1970 and provides cultural experiences and art education. 
  4. Chickasaw National Recreation Area

    Sulphur, OK

    Bask in the Beauty of Nature at the Chickasaw National Recreation Area, Travel and Leisure Magazine's choice for the best campsite in Oklahoma! Whether you’re looking for an fun-filled outdoor adventure or a calm and relaxing time on the lake,...
  5. Chokma'si Gallery

    Ada, OK

    Explore a Gallery of Native American Art! Chokma'si Gallery is located in downtown Ada and is a Chickasaw Nation-owned facility housing an art gallery with authentic works of art handcrafted by renowned Chickasaw artists. The gallery also...
  6. Cottonwood Creek Golf Club

    Chickasha, OK

    Tee off at Cottonwood! Cottonwood Creek Golf Club is a 9-hole golf course located in Chickasha, Oklahoma. The course features a driving range, putting green, pro-shop, and 3,171 yards of green from the longest tees for a par of 35. The course...
  7. Cross Bar Ranch

    Davis, OK

    Get Ready For The Ride Of Your Life! Located on the outskirts of Davis, OK, Cross Bar Ranch features 6,500 acres of prime Arbuckle mountain range virtually untouched and abundant with wildlife. The ranch offers the largest area in Oklahoma...
  8. Donald W. Reynolds Recreation Center & Waterpark

    Pauls Valley, OK

    Enjoy Fun in the Sun & Indoors in Pauls Valley! The Donald W. Reynolds Recreation Center & Waterpark is a 36,540 square foot state-of-the-art facility of action, information, recreation, fitness and learning. The center has a wide range of...
  9. Duncan Bounce Co

    Duncan, OK

    Duncan's one and only indoor inflatable playground and party center. Let your kids kick off their shoes and jump around in the many bounce houses at Duncan Bounce Co. in Duncan, Oklahoma. But wait, there is more than just bounce houses. They also...
  10. Exhibit C

    Oklahoma City, OK

    Explore a diversity of arts and culture at Exhibit C, Bricktown’s newest art gallery and retail space. See the work of Native American artists and Chickasaw cultural educational items, all in the heart of Oklahoma City.  
  11. FOREMAN PRAIRIE HOUSE FOUNDATION

    Duncan, OK

    Built by W.T. Foreman, this architecturally and historically significant 1918 brick home offers a look into the early Oklahoma lifestyle. Its grounds, gardens and collections provide tourism, artistic, educational and entertaining programs for...
  12. First State Bank Museum

    Elmore City, OK

    Over 110 Years of Banking History! First State Bank Museum is a historical banking building dating back to the early 1900s. The building is constructed of hand-molded sand blocks from a nearby creek. J.P. Gibson, a local businessman, and local...
  13. Fort Washita Historic Site & Museum

    Durant, OK

    Originally built in 1842 to protect the Chickasaw and Choctaw Tribes from the plains Indians, Fort Washita operated through 1865 and still stands today as a historic site and museum where visitors can learn what life was like before and during...
  14. Gene Autry Museum

    Gene Autry, OK

    Explore an old B-Western gem! Do you ever wish they still made classics like the old B-Westerns movies with their singing cowboys, lovely ladies and striking horses? Although those films are now only a part of history, there's a very special...
  15. George Brown Park & Lindsay Municipal Golf Course

    Lindsay, OK

    Explore the Great Outdoors at the George Brown Park! Nature lovers can bask in the beauty of the great outdoors at the George Brown Park & Lindsay Municipal Golf Course, located on North Highway 76 in Lindsay, Oklahoma. Plan a trip to the park...
  16. Hampton House Museum

    Rush Springs, OK

    Explore the home of one of Rush Springs most notable residents! The Hampton House Museum is one of the most historically treasured attractions in Rush Springs, Oklahoma. The museum was the original home of Dr. P. J. Hampton, one of the first town...
  17. Healdton Oil Museum

    Healdton, OK

    Venture Back in Time at the Healdton Oil Museum! Located in Healdton, OK, the Healdton Oil Museum offers a glimpse into the early days of the oil boom in Carter County. The museum pays tribute to one of the greatest oil booms in Oklahoma, which...
  18. Kiddieland Park

    Duncan, OK

    Kiddieland Park in Duncan, Oklahoma, is a local recreational park offering loads of family fun for pennies on the dollar.  Located in a section of Duncan's Fuqua Park, Kiddieland Park has been in operation for over 50 years and features a...
  19. Lake Murray State Park

    Ardmore, OK

    Load Up For Lots of Fun at Lake Murray State Park! As Oklahoma's oldest and largest state park, Lake Murray appeals to outdoor and water sport enthusiasts. The Lake Murray Lodge includes 52 guest rooms and suites as well as 56 cabins, of which...
  20. Lake Murray State Park Golf Course

    Ardmore, OK

    This 18-hole, par 72 golf course is located in Lake Murray State Park where lodging and cabins are available nearby. With oak trees lining the fairways, minimal water hazards and a breathtaking natural waterfall, it's challenging for all ages and...
  21. Lake Murray Water Sports and Mini Golf

    Ardmore, OK

    Make the most of your next vacation or afternoon getaway by enjoying Lake Murray from the water. Whether you'd like to drive a boat or relax while they do the driving, you can find what you are looking for amongst the wide range of rental boats...
  22. Lake Texoma State Park

    Kingston, OK

    Stay & Play at the Second Largest Lake in Oklahoma! Located in Kingston, OK, Lake Texoma State Park offers many things to do including water activities, camping, picnic areas, hiking and wildlife viewing. With 93,000 surface acres of water,...
  23. Lake of The Arbuckles

    Sulphur, OK

    Enjoy Fun on the Water at Lake of The Arbuckles! Located 6 miles southwest of Sulphur, Lake of The Arbuckles consists of 36 miles of shoreline and 2,300 acres of open water. It was built by the Bureau of Reclamation in 1966 and forms the...
  24. Legends Pub House & Venue

    Chickasha, OK

    Who doesn't love a great concert? Legends Pub House & Venue is the perfect spot in Chickasha to check out your favorite local band and enjoy delicious food. They are the purveyors of incredible food, craft beers, killer cocktails and live music!...
  25. Love County Military Museum

    Marietta, OK

    Honor Our Fallen Troops At The Love County Military Museum! The Love County Military Museum, located in Marietta, OK, is dedicated to honoring the military men and women from Love County who lost their lives fighting for our country. The museum...